Catalogue of Arcade Emulation Software - the Absolute Reference

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0.58 [David Haywood]


- Attribute bits on bg tiles - what are they for?

- Is scrolling / bg placement 100% correct?


- Driver by David Haywood, Dip Switches and Inputs by Stephane Humbert.

- Mug Smashers is a side scrolling beat-em-up, borrows ideas from Combatribes, including the music (apparently) and sound hardware! There is also a Spanish company logo in the graphic roms. A 1990 copyright can be found in the sound program so its 1990 at the earliest.

- The DSW ports are a bit odd, from reading the test mode it appears the board has 2 physical dipswitches, however these are mapped over multiple real addresses, obviously this gives us two ways of dealing with them, USE_FAKE_INPUT_PORTS is used at compile time to give an option of which behavior we use.


- 2nd February 2002: David Haywood sent in a driver for Mug Smashers, complete with sound but dipswitches and coin inputs still need to be added.