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Re: Drive Differences

Post by Admin on Mon Jun 05, 2017 2:38 pm

These systems are listed on Chris' website but are not included in any of the drive details. Need to know which goes with which.  MAME is unlisted but I figured it is included. Assume that most everything listed here is included in the 8TB or more drive.

Unlisted Systems:

Acorn Electron
ALF TV Game
American Laser Games
Android
Arcade Music Trivia Challenger
Arcade Shmups
Atari 8-bit
Atari Classics
Atari ST
Bandai Sufami Turbo
Bandai Super Vision 8000
Banpresto
Big Fish Games
Bomberman Collection
Brezzasoft Crystal System
Capcom Classics
Capcom Play System
Capcom Play System II
Capcom Play System III
Casio PV-2000
Caslevania Collection
CAVE
Cave 3rd
Commodore 64
Data East Classics
DDR Mania
Donkey Kong Collection
Doom
DOS Box
Double Dragon Collection
Dragon Warrorior Wheel
Driving Games
DWJukeBox
Examu Ex-Board
Fatal Fury Collection
Final Fantasy Collection
Final Fight Collection
Gaelco
Ghost'n Goblins Collection
Golfing Wheel
Guilty Gear Collection
HyperNeoGeo64
Irem Classics
Jaleco Corp
Killer Instinct Collection
Koei Collection
Konami Classics
Legend of Zelda Wheel
Magazines
Magnavox Odyssey
Magnavox Odyssey 4000
MAME 2 Players
MAME 4 Players
MAME Adults
MAME Good Clones
MAME Kids
Mega Man Collection
Metal Slug Collection
Midway Classics
Misfit MAME
Mitchell Corporation
Mortal Kombat Collection
MUGEN
Namco Classics
Namco System 22
Nintendo Classics
OpenBOR
Pac Man Collection
Pacman Championship Edition DX
Pacman Museum
PC Fighting Games
PC Games
Phillips CD-i
Pinball Arcade
PolyGame Master
PopCap
Psikyo
Resident Evil Collection
Run N Gun
Sammy Atomiswave
Samurai Showdown Collection
Sega Ages
Sega Classics
Sega Dreamcast Import
Sega Hikaru
Sega Master System Imports
Sega Model 1
Sega Naomi
Sega Saturn Japan
Sega SC-3000
Sega ST-V
Sega X Board
Sega Y Board
Seibu Kaihatsu
SEIBU SPI
Shining Force Collection
Shmup Wheel
Shotgun Games
Silent Hill Collection
SNK Classics
Sonic Collection
Sony Playstation 2 Complete
Steet Fighter Hack Collection
Street Fighter Collection
Super Mario Collection
Taito Classics
Taito G-Net
Taito Type X
Technos Classics
Tecmo Classics
Tekken Collection
The King of Fighters Collection
TMNT
Toaplan Classics
Trackball Games
Treasure Collection
Ultrastar Deluxe
Vintage Commercials
Visual Pinball
VivaNonno
Williams Clssics
World Heroes Collection

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Re: Drive Differences

Post by James M on Sun Oct 22, 2017 3:47 pm

Wow dude, that infographic is awesome!

Regarding these below, these are all system wheels, and some are multi-system wheels... the multi-wheels mean it can be using multiple systems like NES, SNES, and PS2 even (for example games that appear on a lot of systems like Mario, Sonic, Street Fighter, etc).

Below, i'll go through your list and i'll do this... GAME SYSTEM BOARDS are just MAME, and that's on all the drives, so you can include those. I'll UNDERLINE all those.

For MULTI-SYSTEM boards, I'll put those in BOLD. Those will need a lot closer look.

BUT, the rule of thumb is "Classics" are arcade collections or system boards, and they are in Mame and should be on every drive. The "Collection" wheels are probably a multi-system collection, and should be sold as 8tb or up drives. They *might* be on smaller drives but I doubt it.


Admin wrote:These systems are listed on Chris' website but are not included in any of the drive details. Need to know which goes with which.  MAME is unlisted but I figured it is included.  Assume that most everything listed here is included in the 8TB or more drive.

OK HERE's THE RESORTED LIST:


Not used anymore i don't think, or maybe 8tb+ only:
Android
Arcade Music Trivia Challenger
DDR Mania
DOS Box
DWJukeBox
Ultrastar Deluxe

Not sure what drive size these are on, Probably 8tb+ only:
MUGEN
OpenBOR
Pacman Championship Edition DX
PC Fighting Games
PC Games
Phillips CD-i
Pinball Arcade
Sega Dreamcast Import
Sega Master System Imports
Sega Saturn Japan
Sega SC-3000
Sony Playstation 2 Complete
Vintage Commercials
Visual Pinball

16TB+ only:
Big Fish Games



Rare systems (not sure if on smaller drives)

Acorn Electron
ALF TV Game
American Laser Games
Atari 8-bit
Atari ST
Bandai Sufami Turbo
Bandai Super Vision 8000
Casio PV-2000
CAVE
Commodore 64
Magazines
Magnavox Odyssey
Magnavox Odyssey 4000




GAME SYSTEM BOARDS (in MAME, on all drives)

Arcade Shmups
Atari Classics
Banpresto
Brezzasoft Crystal System
Capcom Classics
Capcom Play System
Capcom Play System II
Capcom Play System III
Cave 3rd
Data East Classics
Examu Ex-Board
Gaelco
HyperNeoGeo64
Irem Classics
Jaleco Corp
MAME 2 Players
MAME 4 Players
MAME Adults
MAME Good Clones
MAME Kids
Midway Classics
Misfit MAME
Mitchell Corporation
Namco Classics
Namco System 22
Nintendo Classics
PolyGame Master
PopCap
Psikyo
Sammy Atomiswave
Sega Ages
Sega Classics
Sega Hikaru
Sega Model 1
Sega Naomi
Sega ST-V
Sega X Board
Sega Y Board
Seibu Kaihatsu
SEIBU SPI
SNK Classics
Taito Classics
Taito G-Net
Taito Type X
Technos Classics
Tecmo Classics
Toaplan Classics
Trackball Games
Treasure Collection
VivaNonno
Williams Clssics



COLLECTION WHEELS - Multi-system, have to check individually...
Bomberman Collection
Caslevania Collection
Donkey Kong Collection
Doom
Double Dragon Collection
Dragon Warrorior Wheel
Driving Games
Fatal Fury Collection
Final Fantasy Collection
Final Fight Collection
Ghost'n Goblins Collection
Golfing Wheel
Guilty Gear Collection
Killer Instinct Collection
Koei Collection
Konami Classics
Legend of Zelda Wheel
Mega Man Collection
Metal Slug Collection
Mortal Kombat Collection
Pac Man Collection
Pacman Museum
Resident Evil Collection
Run N Gun
Samurai Showdown Collection
Shining Force Collection
Shmup Wheel
Shotgun Games
Silent Hill Collection
Sonic Collection
Steet Fighter Hack Collection
Street Fighter Collection
Super Mario Collection
Tekken Collection
The King of Fighters Collection
TMNT
World Heroes Collection

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