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U.S. Championship V'ball (US)

0.37b12 [Paul Hampson]


- The vball gfx roms comes from the Japan bootleg version. The original has the image data stored in a special dip rom which has not been dumped.


- The timing is too slow, the players, etc. move incredibly slow, which is strange because the clocks were corrected based on Guru's board. vball071u1gre pomata / Haze / Karasu


- 0.77u3: Jarek Burczynski updated Vball (Japan) to use graphics extracted from original PCB.

- 4th December 2003: Jarek Burczynski fixed the ROM names and background data in U.S. Championship V'ball (Japan).

- 12th September 2003: Guru - Finally completed the adapter to read the nasty Toshiba embedded ROM on US Championship V'Ball. Still some work to do though, it's not quite giving us the correct read yet... it's taken Jarek and I many hours over several months to get to this point, we're not far off now!

- 0.69u3: Guru corrected various clocks in the vball driver. Changed M6502 CPU1 clock speed to 2MHz and MSM6295 to 8000 Hz.

- 25th May 2003: Guru - Received US Championship V'Ball (Technos 1988) from Japan. Thanks to Karasu Tojo.

- 0.67: Changed visible area to 240x240, scrolling, background tiles and dipswitches.

- 4th April 2003: Steve Ellenoff submitted various graphics emulation improvements to the U.S. Championship V'ball driver.

- 0.37b12: Added U.S. Championship V'ball (set 1) and clone Japan (bootleg).

- 12th November 2000: Paul Hampson submitted an almost perfect US Championship V'Ball driver, only some sound problems remain.


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Romset: 998 kb / 17 files / 417 zip