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MAME Gotta-run-'em-all #108748 02/08/17 04:58 AM
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This is a thread to run as many versions of a game or other piece of software in as many MAME drivers as you can.

I'll start off with the first Bard's Tale...

Apple II 8-bit:


Apple IIgs:


Amstrad CPC cassette:


Amstrad CPC floppy:


Nintendo NES:


IBM PC (CGA):


IBM PC (Tandy 16-color):


Amiga:


ZX Spectrum:


PC-9801 (thanks crazyc!):


I'm currently missing Mac (coming).

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Re: MAME Gotta-run-'em-all [Re: R. Belmont] #108749 02/08/17 05:50 AM
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Awesome!

Q*Bert would be a fun one, here's a pic from the National Videogame Museum (supposedly running it on hardware?): https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Clgi58uUsAAnu3c.jpg

Re: MAME Gotta-run-'em-all [Re: R. Belmont] #108750 02/08/17 11:21 AM
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there's a zx spectrum bard's tale too, not in the softlist, because doing a full speccy softlist is an undertaking for somebody crazier than I, but it exists.

also on the c64 apparently.

Re: MAME Gotta-run-'em-all [Re: R. Belmont] #108752 02/08/17 01:44 PM
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Thanks, Haze! I've added Amiga and ZX Spectrum screens to the initial post.

Stiletto: I think we can reproduce that entire grid from softlists smile I'll give that a shot later.

Re: MAME Gotta-run-'em-all [Re: R. Belmont] #108753 02/08/17 02:39 PM
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Q*Bert:

Atari 2600:


Atari 5200:


Commodore 64:


ColecoVision:


Mattel Electronics Intellivision:


Nintendo NES:


Arcade:


Texas Instruments TI99-4/A:


Commodore VIC-20:

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Re: MAME Gotta-run-'em-all [Re: R. Belmont] #108754 02/08/17 03:41 PM
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The best Q*Bert conversion for the BBC was Bouncer:
mame bbcb -fdc acorn1770 -flop1 bbcb_flop_orig:bouncer
To boot floppy hold SHIFT and press/depress F12 (BREAK)

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BBC Model B, ATPL Sidewise, Acorn Speech, 2xWatford Floppy Drives, AMX Mouse, Viglen case, etc.
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Here's the 9801 Bard's Tale. The boot sector on the floppy seems corrupt somehow so you have to boot dos first then run menu.exe from the disk. Getting beyond this requires a char disk.


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A retrogaming enthusiast "magazine" called "Retrogaming Times" used to do a monthly article called "The Many Faces Of..." which should give you a few targets:
https://www.google.com/search?num=100&am...gamingtimes.com

Re: MAME Gotta-run-'em-all [Re: R. Belmont] #108757 02/08/17 04:09 PM
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Thanks Carl! Just the title screen is fine.

Pernod: I was just trying to reproduce the museum board Stiletto linked, but I'll go back and add more Qberts later. Thanks!

Re: MAME Gotta-run-'em-all [Re: R. Belmont] #108758 02/08/17 07:02 PM
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Here's R-Type.

Arcade


C64


Gameboy


MSX1


PC-8801 (obviously not an official port)


PC Engine


PC Engine CD (now with cutscenes and strange remixed music)


Master System


X68k (somewhat surprisingly not entirely arcade perfect)


CPC464 (lazy Spectrum port)


CPC6128 (impressive homebrew remake)
[img]http://imgur.com/9yWgLg3.png[/img]

Amiga
[img]http://imgur.com/8M7g5GY.png[/img]

Not pictured: the Atari ST version (couldn't find a working disk image),Spectrum and the PSX version (not gonna download a cd image just to take a snapshot from the title screen)

Edit: embedding does not seem to work

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