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More likely a green overlay (it is using a color overlay on MAME)
https://sunsoft.fandom.com/wiki/G.T._Block_Challenger_(video_game)

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Having researched Sun Electronics/Sunsoft for five years, I am really happy to finally see that G.T. Block Challenger have been dumped. I made that Fandom wiki page. The text is not very correct. I am almost finished with my first magazine about Sunsoft, where I cover their old games. So, I will be really happy to make changes to the text so it no longer says it is lost. And some screenshots will be great too.

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Just a sneak peek of what PR #7695 will allow.. Emulated HP9845 connecting to Hercules-emulated IBM S/370 mainframe!

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(I wrote here the relevant instructions)

Thanks for watching!
--F.Ulivi

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The Regnecentralen RC759 can now boot one of the floppies:

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Keyboard works, and the 82730 was much improved too.

There are random floppy I/O errors though and other disks don't even get that far. I'll probably take a break now, the 186 isn't really my favorite CPU.

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Some stuff you can do with the recently promoted Mac drivers. All of these are fresh installs from floppy images using the new floppy emulation.

Adobe Illlustrator
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Aldus PageMaker
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Microsoft Word 5.1a
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I took a look at a random skeleton driver and fleshed it out:

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It's a "Bingo Pinball". It partially works, but of course it's a bit pointless without ball physics simulation. The service mode is interesting though, it allows you to read and write all locations in memory.

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Neat, Duke! I'd love to see more of these "everything but the physics" wireups for mechanical/pinball games.

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Finally: CD-ROM on the Mac! AJR and Al Claus contributed to getting this far.

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And here's booting off of the System 7.5.3 CD-ROM:

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And of course once you have a CD-ROM drive working on the Mac, it must be time for Myst.

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That's awesome. Why does the CD-ROM list "available space"?

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