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#5956 02/13/05 02:30 PM
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not enough time has passed by a loooooooong way wink


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Aw... See ya in 2010? ;_;

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Does Toki have M1-compatible music? Because it'd be sweet to have that in the next release. smile

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Looks Seibu Sound System-y, so it oughta drop in.

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Attention, another request coming.... wink

I would love to see the 5 pinball machines from Capcom (1995/1996) added to M1, especially Big Bang Bar and Kingpin. Will that be difficult ?

Thanks Arbee !

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Originally Posted By niki
Hey there.

I came here for a request as well, so I thought I might as well use that thread.

First of all, congratulations and many thanks to the creators of M1. It has not cease to be a source of enjoyment eversince I first tried it, and I don't think it will end soon. =)

Now, to the point. I've an avid VGM collector, and could recently listen to some music from Vasara and Vasara 2 on a shooting game compilation album, and loved it. Sadly, I noticed these games aren't supported yet by M1. I have no idea of how much effort it requires, but if it's not too much, I'd love to see them supported in the next release.

*With hope and thanking you guys again* wink


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Aw... See ya in 2010? ;_;


Aaaaand 5 years later and it's actually 2010 aha

any progress on Vasara ? :3

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Vasara's a single-CPU game which is typically problematic for M1. I'm expecting those games to be more of a focus when UF gets the new MAME 0.137-based M1 running.

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ok, that actually made me laugh.


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hi the team,

is it possible to add THUNDER FORCE AC.

cheers!

PS: if they only put a Sound-test in Vasara games the life will be too easy :p.


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THUNDER FORCE AC's a single-CPU game which is typically problematic for M1. I'm expecting those games to be more of a focus when UF gets the new MAME 0.137-based M1 running.

I feel like I'm repeating myself wink

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