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What's on your "most wanted" list?
#106200 - 03/23/07 11:48 PM


With all the technical discussion about PNGs and ZIPs and compression ratios, I thought I'd change things up a little and talk about artwork. Just for fun I thought I'd put together a list of my "most wanted" artwork. These aren't in any particular order and they do not reflect any priority for Mr. Do or anyone else working on the artwork project. It's just for discussion. Do you see one of your favorites on here? The ones I know Mr. Do has access to are marked. What else would you have added?


EDIT: See Mr. Do's Work in Progress Page and post #1 and post #2.





These games use backdrops, overlays or lamps/LEDs or have something else unusual going on. The artwork really adds to these games.


Vector games. I really like vector games. No new vector games are being produced. I think that makes them even more important for preservation. IMO.


All other pre-1980 games have been moved to THIS POST.

There is also a separate post for Laserdisc games.

Post 1980s games. This is not a complete list, just some of my favorite games and/or artwork.

  • Arkanoid - Revenge of DOH (Taito America/Romstar license 1987)
  • Astro Invader (Stern 1980) DONE!
  • Berzerk (Stern 1980) DONE!
  • Blaster (Williams 1983) In the works (TrevEB)
  • Blasteroids (Atari Games 1987) DONE!
  • Bosconian (Namco 1981) Full sized Done! Cabaret still needed.
  • Bust-A-Move (Taito 1994) Neo-Geo mini marquee needed.
  • Cat and Mouse (Zaccaria 1982)
  • Centipede (Atari 1980) Cocktail Done! Upright, cabaret, and euro versions in the works
  • Cheeky Mouse (Universal 1980) DONE!
  • Colony 7 (Taito 1981) In the works (TrevEB)
  • Cosmic Avenger (Universal 1981) In the works
  • Devil Zone (Universal 1980) DONE!
  • Dig Dug (Namco 1982) Upright and cocktail Done! Cabaret version in the works. Pic 2. European version needed.
  • Dig Dug II (Namco 1985)
  • Domino Man (Bally Midway 1982) DONE.
  • Double Dragon (Technos/Taito America 1987) Done!
  • Galaga (Namco 1981) Midway version Done! Cabaret and original Namco versions still needed.
  • Hard Hat (Exidy 1982) This game's ROMs are now freely available for non-commercial use.
  • Jack Rabbit (Zaccaria 1984) Used an inner and outer bezel.
  • Journey (Bally Midway 1983)Done!
  • Joust II (Williams 1986) Done.
  • Jumping Jack (Universal 1984)
  • Kram (Taito America Corporation 1982) DONE!
  • Laser Battle (Zaccaria 1981) Same as Scorpion?
  • Magical Spot (Universal 1980) DONE!
  • Missile Command (Atari 1980)Done!
  • Millipede (Atari 1982) Cocktail Done!
  • Money Money (Zaccaria 1983)
  • Moon Patrol (Williams 1982)DONE!
  • Moonwar (Stern 1981) Done!
  • Mouse Trap (Exidy 1981)Done!
  • Ms. Pac-Man (Midway 1981) DONE.
  • Pirate Pete (Taito 1982) To complete the Jungle King/Jungle Hunt "trilogy"
  • Polaris (Taito 1980) Cabaret Done! dedicated upright still needed.
  • Pole Position II (Atari 1983) Cockpit version DONE. Dedicated and conversion in the works. There is also a unique Namco version.
  • PuckMan (Namco 1980) Original Namco bezel needed. Thread. Web page. Photo??
  • Q*Bert (Gottlieb 1982) Upright Done! Cocktail version needed.
  • Q*Bert's Qubes (Mylstar 1983) Done!
  • Quasar (Zelco / Zaccaria 1980) In the works. US Billiards version also needed.
  • Rally-X (Namco 1980) Midway version Done! Namco version still needed.
  • Rampage (Bally Midway 1986) Done!
  • Return of the Invaders (Taito 1985)
  • Scorpion (Zaccaria 1982) Same as Laser Battle?
  • Space Firebird (Nintendo 1980)
  • Sky Skipper (Nintendo 1981)
  • Snap Jack (Universal 1982) In the works (TrevEB)
  • Space Invaders DX (Taito 1994)Done!
  • Space Invaders II (Midway 1980) Done! Only came as a cocktail table
  • Space Raider (Universal 1982)
  • Steel Worker (Taito 1980) Did this game use a backdrop?
  • Street Fighter (Capcom 1987) Done.
  • Super Cobra (Konami 1981) In the works
  • Majestic Twelve - The Space Invaders Part IV/Super Space Invaders '91 (Taito 1990) Done!
  • Super Tank (Video Games GmbH 1981) This game's ROMs are now freely available for non-commercial use.
  • Swimmer (Tehkan 1982) Done!
  • Tapper (Bally Midway 1983) Done.
  • Tazz-Mania (Stern 1982)in the works (TrevEB)
  • Tetris (Atari Games 1988) Done!
  • The Electric Yo-Yo (Taito America Corporation 1982) In the works (TrevEB)
  • The End (Konami [Stern license] 1980) In the works.
  • The Pit (Taito 1982) In the works
  • Timber (Bally Midway 1984) In the works.
  • Time Pilot (Konami 1982)Done!
  • Victory (Exidy 1982) This game's ROMs are now freely available for non-commercial use. In the works.
  • Wizard of Wor (Midway 1980) Done!
  • World Rally (Gaelco 1993) Instruction card needed. This game's rom is now freely available for non-commercial use.
  • Xevious (Namco 1982)
  • X-Men (1992 Konami) Done!
  • X-Men: Children of the Atom (Capcom 1994) In the works.
  • Zero Hour (Universal 1980) In the works (TrevEB)


Can you tell I like the Universal, Stern and Zaccaria artwork?


EDIT 3/26: Updated based on comments received. Plus added a couple I forgot!
EDIT 3/28: I moved the pre-1980 games to THIS POST. Except for the vector and overlay/backdrop/lamp/LED games.
EDIT 3/39: added links to images of artwork and clarified several of the games.
EDIT 4/2: added Boot Hill interior scenery art.
EDIT 4/4: added Ms. Pac-Man and Galaga cabarets, Subhunter and Pigskin 621AD.
EDIT 4/13: added Guided Missile and moved Midway's Bowling Alley to this list.
EDIT 4/23: added Dark Planet
EDIT 4/24: added European versions of Gravitar and Dig Dug
EDIT 6/5: added Solar Fox.
EDIT 6/25: added link to Mr. Do's WIP page.
EDIT 7/19: added Monza GP and APB
EDIT 7/25: removed paperboy.
EDIT 8/21: added Cisco Heat
EDIT 8/31: removed Cisco Heat. Lights were not activated by gameplay
EDIT 10/15: added Journey
EDIT 1/3/08: Added desert gun backdrop and moved Road Runner from Pre-1980 list. Thanks gregf
EDIT 2/25/08: Added bezel info for Buck Rogers.
EDIT 5/14/08: Added World Rally. ROM is now freely available
EDIT 6/17/08: Updated WIP based on Mr. Do's recent post.
EDIT 7/9/08: Updated the status of several of these games based on Mr. Do's massive update today. Add Galaga Namco version
EDIT 7/28/08: Added Atari Football 4-player outer bezel. Thanks gregf.
EDIT 8/15/08: Added separate post for Laserdisc games.
EDIT 8/18/08: Added info about Holosseum.
EDIT 10/21/08: Added Sega Turbo cabaret info.
EDIT 1/7/09: Added Taito's Japanese version of Space Wars
EDIT 1/21/09: Added Clay shoot cocktail info. Thanks, gregf.
EDIT 3/2/09: Added Gypsy Juggler and Safari details
EDIT 6/19/09: Added Steel Worker because it is now preserved in MAME. Does anyone know if this game used a backdrop? One flyer implied that it did.
EDIT 8/3/09: Added Drag Race outer bezel and Space Walk info. Added Midway Extra Bases
EDIT 8/20/09: added overlay to Safari, thanks gregf!
EDIT 10/19/09: Moved Extra Bases to "backdrop" list
EDIT 09/18/10: updated several as "in the works" based on the recent acquisitions by TrevEB
EDIT 01/26/11: Added games whose ROMS were recently made available free for download at mamedev.org
EDIT 02/23/11: updated several as "in the works" based on the recent acquisitions by TrevEB
EDIT 07/18/11: Added Terminator 2 explosion overlay



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#106210 - 03/24/07 12:28 AM




These 2 would be on wanted list, since the backdrop pieces are incorporated into gameplay....especially Gremlin's Safari. Without the backdrop support users would be unsure how Gremlin's Safari really works. This used to be the case with Frogs many years ago when there was little or no artwork support. Frogs gameplay wouldn't make sense unless one had opportunity to see actual cab and how the game works.

