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SubjectRe: have any of these tables been made? Reply to this message
Posted bycomputerblue
Posted on04/25/01 11:21 PM



> > apollo 13
> > flintstones
> > revenge from mars
> > star wars episode 1
> >
>
> As far as I know, no. It'll be interesting to see if the last two there can be
> emulated. If so, I would imagine quite a hefty system would be required to play
> them. Attack From Mars causes some slowdown on my P3-700 machine due to the DCS
> sound system. I can only imagine what the requirements would be for something
> that has an actual video display like them. I'm not sure what it uses for
> hardware, I'm even less knowledgable in the field of pinball than I am in arcade
> hardware, and that's lackluster at best too. Plus I just got into this whole
> PinMAME thing about 5 days ago, so I don't know jack right now.

Star Wars Episode 1 (and Revenge From Mars as well, I think) is a pinball 2000. From what I understood when these first came out, is that they are using a low-end PC to do the logic and displays. In fact, I heard from a friend in the industry that they were prone to crashing because for some unknown reason, they decided to use Cyrix processors!






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*have any of these tables been made?  jonwil04/25/01 08:37 PM
.*Re: have any of these tables been made?  Gargos04/25/01 09:31 PM
...Re: have any of these tables been made?  computerblue04/25/01 11:21 PM