Catalogue of Arcade Emulation Software - the Absolute Reference

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0.37b7 [Phil Stroffolino, Victor Trucco, Mike Balfour]

0.34b2 [Victor Trucco, Mike Balfour]


- 8255 emulation (ports 0x30..0x3f) could be better abstracted

- TMS9927 VTAC: do we need to emulate this? The video controller registers effect screen size (currently hard-coded on a per-game basis).

- Minor blitting glitches in playfield of Thief (XOR vs copy?)

- Nato Defense gfx ROMs may be hooked up wrong; see screenshots from flyers


- Shark Driver by Victor Trucco and Mike Balfour. Driver for Thief and NATO Defense by Phil Stroffolino

- The cassette tape used in several Pacific Novelty games has a leaderless tape that is constructed so that it will loop continuously. The IO controller can start and stop the tape player's motor, and enable/disable each of two audio tracks.


- 0.37b7: Merged sharkatt.c with thief.c driver.

- 12th July 2000: Phil Stroffolino added cassette tape sample support to the Pacific Novelty games (Shark Attack, Thief, NATO Defense).

- 16th May 2000: Phil Stroffolino fixed some graphics glitches in the Pacific Novelty driver and merged Shark Attack to it.

- 9th April 2000: Phil Stroffolino added NATO Defense to the Thief driver.

- 27th March 2000: Phil Stroffolino sent in a preliminary Thief driver, but only attract mode works.

- 0.34b2: Added sharkatt.c driver.