>M79 Ambush (RamTek 1977) Uses a backdrop
>Safari (Gremlin 1977) Uses backdrop


While on subject of Gremlin, the Frogs front bezel piece needs to be found also.


>Circus (Exidy 1977) Bezel/marquee with lamps similar to Skydiver

This and Midway Clowns is another needing to be found.

Clowns bezel piece is magnificent.....much better than the gameplay of Clowns. imo Circus sounds were always better than Clowns. I played both games in arcades in late 1970's.


>Subs (Atari 1977) Uses backdrop

I don't recall Atari Subs using a backdrop. I do recall an overlay piece being used
with monitor. I'll have to look again. I know I have cab photos on a disc somewhere.


>Tornado Baseball (Midway 1976) In the works. Uses backdrop

Now in Mr. Do's hands after handing piece to Mr. Do on Wednesday.


>Dog Patch (Midway 1977)

Needs everything. bezel, interior side scenery pieces, backdrop.


That's my list.

As for non-cpu games, PSE Desert Patrol still has a couple interior artwork pieces needing to be added. Desert Patrol has an orange interior overlay piece, but also an overlay piece that is mounted directly onto monitor, iirc, that has printed text for indicating remaining time and scores. Without that, only numbers, plane images, and parachute pilots are visible....gameplay wouldn't make sense.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#106212 - 03/24/07 12:46 AM


Good list

If you don't mind, I'm going to steal this from you, as I've been wanting to get around to something similar to this; just couldn't get myself started.

I can comment on a few of them right now:

Afterburner - Have both upright and cockpit bezels. Driver needs to be updated to support the lamps.

Atari Baseball - Have a scan of the control panel; just need to get off my a$$ and finish it. Also have the outer bezel, which you could probably vector in an hour. Bobby Tribble sent me a photo of the inner bezel, which needs some work/distortion worked out first.

Atari Football - Inner bezel same as above. Don't have the outer.

Circus - I had a lead; it died again =P

Datsun 280 ZZZap - As you said, in process of being scanned.

Destroyer - I thought yaggy already took pics (I could be mistaken), but I'm haven't gotten them yet. I do know he said he has access to one.

Extra Inning - Yes, same backdrop as Tornado with just a slight alteration. Double Play also uses this backdrop, BTW.

Gridiron Fight - Have the scan; driver needs to be updated for the LED.

Space Encounters - Makes my head hurt what I'll have to do to make this work, but yes, in the works.

Space Tactics - Sounds like a challenge to me; I'll have to look at it.

Subs - Re-creation from photos and manual complete; somethings still quirky, though (more details later).

Tornado Baseball - Just picked up the backdrop yesterday.

Triple Hunt - These will take work.

Video Pinball - xiaou2 will come thru - *crosses fingers*

Aztarac - working on it now

Eliminator - need to scan

Omega Race Cockpit - Anyone got $70?

Tailgunner - Have the cockpit version, though it's broken at the top, which needs "creative fixing"

WOTW - Emails not replied to in over two months. He said he had sent someone else the full-size scan; anyone know who?

Atari Basketball - Have it

Centipede - Actually, upright, cabaret, cocktail, and euro all in the works

Dig Dug - *kicks self for not grabbing the cabaret bezel the day I saw it*

Domino Man - may be able to be re-created easily; got some good pics at home

Paperboy - didn't have a bezel, sorry

Puckman - I want this as much as zorg; for now, we have a Bell-Fruit version coming, which is modeled after the original (but still not the same)

Rampage - "may" have access to one, we'll see

Universal stuff - may have a lead on a bunch of this stuff; we'll see if the collector is co-operative.

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Yup, I'd say it's high time I made a needed soon page.






