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That’s nobody’s business but the Turks

Because people continue to think I’ve completely quit the scene or something (read the post more carefully!), here’s a little MESS 0.149 WIP I submitted. Here we’re emulating an early board which added 3 SN76489 sound chips to the Apple II, the sort of thing that’s a 10 minute slam dunk inside the MAME/MESS framework and months of terror outside of it. Another Apple II emulation world first for MESS, if I’m not mistaken.

All things must end

I am discontinuing my long-running association with the MAME and MESS projects. Please refer SDL questions to Couriersud or Olivier Galibert.
If you were emailing patches to me directly, please start sending them through normal channels (check mamedev.org).
ETA: Just to clarify, this is not a “quit the sk3n3″ thing. I’ll still post in the usual places. New versions of Audio Overload and M1 are still on the docket and I will continue to work with the SuperModel project to keep it running well on Linux and OS X.

All things must end

I am discontinuing my long-running association with the MAME and MESS projects. Please refer SDL questions to Couriersud or Olivier Galibert, and maybe someone will pick up the drivers I was working on.
If you were emailing patches to me directly, please start sending them through normal channels (check mamedev.org).
If someone wants 4 large boxes of Apple II and Macintosh expansion cards to dump and hopefully emulate, PM me on bannister.org.

All things must end

I am discontinuing my long-running association with the MAME and MESS projects. Please refer SDL questions to Couriersud or Olivier Galibert, and maybe someone will pick up the drivers I was working on.
If you were emailing patches to me directly, please start sending them through normal channels (check mamedev.org).

All things must end

I am discontinuing my long-running association with the MAME and MESS projects. Please refer SDL questions to Couriersud or Olivier Galibert, and maybe someone will pick up the drivers I was working on.

Fruit Land

Any recently dumped a game called Fruit Land which was interesting since it was a small board with a complete 486 PC on a single chip that boots MS-DOS and the game off of an 8 MB Compact Flash card. After some help from PC expert Carl, we have it working except for sound. It has no obvious signs of who made it, but we believe it’s of Italian origin. UPDATE: As several people have pointed out, it appears to be an adaptation of this open source game by “MesSoft”.

Fruit Land

Any recently dumped a game called Fruit Land which was interesting since it was a small board with a complete 486 PC on a single chip that boots MS-DOS and the game off of an 8 MB Compact Flash card. After some help from PC expert Carl, we have it working except for sound.
It starts up like so, with a custom BIOS:

You then get an oddly MS Paint-looking title screen:

Fruit Land

Any recently dumped a game called Fruit Land which was interesting since it was a small board with a complete 486 PC on a single chip that boots MS-DOS and the game off of an 8 MB Compact Flash card. After some help from PC expert Carl, we have it working except for sound. It has no obvious signs of who made it, but we believe it’s of Italian origin.
It starts up like so, with a custom BIOS:

Usually the band’s girlfriends do this sort of thing

Shakatto Tambourine 2K1 SPR LOL OMG (GDR-0013) was dumped by the DU. And it goes a little something like this:

Stranger than Mexican radio?

ShouTime and f205v got the Japan-only Naomi game “Mars TV” dumped. It starts off looking like this and then gets weird: