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14th December, 2010
A few items arrived recently.....
Arrivals from wintery Switzerland December 2010
ATV Track (Gaelco)
Ridge Racer V (disc and dongle RRV3 Ver.A)
Metal Slug 6
Thanks to Tom from wintery Switzerland.

The King of Route 66 (NAOMI 2 ROM cart) The King of Route 66 (NAOMI 2 ROM cart) The King of Route 66 (NAOMI 2 ROM cart)
The King Of Route66 Revision A on NAOMI 2 ROM cart (shown above)

Ridge Racer V (RRV2 Ver.B) complete unit with I/O board. This is the earliest System 246 hardware which is different to the more common S246 unit and uses the same I/O board used on Namco's Super System 23 game 500GP, but with a different PIC16F84. It also requires a drive board or it won't boot up. The board contains a ROM-less MCU and a surface mount ROM and other components to drive the feedback motor. Without the drive board the game just sits waiting for the steering test which never ends. I don't have it but I bought one recently which will arrive soon. I'll also update the documentation in MAME with the details on this hardware.

Drum Mania 10th Mix and external AMP box containing another CD drive and a PCB with surface mount ROMs. This box connects to the main board via the AMP connector on the security cart. I assume this generates most of the music in the game. I'm looking for the manual/wiring diagram for Drummania 10th Mix or any other game that uses the AMP connector on the security cart. If you can help contact me. Thanks :-)
Thanks to Joey for the loan of these 3 above.

Dai 3 Wakusei (Sun Electronics, 1979).
Dai 3 Wakusei (Sun Electronics, 1979)
This is an extremely rare and expensive Space Invaders type game but with different gameplay.
Special thanks to Masashi who paid a whopping $1000 for it especially so it could be dumped for MAME. Now that's dedication! :-)
Here's a youtube video of it running......

Dox is working on the emulation and has it running but with no colors right now.
Dai 3 Wakusei (Sun Electronics, 1979)


7th November, 2010
I've received many items over the past 10+ years for dumping. Most of them came complete and undamaged and were relatively easy to dump.
If you're thinking of sending something out to be dumped (to anyone) I'd like to point out what NOT to do.
Check the pic below.....
SSOP56 flash ROM butchered almost beyond repair
This is a SSOP56 flash ROM. The bad thing about this is it's been butchered and is almost FUBAR! Some of the tiny fragile legs are bent quite a lot. That's a no-no with smt chips. If any were broken off the chip would be good only for the bin. Shitty Chip-Quik was used to remove it as well. Yuk! That wouldn't be so bad if the chip was not damaged.

Here's where the ROM came from.....
SSOP56 flash ROM mounted onto it's ROM board
I don't have this board, it was not sent. The small PCB is about half the size of a packet of cigarettes. Probably would have cost $1 to post it in a small envelope or padded bag. As a result a 5 minute job took much, much longer than it should have (and you wonder why I have no time to dump stuff......)

After I removed all of the gunk you can see just how bad it is....
SSOP56 flash ROM cleaned up, clearly showing pin mis-alignment SSOP56 flash ROM cleaned up, clearly showing pin mis-alignment
The legs are supposed to be in line within 0.1mm (0.004") and flat within the same limits. If they are out of position by too much it won't fit the adapter and can't be read or will cause a poor connection resulting in a bad dump.

Here's what it looks like after I cleaned it up, straightened the legs, cleaned it some more, straightened it some more etc. For about 1 whole freaking hour!
SSOP56 flash ROM with all legs straight! SSOP56 flash ROM mounted in the adapter and ready to be dumped SSOP56 flash ROM mounted in the adapter and ready to be dumped

On the bright side I have many years experience dealing with this kind of butcherism and at least it was sent to me so the result is positive.

If you have something like this and want it dumped for addition to MAME the smart thing to do is to send the entire PCB so it can be professionally removed and remounted and will work again afterwards. Even if you don't need it returned the smart thing to do is send it complete so the fragile ROM doesn't get damaged (by shipping damage or your lack of removal skills). If you damage it the whole point of buying and sending it is a complete waste of time.

The moral is simple. Think before you do something stupid like this.
This has been a community service announcement from Guru Dumping Services Pty. Ltd.

In other news, not a lot arrived recently. I got access to a Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 2 Ver.B Chihiro system (with GDROM GDX-0016A) which is now dumped, plus a pretty rare Namco Super System 23 game, thanks to my good buddy Joey.
Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 2 Ver.B Chihiro system (with GDROM GDX-0016A) Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 2 Ver.B Chihiro system (with GDROM GDX-0016A) Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 2 Ver.B Chihiro system (with GDROM GDX-0016A)
Namco Race On (Super System 23) Namco Race On (Super System 23) Namco Race On (Super System 23) Namco Race On (Super System 23) I/O board
Unfortunately it also uses the GMEN board which hasn't been figured out yet so it's not going to work in MAME for some time.
But more importantly it's now archived :-)


20th October, 2010
Design by Guru and Bobaruni. Etching by Bobaruni.
After some time in research and development, design, manufacturing and logistics I've finally received the etched boards from my buddy Bobaruni. A couple of hours assembling and wiring them up and now I have this (it's a bit messy I know but I was excited to test it out :-)
SSOP70 custom-etched ROM adapter hand-wired to suit the bastardised mask ROM :-D SSOP70 custom-etched ROM adapter hand-wired to suit the bastardised mask ROM :-D Atomiswave ROM board with SSOP70 mask ROMs Atomiswave ROM board with SSOP70 mask ROMs
In case you didn't realise, one of the big problems with dumping SSOP70 ROMs is the fact that none of them are supported by any EPROM readers. With this nice adapter and the SSOP70 ZIF socket on top, the seven 256MBit SSOP70 mask ROMs from one of the Atomiswave carts can be read easily. In fact they took only 10 minutes to read.

The best part about the adapter is it's re-usable with the same type of ROMs without having to do anything except drop in the ROM and read it. I made it fully programmable too. The top ZIF socket is routed to a bunch of pads in a standard layout on the lower board so I can hand-wire another adapter (I have several here) to any SSOP70 ROM I like. I will eventually have several of these to suit the most common SSOP70 ROMs used on arcade PCBs :-D

Now all we need to do is keep an eye out on RB's site for some nice screen shots, hopefully soon-ish :-)


1st September, 2010
As always I've been busy with **many** arcade related things over the past few weeks. In fact, even too busy to update this page.
Here's a sample.....
Daytona sound boards repaired and waiting for collection :-)
8 Daytona sound PCBs repaired, although just after that pic was taken I ended up repairing 12 of them that week :-D

In between doing dozens of repair jobs, a few things arrived from Japan including.....
Druaga Online - The Story of AON (PC-based server) Druaga Online - The Story of AON (PC-based server) Druaga Online - The Story of AON (PC-based server) Druaga Online - The Story of AON (PC-based server) Druaga Online - The Story of AON (System 256 dongle/DVDs and PC server CDs)
Druaga Online: The Story Of Aon - PC-based (Windows XP version 2002 Embedded) server for linking with the System 256 unit. Has a CDROM drive and an 80GB HDD (approx 68GB of it is not partitioned and not used) running Druaga Online version 1.6 software
Other CD versions secured.....
V1.10 (blue disc)
V1.20 (green disc)
V1.40 (light blue)

Druaga Online: The Story Of Aon (Namco System 256 DVD and dongle)
Some other Druaga Online DVDs have also been secured.....
V1.10 (purple disc)
V1.20 (pink disc)
V1.40 (orange disc)
V1.50 (yellow disc)
V1.6 (brown disc X2)
Promotional DVD (approx. 1 hour of video showing game demos and info)

Puyo Puyo Da! and Gundam Federation vs Zeon NAOMI ROM carts (shipped from Japan but shown in the pic below)

Smitdogg sent some stuff a while ago too and I chipped in some funds towards some of them.....
Other stuff from August 2010
Truck Kyosokyoku (with I/O board and CD). Special thanks to Mr Do for taking delivery of the cab (bought with DU funds of course) and sending out the PCB to Smitdogg
Maximum Speed Atomiswave cart
Puckman Pokimon (Korea)
Mobile Suit Gundam SEED: Federation vs Z.A.F.T System 256 disc and dongle
Donggul Donggul Haerong (Crystal System)

In the same box from Smitdogg were some items from Brian Troha to sell and help with creating funds.....
2 Namco 20 Year Reunion boards to fix. I got one mostly working and the other is dead/blown up :-/
Mr. Kicker, Head Panic, Mr Dig and Swat Police (all dumped by Brian some time ago) to re-attach the surface mounted ROMs and sell. Unfortunately some of them were not treated well by the previous owner (uh hum, no names mentioned) and didn't work after I put back the ROMs. The PCBs that I repaired and got working have already been sold on Ebay

An alt. version dongle for Soul Calibur 2 thanks to Tokrot (shown in the pic above just under the red Atomiswave cart)

I bought a couple of not working Point Blank PCBs with gun boards (that Smitdogg checked and re-dumped some time ago then sent here), which are now repaired and working fine. That should get some good dollars in when sold since they are very popular in arcades still and are often in need of repair.
I also got hold of dead (but now working after I repaired them) original Sega Power Drift and Sega Turbo PCBs that are different versions not in MAME, thanks to a friend who runs Jomac (also shown in the pic above)

I also got myself a new/old laptop.
HP DV6000 Laptop....... working! :-D
It's a HP DV6000 (C2D 2GHz, 1GB RAM, 100GB HDD, 15.4 inch screen etc). Was new in about 2007 I think. A friend gave it to me for free but it was dead. If you look on the net you'll see this model has a *serious* issue where the graphics chip (Geforce GO7400) overheats due to the fan not coming on when required. This causes the chip to come loose because the chip was not soldered to the PCB correctly which then kills the laptop. There are *thousands* of complaints from angry customers who paid top dollar for this model which then died within a year, was replaced under warranty and then died again within another year. I've had this sitting in a box in pieces for nearly 1 year. My friend at Jomac has access to equipment and a friend that can re-mount large BGA chips _properly_ (HP has no f***ing idea), specifically for his business repairing XBox 360's but also for other stuff just like this (and arcade games :-). After a chip re-mount, many hours figuring out how to put it back together (OMG!), a wire mod so the fan is always on and a factory HDD restore it's almost like new! I think this is going to be my new dumping laptop :-D

Oh! Also from Japan just a couple of random Taito PCBs..... (hint, before you open the pic sit down)
Hellishly rare and expensive Taito Wyvern F0 and Bygone PCBs
Yep that's right, as of today, 1st September 2010, Wyvern F0 and Bygone are now secured. Note that the 2 PCBs shown in the above pic cost (The Dumping Union) US$6000. I loaned Smitdogg the money (I'm not a charity, people) and he agreed to re-pay it back over time. He is fully aware of the costs involved and said it will take a year or two to re-pay it but I am fine with that agreement. So upon my request, my Japanese contact sprung into action and promptly bought them for us and shipped them to me via airmail. This was a serious effort because the Wyvern F0 was sold as a whole cab which weighs a million tons. My contact had to rent a small truck and drive 1000 kilometers across Japan to get it, which itself cost about $300 in fuel and tolls. I covered all of the costs out of my own pocket. It was a heroic team Guru-effort!

The PCB arrived here a few weeks later. Now the bad news. A day or two after I secured the PCB and it arrived here at the Guru dumping lair, Smitdogg refused to re-pay the money, quoting some crap about me going over and beyond our 'agreement'. That's an excuse to not pay up, of course. The agreement was I do whatever it takes to get the PCBs and he re-pays the costs to me over time. The re-payment money was to come from donations and re-selling some items he had and I had. But he's really a huge asshole. But not just any kind of asshole. A dog's asshole (the worst kind). As part of the re-payment scheme I had previously sent him all of my NAOMI GDROM discs, all of my Sega Megatech carts and even a few Raiden Fighters PCBs to try to recover some of the money prior to the PCB arriving and getting dumped. One Raiden Fighters Jet belonging to R. Belmont (sent to dump but then donated for resale especially for this cause), a Raiden Fighters 2 from my personal collection and a faulty Raiden Fighters Jet single PCB version sent by Brian Troha to repair then re-sell, which I repaired. All of this was to be sold to cover some of the costs but I never saw any of that money! Here's the pics to prove these items were sent to Smitdogg. pic1, pic2. This box is stacked solid with about 2 dozen NAOMI GDROMs and 20-30 Sega Megatech carts. On top is the Raiden PCBs. That was probably about $1000-$1500 in sales. All gone. He blew it on other junk soon after getting it instead of sending it to me. That's why I refused to send him more boards to re-sell. He's no longer trustable. You can check this yourself. I was credited in the MAME whatsnew.txt with several games because the money used to buy them came from things I sent Smitdogg to re-sell. Those games in the whatsnew.txt being credited to me I never had (not purchased by me nor dumped by me) because they were items bought and dumped by Smitdogg using money from items I sent him to re-sell (and that money was supposed to be sent to me to pay for Wyvern F0). Compare my site contents of PCB arrivals and you will see I never received any of those credited items. So why would I be credited with them in the whatsnew.txt?..... only one reason.... because money obtained from selling my PCBs was involved. This proves the money was not sent to me and was instead blown on other stuff.....

He also said he collected about $1000 in donations from many MAME supporters specifically for Wyvern F0 to re-pay to me but I never saw that money either and he blew it on other junk soon after that. That false agreement/excuse he made up is hilarious because Smitdogg is basically 'hooked' on buying up every undumped PCB on the planet including junk clones and other random crap costing many hundreds of dollars and will do just about anything to secure donations including pledging to re-pay large loaned sums of money so he can have dumps of everything. If he has money from any source he has to spend it on PCBs. He's actually received many 1000's of dollars since then but instead of re-paying debts or at least putting some of it aside to re-pay the debt, he's blown all of it on junk clones and other unimportant crap. He's the Clone King of Dumping. You don't even need to believe me. Just check the MAME whatsnew.txt for the details. Any game credited to the Dumping Union after September 2010 with my name also mentioned in the credits was money that came from selling my PCBs. Note that the money was supposed to be sent to me to cover the cost of Wyvern F0 but Smitdogg refused to pay and wasted the money on other stuff instead. Any other credit to the Dumping Union/Smitdogg was items Smitdogg bought and dumped, many of them are worthless clones. The info is in black and white and preserved in MAME whatsnew.txt history and can't be disproved.

Need more proof?
On the Mameworld forums most of what I wrote about this subject was edited by the admins (read that as 'Smitdogg') to protect the guilty. Let's look at a classic example.
The original version is here. Haha I bet he didn't realise I made a copy of that post. Hahahahaha!!! Eat that mutherfucker!!!
The edited version on mameworld has everything after '$5500 price tag' removed. Check it here (assuming it's not been completely deleted)
Just in case, I made a local copy of course, which you can see here.
Hahahahahah!!!!!! Eat that again mutherfucker!!!!

So the bottom line is the PCB will not be dumped until the money is re-paid. Since Smitdogg refuses to pay there will be no dump and therefore no emulation of Wyvern F0. You may have even heard whinging and rumors about another Wyvern F0 PCB being available for $1000 or less but that's extremely unlikely since this was the only Wyvern F0 for sale *ever* and another PCB has not been seen since. Of course the collectors know that as well so the prices would still be high assuming another PCB became available.

Update:
After some consideration I'm willing to take a loss to help the emulation community so I'd even be happy with half the amount. Here's an idea..... if I receive donations directly and specifically for this game to a total of at least $3000 I'll dump it immediately. If you want to help with that visit my donations page. Be sure to leave a note when you donate saying the money is for Wyvern F0.

Update:
The sum of money has eventually been reached, I received it and the dump has been released. Then Luca emulated it. You can read about it in my new post on 17th April 2014 here.

So I ended up getting my money anyway. The only casualty is Smitdogg's reputation, which is now just shit.... or as I like to say 'Shitdogg' hahah!


6th July, 2010
One of the Taito C-Chips has been decapped. This is quite an interesting chip. Inside is a NEC uPD78C11 CPU, an 8k DRAM and 8k EPROM.
Taito C-Chip decapped Close-up of Taito C-Chip decapped showing 8k ROM Close-up of Taito C-Chip decapped showing 8k DRAM

Games that use C-Chips include Bonze Adventure, Operation Wolf, Volfied, Mega Blast and Rainbow Islands. We have all of the C-Chips from those games except Mega Blast and Rainbow Islands (which we're still looking for).