> With all the technical discussion about PNGs and ZIPs and compression ratios, I
> thought I'd change things up a little and talk about artwork. Just for fun I thought
> I'd put together a list of my "most wanted" artwork. These aren't in any particular
> order and they do not reflect any priority for Mr. Do or anyone else working on the
> artwork project. It's just for discussion. Do you see one of your favorites on here?
> The ones I know Mr. Do has access to are marked. What else would you have added?
>
> These games use backdrops or LEDs or have something else unusual going on. The
> artwork really adds to these games.
>
> After Burner (Sega 1987) In the works. Has LED lights in bezel. After Burner II (Sega
> 1987) Has LED lights in bezel.Atari Baseball (Atari 1979) Has LED play lights in
> control panel similar to Atari Football. Bezel also needed.Blue Shark (Midway 1978)
> Uses backdropCircus (Exidy 1977) Bezel/marquee with lamps similar to SkydiverClay
> Shoot (Allied Leisure 1979) Uses a backdropDatsun 280 Zzzap (Midway 1976) In the
> works? Use a backdropDesert Gun (Midway 1977) Uses a backdropDestroyer (Atari 1977)
> Uses a backdropExtra Inning (Midway 1978) In the works? Uses the same backdrop as
> Tornado Baseball?Gridiron Fight (Tehkan 1985) LED display shows the number of the
> formation selected. M79 Ambush (RamTek 1977) Uses a backdropSafari (Gremlin 1977)
> Uses backdrop Space Encounters (Midway 1980) Inthe worksSpace Tactics (Sega 1981)
> Uses lamps for Credit, Barrier, and 5 lamps for firing from the bases. The monitor is
> seen in a mirror that appears to move when the player moves the handle. This will be
> difficult, if not impossible, to simulate. There are also "3D" fire beams made of 120
> green LED's which are on a mechanism in front of the mirror. Along with a single red
> "sight" LED. There is a score display made of 7-segment LEDS, along with Credits,
> Barriers, and Rounds displays made of some other type of LED bar graphs. (From
> MAWS)Starship 1 (Atari 1977)Uses a blacklight lit backdrop and a target crosshair
> taped directly to monitor (from MAWS)Subs (Atari 1977) Uses backdropTornado Baseball
> (Midway 1976) In the works. Uses backdropTriple Hunt (Atari 1977) At least partially
> in the works. Uses 3 different backdrops.Video Pinball (Atari 1979) In the works.
> Uses blacklight lit backdrop and has LED lights.
>
> Vector games
>
> Aztarac (Centuri 1983) Used overlay with text and a convex lens that will be
> difficult, if not impossible, to simulate.Battlezone (Atari 1980) cabaret version
> neededCosmic Chasm (Cinematronics / GCE 1983)Demon (Rock-ola 1982) Bezel still
> neededEliminator (Gremlin 1981) In the worksOmega Race (Midway 1981) cockpit version
> neededSpace Fury (Sega 1981)Star Hawk (Cinematronics 1979)Sundance (Cinematronics
> 1979)Tac/Scan (Sega 1982)Tailgunner (Cinematronics 1979) In the works. Tailgunner 2
> cockpit versionalso needed.Tempest (Atari 1980) Cocktail version needed. Upright did
> not have a bezelTop Gunner (Exidy 1986)War of the Worlds (Cinematronics 1981)
> Backdrop still neededZektor (Sega 1982)
>
> Everything else
>
> Atari Football (Atari 1978) bezel still neededBasketball (Atari 1979)Blaster
> (Williams 1983)Centipede (Atari 1980) Cabaret version in the worksCheeky Mouse
> (Universal ????)Cosmic Alien (Universal 1979)Cosmic Avenger (Universal 1981) In the
> worksCosmic Guerilla (Universal 1979)Cosmic Monsters (Universal 1979)Cosmic Monsters
> 2 (Universal 1979)Devil Zone (Universal 1980) In the worksDig Dug (Namco 1982)
> cabaret version neededDig Dug II (Namco 1985) Dog Patch (Midway 1977)Domino Man
> (Bally Midway 1982)Drag Race (Atari 1977) Bezel still neededJoust II (Williams
> 1986)Jumping Jack (Universal 1984)Laguna Racer (Midway 1977) Bezel still
> neededMagical Spot (Universal 1980)Paperboy (Atari Games 1984)PuckMan (Namco 1980)
> Original Namco bezel neededQ-Bert's Qubes (Mylstar 1983)Rampage (Bally Midway
> 1986)Robot Bowl (Exidy 1977)Snap Jack (Universal 1982)Space Invaders Part II (Taito
> 1979) Upright version neededSpace Raider (Universal 1982)Tapper (Bally Midway 1983)
> Budweiser version. In the works.Tetris (Atari Games 1988) In the works.Timber (Bally
> Midway 1984)Time Pilot (Konami 1982) In the works.Zero Hour (Universal 1980)
>
>
>
> Can you tell I like the Universal artwork?




