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Densya De Go (Japan)

0.81u4 [Guru]


- 24th June 2006: Ville Linde - The problem was indeed in the controller emulation. Densya De GO! now works much better.

- 22nd June 2006: Ville Linde - I have made some major improvements to the Taito JC System driver. First I improved and fixed bugs in the M68040 FPU. Then I found the missing vertical blank interrupt, after which things really started to work. After that, I needed to figure out how the 2D graphics works. Turns out the 2D graphics chip is just a basic object processor, not too different from the one in Konami's Firebeat hardware. Landing Gear and Side by Side 2 already run through their attract modes. Densya De GO! also shows some graphics, but hangs pretty soon. Apparently it needs a bit more of the train controller emulated. Update: R. Belmont pointed out that the red and green color components were swapped. I've updated the screenshots with that fixed.

- 0.105u1: Added TMS32051 (50MHz) CPU4, fixed gfx1/2 and user3 rom loading and set palettesize to 65536 colors.

- 0.97u5: Ville Linde added very basic 68040 support to the 68000 core. Replaced 68020 with 68040, added MC68HC11 (4MHz) MCU and changed visible area to 512x384.

- 0.81u4: Added Densya De Go and clone Densya De Go Ex.

- 15th January 2004: Guru - Densya de Go EX (Taito 1997, System JC hardware) arrived from Japan.

Romset: 43840 kb / 28 files / 17.15 zip