Catalogue of Arcade Emulation Software - the Absolute Reference

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0.37b11 [Luca Elia]


- 1 pixel granularity in the window's placement (8 pixels now, see daitorid title)

- Coin lockout

- Some gfx problems in ladykill, 3kokushi, puzzli and gakusai

- Are the 16x16 tiles used by Mouja a Imagetek 14300-only feature?

- Flip screen doesn't work correctly in Mouja due to asymmetrical visible area


- Sprite zoom in Mouja at the end of a match looks wrong, but it's been verified to be the same on the original board.


- The Metro system has 3 Scrolling Layers and 512 Zooming Sprites.


- 0.84: Hau improved sound in the Metro games.

- 0.82u3: Eisuke Watanabe fixed the upd7810 gta, gti, dgt and working reg opcodes and SIO input and added the missing sound to all Metro games.

- 15th May 2002: Stephane Humbert fixed inputs and dipswitches in the Metro, Pac Man and Volfied drivers.

- 16th July 2001: Luca Elia added Mahjong Doukyuusei and Mahjong Doukyuusei Special to the Metro driver, and fixed some graphics problems in the other games in the driver.

- 17th May 2001: Luca Elia added Bang Bang Ball to the Metro driver.

- 16th March 2001: Nicola Salmoria added Mouja to the Metro driver. Marco Cassili fixed dip switch in Mouja.

- 3rd March 2001: Nicola Salmoria added Blazing Tornado to the Metro driver, and fixed 8bpp tile support so that Bal Cube now works properly as well. Blazing Tornado however lacks background graphics.

- 27th February 2001: Nicola Salmoria added Puzzli to the Metro driver.

- 26th February 2001: Nicola Salmoria added Lady Killer to the Metro driver.

- 17th January 2001: Luca Elia sent in an update to the Metro driver, adding The Karate Tournament, Poitto!, Toride II Adauchi Gaiden and Pururun.

- 3rd January 2001: Luca Elia sent in a driver for Metro games, including Pang Poms, Sky Alert, Dharma, Last Fortress - Toride and Dai Toride with perfect graphics and colors but no sound, and Bal Cube with bad sprites and wrong colors.