With all the recent decapping activity Smitdogg and the Dumping Union have been actively trying to find other wanted chips for decapping. They've located nearly a dozen relatively cheap mid-to-late 80's PCBs from manufacturers like Taito, Sega, Capcom and Data East with common MCUs like 8751's and 68705's that can be easily decapped and extracted. The problem is a lack of funds to buy them. Smitdogg informed me he needs a few hundred dollars to pick up all of the ones located so far and I wanted to get his pleas out to a wider audience via my site. This is a unique opportunity to help complete the emulation of several mid-to-late 80's games so we need to make an effort to achieve it while these PCB's are available.
If you can help chip-in funds to go towards buying those so we can get them decapped for MAME please visit my donation page. Thanks!


30th June, 2010
More decapped chips just arrived. This time we have #84, #110, #111, #175, #177 & #193
#198 has been decapped but not extracted yet. Looks like the big N got the chip cloned and removed all the markings from the die, but it's definitely a PIC-based chip. No surprise though, they're king of cloning chips and hiding their identity.
See my Decapping Status page for more info and the list of other wanted items.
If you can help to donate funds towards future decapping please visit my donations page
Thanks!


27th June, 2010
Just a few Model 3 Step 2 PCB's, that's all ;-)
I bought 10 working Model 3 Step 2 PCBs (mostly junk Virtua Striker 2 '98's and '99's) as spares for my Sega Rally 2 cab some years ago. I checked them out today and found the same alt. version that the moron hoarder was bragging about on his site. I had several of that version in fact, it's a common Japanese version. There were no other undumped alternative versions though, in case you were wondering. It's a pity he didn't dump his board for MAME instead of keeping his head up his ass. But not to worry, Guru has come to the rescue. Once again good has triumphed over the evilness of the dark side. May the force be with you.

Some more decaps have been completed.
Chips #77, #113, #168, #169, #170, #176, #188
A lot of these chips came from non-working boards so it's no surprise to see some failures. Chip #171 was dead. Chips #57 and #59 were electrically dead for no reason and can't be dumped. That means we'll need to try to get hold of another PCB at some point in the future.
The good news is we've successfully decapped more than 25% of the chips that have been sent to the lab.
See my Decapping Status page for more info and the list of other wanted items.
If you can help to donate funds towards future decapping please visit my donations page
Thanks!


26th June, 2010
Chip #112 has just been decapped (Puzzlet). It turned out to be a Zilog Z86E02
Also just got #70 and #139
See my Decapping Status page for more info and the list of other wanted items.
If you can help to donate funds towards future decapping please visit my donations page
Thanks!


25th June, 2010
The Dr. is on fire!!!!
Just decapped are chips #2, #27, #43, #56, #62, #69, #74, #133, #136, #141, #143, #158, #203 and #207
See my Decapping Status page for more info and the list of other wanted items.
If you can help to donate funds towards future decapping please visit my donations page
Thanks!


24th June, 2010
More decaps!!!
Chips #190 and #206 have now been successfully processed.
See my Decapping Status page for more info and the list of other wanted items.

Bear in mind that at some point we or someone/multiple people are going to need to send several thousand dollars to Dr Decapitator. The money that was collected was used up a year ago. He's currently doing them for love (i.e. nothing) on the condition that eventually some money will flow his way. So it could stop at any point depending on how he feels and his workload.
If you can help to donate funds towards future decapping please visit my donations page
Thanks!

In other news it seems some asshole feels the need to offer a cheap shot about me messing up a dump of Scud Race Plus. If you did your research you would have found out that I didn't dump Scud Race Plus, I was the first to dump the regular version of Scud Race which was the Australian version and it uses MPR-19671 at location 24, not MPR-20101 (which is specific for the Plus set). So instead of making me look bad you have once again shown your true colors at being a total dick. I really love it when you open your mouth because only shit comes out and you shoot yourself in the foot in public and bleed everywhere. With over 3000 dumps under my belt it'll be a cold day in hell when I mess up a simple dump like that (and as you know hell is hot because you're going there soon). Instead of picking mistakes with MAME you may want to get a life asshole.
Oh, and don't worry about deleting your post to cover up your mistake, I've screen-captured all of it for archival purposes when that happens. This has made my day. I'm going to sleep REALLY well tonight hahahaahahaha what a L-O-S-E-R


23rd June, 2010
Just received some more decaps!
Chips #5, #46, #47+#219 (both matched), #128, #140 & #197 have now been successfully processed.
See my Decapping Status page for more info and the list of other wanted items.

