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Gaming Discussion / Good 2D Fighting game probably lost in time
« on: November 30, 2016, 09:40:35 pm »
While Capcom and SNK stuff and maybe Guilty Gear X's and maybe Killer Instinct I'd rank as the best....

I haven't watched wrestling since I was a teenager, but I had a lot of fun with WWF Wrestlemania the Arcade Game for SNES by Midway.  Going back and playing good versions of MK1 and 2, (SNES MK1 had even worse control) they control pretty clunky.  I thought this WWF game had a nicer more fluid fighting engine than MK3/Trilogy.  The SNES looks and sounds great but had two characters cut.  Looking at gamefaqs reviews, the PS version might be the best outside of the arcade.  Although with lesser colors and sounds, the Genesis version seems alright from the little I checked it out, having all 8 characters.  There's complaints in reviews that 32X version is either messed up with glitches or identical to the Genesis.  So the Genesis version might be glitched if I actually play it enough to see.  The Genesis version is 4MB (32Megabit cart) compared to the 3MB (24mbit) SNES.

The follow up WWF In Your House was actually developed by Acclaim,not Midway, and isn't nearly as good, except for being 4 players.  Unfortunately on top of being subpar, the Saturn version I got is screwed up even more where 4 or 5 hits knock out players.  I'm hoping these action replay/game shark codes at for fake infinite health finally fix that a little by hopefully doubling life and maybe the visual lifebar goes down when finally under 100%.  I gotta see what the effect really is.  At any rate I'll probably check out the PS version to see if it's tolerable.

I barely got to play any of the newer 3D Mortal Kombats but MK Gold and maybe other MK4's sucked.  Newer ones seem interesting though with all the varied fighting styles instead of the usual cookie cutter selection of moves.  I tend to lump 3D fighters that play like 2D ones in with them.  Also never got into Killer Instinct Gold for N64.  That a good improvement over the original?

Gaming Discussion / Happy Samhain, Halloween, Winternacht, Día de Muertos!
« on: November 07, 2016, 10:02:43 pm »
Old Irish Samhuinn / Samhainn seems to have been originally around November 9th to 11th so I'm not late.

Here's a Samhain edition of my Super Duper World Cup ( )

New teams are Horror, Undead, and Egypt.  Many other teams are altered.

Also included patch for slight alternate Supa Dupa World Cup with Jamaica and England.

I felt like compiling these lists and wondering what anyone would add.

Far as I know...
FCE Ultra and NEStopia can emulate both US and Japanese multi hardware.
NNNesterJ and Nester DC are JPN multi only.
NESten is US multi only.

3-4 players with US hardware (all 4 players, unless (3) shown)
Nintendo World Cup (All teams in vs with hack by Dacicus!)
Supa Dupa World Cup (hack based on All team hack)

Downtown - Nekketsu Koushin Kyoku - Soreyuke Dai Undoukai (J)
(Downtown Hot-Blooded March Song - Soreyuke Big Sport Meeting)
Downtown Nekketsu Cross Country (trans hack)

Ivan Ironman Stewart's Super Off Road
Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat (very similiar to Super Off Road)
Quattro Sports (3, BMX bike game mode)
RC Pro-Am 2
Monster Truck Rally (similar to RC Pro-Am 2)
Battle City (J, Need this patch: )
Bomberman 2 (3)
Gauntlet 2
Kill Your ****ing Friends

Super Spike V'Ball
(Rahga's Game Genie codes to enable unfinished woman's teams for left side only:
Tournament  VS
AAKGNTGE   AAVGEYGE (Combo Cart with NWC) )

US Championship V'Ball (JPN Super Spike V'Ball)

Evert & Lendl Top Player's Tennis
Kings of the Beach
Roundball - 2-on-2 Challenge (Basketball)
Harlem Globetrotters

Smash TV (If one player moves and other shoots)
(Designed for two players to play with dual joysticks)

A Nightmare On Elm Street
Super Jeopardy
Wheel of Fortune Starring Vanna White (3)
Swords & Serpents
Greg Norman's Golf Power
NES Play Action Football
Magic Johnson's Fast Break

Somewhere I read something about a Camerica/Codemasters/Galoob 8 player adapter that some Camerica racing game uses.

3-4 players with JPN hardware
Bomberman 2 (J) (3)
Battle City (J, Need this patch: )

US Championship V'Ball (JPN Super Spike V'Ball)

Nekketsu Koukou Dodgeball Bu (J)
trans hack of that (Just the character select screen is invisible. Still works)

Super Dodge Ball (US)
with either 4 player hack
or Rahga's Game Genie code (GEUOLZZA)
to allow selecting of invisible 3 or 4 play option

Downtown - Nekketsu Koushin Kyoku - Soreyuke Dai Undoukai (J)
(Downtown Hot-Blooded March Song - Soreyuke Big Sport Meeting)
Downtown Nekketsu Cross Country (trans hack)

Ike Ike! Nekketsu Hockey Bu - Subette Koronde Dai Rantou (J)
(Go Go! Nekketsu Hockey Club: Skate, Fall, Great Free-for-All Brawl)
various trans and hacks of that

Nekketsu Kakutou Densetsu (J)
Riki Kunio / Nekketsu Fighting Legend trans of that

Kunio Kun no Nekketsu Soccer League (J)
trans and hacks of that

Nekketsu Street Basket Ganbare Dunk Heroes
Various translations and hack of that

Moero TwinBee - Cinnamon Hakase o Sukue! (3, Japanese version of the Stinger, translation available)

