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Couldn't we just fake it with a simple 'stupid' R/C lowpass emulation in the brightness output? i.e. an accumulator which accumulates at a configurable rate when output is on, then leaks out at another rate when it is off?

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Yes, something simple. Let the outputs from MAME's side be the same as now of course (1 or 0), and let our artwork side handle the decay stuff.

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TC4 rom double checked, 1 error found:
raw file offset $D1F, change $E6 to $F6

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I got Entex Baseball 3 today. It's got a TI 28-pin SDIP labeled

6007
MP1204
MSL^8014

From the wiring, I'm guessing it's a TMS1100.

Entex Baseball (1) should get here in a few days.

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Thanks! I'm not sure how I missed that- I just fired up the comparison program again and it found it, so I must have skipped it for some reason. There are a few partially obscured bits that the program doesn't like, so I skip those, but $D1F is perfectly clear.

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Good news sean, if that's a TMS1100 it would make emulation doable I guess smile
Curious to see if Baseball 1 will use the same chip.

Not really related to this, but could you please confirm what's the CRC32 for your latest Pinball dump for Microvision? I just realized the rom bundled with Paul Robson's emulator doesn't match the one in the MESS software list.
I know you corrected an error you found at a later point, but I'm not sure which one is the correct version anymore.

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The latest pinball.bin I've found is dated 3/17/2014 and has a CRC of 906544EA.

I need to double-check all of those MicroVision dumps just to be safe.

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Then the one in the software list is the old one as I was suspecting, Paul Robson's emulator contains the correct version.
Someone needs to correct this.

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Speaking of that, Sean do you have good quality die pics of your Microvision games(ROM area especially)? And TMS1000 Simon?

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Over the next couple of weeks, as I get time, I'll find the Microvision ROM pics and upload them.

The Simon ROM pic is already out there: www.seanriddle.com\simon_acid_rom1280.jpg



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