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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: Mr. Do]
#106213 - 03/24/07 12:54 AM




>Circus - I had a lead; it died again =P

Awwwwww. Back to searching again.


>Domino Man - may be able to be re-created easily; got some good pics at home

I thought that one looked "busy" enough that scanning would be the way to go.
I haven't seen parts auctions lately of that bezel piece. There was an auction way
back in 2005 iirc.


>Yup, I'd say it's high time I made a needed soon page.

myclone has Exidy Robot Bowl bezel piece on hand.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: gregf]
#106214 - 03/24/07 01:03 AM



> > Domino Man - may be able to be re-created easily; got some good pics at home
>
> I thought that one looked "busy" enough that scanning would be the way to go.
> I haven't seen parts auctions lately of that bezel piece. There was an auction way
> back in 2005 iirc.


Nope. Main bezel is dominos; simple lines, corners, and circles on that one. I have a damaged cocktail bezel that will help with the accuracy of it.

For the instructions in the middle, the control panel pic has them bright and clear, so that covers that part, too.

http://www.ggdb.com/Picture.aspx?c=Coin-Op&s=Arcade&vid=791&p=5665




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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#106218 - 03/24/07 04:31 AM


Well one of my hopes is that PinMAME will be updated someday to mainline to take advantage of the enhanced artwork features. It'd be perfect for pins that had lamps and DMDs in the backglass.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: gregf]
#106228 - 03/24/07 07:15 AM


I'm glad someone started a "most wanted" list similar to the dumping page...It was needed and will come in handy.
Can't wait to see how Budweiser and those other bezels(like the Universal one Mr. Do borrowed) turn out. You probably want me to pick those up one of these days since it sounds like you've got a house full of artwork...Got some other stuff like a ton of marquees(some Mr. Do hasn't seen yet) that need eventual scanning as well.
I'd let you borrow my Astro Invader bezel, but the paint flakes if you look at it wrong. We'll work something out though.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#106248 - 03/24/07 03:59 PM


> PuckMan (Namco 1980) Original Namco bezel needed

this is the bezel I'm hunting down every where.

I dream to have the original bezel, not only the scan

PS as MrDO. mentioned a puckman bezel (not hte namco, unfortunatly) will pop out pretty soon.



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#106266 - 03/24/07 09:15 PM



>>> Domino Man - may be able to be re-created easily; got some good pics at home


>> I thought that one looked "busy" enough that scanning would be the way to go.
>> I haven't seen parts auctions lately of that bezel piece. There was an auction way
>> back in 2005 iirc.


>Nope. Main bezel is dominos; simple lines, corners, and circles on that one. I have a
> damaged cocktail bezel that will help with the accuracy of it.

>For the instructions in the middle, the control panel pic has them bright and clear, so
> that covers that part, too.

http://www.ggdb.com/Picture.aspx?c=Coin-Op&s=Arcade&vid=791&p=5665


Great. You might get a big "Thank You" from the "ultimate Q Bert fan" later since Domino Man bezel is a bezel she wanted to see.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: rohan]
#106268 - 03/24/07 09:28 PM




Hey,

How did replicating that coin box project work out for Six Pac cocktail table?


>I'm glad someone started a "most wanted" list similar to the dumping page...It was
> needed and will come in handy.

Yep. Last year everything was needed, so it didn't matter at that time of getting a list started as Mr. Do mentioned at the time.


>Can't wait to see how Budweiser and those other bezels(like the Universal one Mr. Do
> borrowed) turn out. You probably want me to pick those up one of these days since it
> sounds like you've got a house full of artwork...

For me, the only artwork pieces I have/had is Midway Tornado Baseball backdrop piece which I handed to Mr. Do on Wednesday. That backdrop piece is practically on its last legs since it has a few cracks. It would be great if it can be repaired and re-used again for a Tornado Baseball upright cab. I don't know if it is repairable.