3-12 player alternating with 1-2 controllers
Crash 'n' the Boys: Street Challenge (4)
(Rahga's Game Genie code to play as Thornley OXSUGVSX + GESUITAZ + XVSUTTLE )

(JPN Street Challenge / Astonishing New Records of Nekketsu: The Distant Gold Medal)
Bikkuri Nekketsu Shin Kiroku! - Harukanaru Kin Medal (4)
Nekketsu Shin Kiroku! - Harukanaru Kin Medal 8 hack (4)

Skate or Die! (8)
Ski or Die! (6)

California Games (8)
Capcom Barcelona '92 (J) (8)
Caveman Games (6)
Championship Bowling (4)
Championship Pool (8)
Genghis Khan (4)
Golf Grand Slam (4)
Jack Nicklaus' Greatest 18 Holes of Championship Golf (4)
Lee Trevino's Fighting Golf (4)
Nobunaga's Ambition (8)
Nobunaga's Ambition 2 (4)
Pinbot (4, 1 playing pinball at a time = way too much waiting)
Super Pinball (4, 1 at a time)
Rock 'n' Ball (4)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms (Modes' # of players: 8, 8, 7, 5, 3)
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 2 (Modes' # of players: 12, 12, 9, 11, 5, 5)
World Games (8)
Jeopardy! (3)
Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary Edition (3)
Jeopardy! Junior Edition (3)
Bible Buffet (4)
Wheel of Fortune (3)
Wheel of Fortune Family Edition (3)
Wheel of Fortune Junior Edition (3)

Russian Roulette (6, Zapper)
Super Russian Roulette (?, Zapper)
Shooting Range (4, Zapper)
Short Order/Eggsplode! (5, PowerPad)
Stadium Events (6, PowerPad)
Super Team Games (6, PowerPad)
World Class Track Meet (6, PowerPad)


Super 4 in 1 has a mix of all types:
Hero Soccer = Nintendo World Cup (US 4)
Hero Basketball = Nekketsu Street Basket (JPN 4)
Fighting Champion = Downtown Nekketsu Koushin Kyoku (US/JPN 4)
Hero Record = Harukanaru Kin Medal (4 alternate with 2 con)

Other combo carts:
Nintendo World Cup (4) and Super Spike V'Ball (4)
SMB, Tetris, and Nintendo World Cup (4)
SMB, Duck Hunt, and World Class Track Meet (6)

All Zapper Games?:
Duck Hunt
Bill Barker's Trick Shooting (Read you can shoot the DH Dog in it, but I can't)
Hogan's Alley
Russian Roulette
Super Russian Roulette
Baby Boomer
Freedom Force
Operation Wolf (Can play with gamepad)
Shooting Range
To The Earth
Wild Gunman

All PowerGlove? (Can play with gamepad):
Super Glove Ball
Bad Street Brawler

PowerPad Games (Nestopia can emu the powerpad):
Athletic World
Dance Aerobics
Short Order / Eggsplode!
Stadium Events
Street Cop
Super Team Games
World Class Track Meet
Family Trainer 8 - Totsugeki! Fuuun Takeshi-jou (Takeshi's Castle/MXC translated)
Other Japanese Family Trainer games?

R.O.B. games:
Stack-Up (Every one of this cart contains a FC-to-NES adapter!)
Never played with an actual R.O.B.  I think these games might seem to function with normal controller but not sure whether you need R.O.B. to beat them

Using SNES mouse on 8-bit NES
Thwaite (Homebrew, similar to Atari Missile Command)

Wayback Archive of Rahga's site with lots of good Technos and NES stuff:

Some other systems' multiplayer:

N-Warp Daisakusen (Homebrew, 8 players with two adapters!)
Kunio-Kun no Dodge Ball Da yo Zenin Shuugo!
Super Bomberman 1-5 except for 3?
NBA Jam Tournament Edition
College Slam
Lord of the Rings vol.1 (5 players)
NHL 94 through 98 (EA Sports)
Smash Tennis
Top Gear 3000
Street Racer
Secret of Mana/Seiken Densetsu 3
Super Tetris 3
Saturday Night Slam Masters (SNES/Arcade is 4P, Gen is only 2)
Micro Machines
Micro Machines 2
Worms (Euro) (4 players taking turns with 1 con)
California Games 2 (8 play with 1 con)
Pinball Dreams (8 play with 1 con)

(Hit the Ice for SNES is only 2P while the 8-bit NES Prototype is 4P and has an RPG Quest mode!)

Some Genesis
Mutant League Hockey
Mega Bomberman
Gauntlet IV (but it doesn't have the awesome voice-overs like the 8-bit NES!)
Probably NBA Jam, NBA Jam Tournament Edition, & College Slam
Probably NHL 94 through 98 (EA Sports)

I have a Romanji patch for the Japanese River City Ransom 2007 Parodi Ban Edition for GBA and a Romanji & partial translation of Nekketsu Koukou Soccer for NES about ready.

I know a small tsu doubles the next consonant but no idea what it does at the end of a word.

I have no idea what small wa is used for.  Is it similar to small ya,yu,and yo?

Downtown Nekketsu Monogatari (RCR) has two weird characters I have no idea what they are.
They're below the Wa and Wo.  One looks like Mi combined with Nu and the other looks like Ru combined with something.

The small tsu at the end of a word I see in both games.
Small wa and the two unidentified characters I've only seen in the name entry of DNM.

Any answer to these would be appreciated.

My apologies to any translator that cringes at Romanji patches and partial translations, but no one else was doing these and they help.

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