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0.37b10 [Mike Coates]


- Fix sound (TMS5110)


- Hardware: Century CVS System. Hardware info from Malcolm and Darren.


- All games: Only the (garbled) DAC sounds play in all games in the cvs.c driver, but the other in-game sounds do not play (the sounds provided by the TMS5110, I reckon). cvsc059yel The tECHIDNA


- 0.94u1: Aaron Giles fixed games using the TMS5110 which refused to start (Bagman, cvs driver etc.).

- 0.89u6: Changed clock speed of the 2x S2650 CPUs to 894886 Hz in all games.

- 0.87u2: Changed visible area to 248x240 in all games.

- 24th January 2004: Aaron Giles fixed the CVS driver and wc90b that were broken because of the memory system changes.

- 21st January 2004: Aaron Giles fixed problems in Sega System 1 and CVS drivers caused by the memory system changes.

- 16th January 2004: Pierpaolo Prazzoli fixed the CVS and zac2650 games that were broken because of the memory system changes.

- 0.61: Changed S2650 CPU1 clock speed to 298295 Hz.

- 0.60: Added prom ($800).

- 28th March 2001: Nicola Salmoria fixed a drawgfx.c bug that caused missing sprites in CVS games.

- 16th November 2000: Mike Coates fixed some bugs in the CVS driver, added Heart Attack to it and fixed the broken Hunchback clones on different hardware.

- 14th November 2000: Mike Coates submitted the Century Video System driver written by him and Malcolm Lear, supporting Hunchback, Hero, Hunchback Olympic, Cosmos, Dark Warrior, Video Eight Ball, Logger, Dazzler, Wall Street, Radar Zone, Gold Bug and Superbike.

- 17th October 2000: Mike Coates added some drawgfx functions to cope with the upcoming CVS drivers.