If you can help to donate funds towards future decapping please visit Dr. Decapitator's Laboratory
Thanks!


20th March, 2010
A couple of controversial items arrived here yesterday....
Thanks to Tom for the loan of a Death Smiles PCB which came all the way from wintery Switzerland.
These emulated screenshots are very preliminary with some graphics issues similar to the Espgaluda II issues shown below in the 5th January news. Don't let that bother you because at this stage you won't be playing this game in any emulator anyway.
Of course they were done by the same dev as well :-)
Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007 Death Smiles, Cave 2007

Thanks to my good buddy Joey for the loan of a Time Crisis 4 main unit.
Time Crisis 4, Namco 2005 Time Crisis 4, Namco 2005 Time Crisis 4, Namco 2005
Time Crisis 4 runs on Namco Super System 256. The main board appears to be identical to the regular System 256 but it won't run System 256 games so the actual difference is unknown. There's a small LAN board at the right and an extra sound board plugged in on the left side at the front (both are optional, it works without them too), plus a 40GB HDD sitting at the back. All the pieces are bolted to a single piece of wood which is especially nice because it has a little handle cut out at the top of the board for dumpers to easily carry it :-)
The small board at the front in pic #1 is the I/O board. It contains only 1 microcontroller. However the game will boot with the regular Namco System 246 I/O board. I've done a reference video and that will appear on youtube soon.
Note that this is not an emulation target, at least not yet and possibly not for several years. However this and the above Death Smiles are both 'archived' ;-)


28th February, 2010
A few items arrived a couple of days ago from Smitdogg....
Funky Ball (dgPIX 1998)
Soul Calibur (SOC14 Ver.B, Namco 1998)
Rapid River (RD2 Ver.C, Namco 1997), initially purchased by Brian Troha
Happy Tour (on Eolith Ghost hardware, 2005). This is a Gals Panic rip-off with HQ beeches. If there was a reason needed to figure out the Ghost hardware this might be it :-D
Thanks to Smitdogg and the DU for acquiring/sending these out.
Was hoping to use the Rapid River main board to fire up Final Furlong to check it out but it turns out the main board has similar issues to all of the other Gorgon boards that came to me for dumping.... the main board is missing vital parts.
I did a quick test on the Eolith board. I have a Balloon & Balloon PCB on the same Eolith Ghost Ver. 1.1 hardware. I swapped all of the ROMs over and it boots Happy Tour. That means the protection device is at least the same for all games on this hardware so far.


26th January, 2010
Today is Australia Day. Yay! As you can see from the flag it's pretty windy here right now. It's a national holiday and I'm just sitting on my ass not doing a whole lot ;-)
Well sitting in front of the air conditioner anyway sipping scotch and coke, it's HOT (~38 degrees C).
So, some stuff arrived a few days ago.....
Arrivals 26th January 2010 Close up of STV cart showing 5 TSOP56 flash ROMs
These are 'Logic Pro Adventure' by Tecmo on TPS/ZN1 hardware with sec chip MG07 and an STV cart titled 'Print Club Pokemon B'
Thanks to Smitdogg and his various supporters for donations. I'll have these dumped sometime soon.

Also arrived from a person who wishes to remain anonymous is another NAOMI cart called Crackin' DJ. I fired it up quickly and it looks like you play the role of a big music executive come late-night disc jockey getting high on cocaine (crack) whilst recruiting hundreds of one-hit wonders (pimping) and trying to pass off as many sub-standard music tracks at high prices as you can (dealing) while simultaneously fending off hoards of angry music buyers (in Virtua Cop-style) who are sick of the B.S going-ons in the music industry. Sounds like a fun game!! It's now dumped, should be in MAME soon though obviously won't be working due to the cart security :-)


5th January, 2010
In line with what Luca is doing, here's some more screen shots of Espgaluda II which runs on the same hardware as Ibara. These are very preliminary at the moment, the video is too bright caused by some protection issues. Thanks to Luca for the early WIP shots.
Watch Luca's site for more updates on this once he fixes many of the issues.
Espgaluda II work in progress emulation screen shot Espgaluda II work in progress emulation screen shot Espgaluda II work in progress emulation screen shot Espgaluda II work in progress emulation screen shot Espgaluda II work in progress emulation screen shot Espgaluda II work in progress emulation screen shot
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