The only other is the PSE Desert Patrol bezel piece and marquee piece....now fortunately scanned, cleaned up, (not fully vectorized yet), and hosted on Mr. Do's site.



Mr. Do has all the inventory including an Astro Laser cocktail table piece for scanning.


>Got some other stuff like a ton of marquees(some Mr. Do hasn't seen yet) that need
>eventual scanning as well. I'd let you borrow my Astro Invader bezel, but the paint
>flakes if you look at it wrong. We'll work something out though.

That's one you'd want to message to Mr. Do about.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: gregf]
#106275 - 03/25/07 12:06 AM


> The only other is the PSE Desert Patrol bezel piece and marquee piece....now
> fortunately scanned, cleaned up, (not fully vectorized yet),


it will be fully as soon as possible, I'm pretty busy with some cabinet restoration. Xevious and Midway Space Invaders.

Xevious artwork eat me a lot of time.

next week I'll be abble to borrow some time for tracing stuff.

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#106276 - 03/25/07 12:14 AM



>> The only other is the PSE Desert Patrol bezel piece and marquee piece....now
>> fortunately scanned, cleaned up, (not fully vectorized yet),


>it will be fully as soon as possible, I'm pretty busy with some cabinet restoration.
> Xevious and Midway Space Invaders.

>Xevious artwork eat me a lot of time.

>next week I'll be abble to borrow some time for tracing stuff.


No hurry there, just thanks with getting the Desert Patrol pieces started.

I am glad Mr. Do was able to get the Desert Patrol pieces scanned before Astro Laser cocktail table piece arrived at Mr. Do's front door.

That Astro Laser scan project and size of that Astro Laser table piece could keep Mr. Do busy scanning for nearly a month. :-)

That table piece is extremely large and then some.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: vectorzorg]
#106375 - 03/26/07 04:27 PM


> it will be fully as soon as possible, I'm pretty busy with some cabinet restoration.
> Xevious and Midway Space Invaders.
>
> Xevious artwork eat me a lot of time.


OOOOOOO Xevious! That should have been on my list. Great game and good bezel.



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#106377 - 03/26/07 04:32 PM


> While on subject of Gremlin, the Frogs front bezel piece needs to be found also.

Good catch. I missed that one.

>
> > Circus (Exidy 1977) Bezel/marquee with lamps similar to Skydiver
>
> This and Midway Clowns is another needing to be found.
>
> Clowns bezel piece is magnificent.....much better than the gameplay of Clowns. imo
> Circus sounds were always better than Clowns. I played both games in arcades in late
> 1970's.

Did Clowns use the lamps also? I've never seen a good picture of this one.


>
> > Subs (Atari 1977) Uses backdrop
>
> I don't recall Atari Subs using a backdrop. I do recall an overlay piece being used
> with monitor. I'll have to look again. I know I have cab photos on a disc somewhere.

I think I miss type. Should have said Overlay. I wasn't speaking from expereince. I've never played the game on a real machine, just read on MAWS.

> > Dog Patch (Midway 1977)
>
> Needs everything. bezel, interior side scenery pieces, backdrop.

I wasn't sure about a backdrop for Dog Patch. I didn't save copies of the pictures you posted. Thanks for the clarification.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: Mr. Do]
#106378 - 03/26/07 04:38 PM


> Good list
>
> If you don't mind, I'm going to steal this from you, as I've been wanting to get
> around to something similar to this; just couldn't get myself started.


No problem.


Thanks for all the updates. Very exciting stuff going on. Especailly Atari Football and Baseball, Destroyer and Subs!



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#106506 - 03/28/07 12:55 AM


> > it will be fully as soon as possible, I'm pretty busy with some cabinet
> restoration.
> > Xevious and Midway Space Invaders.
> >
> > Xevious artwork eat me a lot of time.
>
> OOOOOOO Xevious! That should have been on my list. Great game and good bezel.

I'm not tracing the bezel, just traced the CPO and attraction panel for my own cab.
now to send it to a good printer



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Everything else is unimportant to me atm

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#106587 - 03/29/07 12:04 AM


OK, so I guess I'm a fiend for lists. I went through MAWS and noted every game made before 1980 that included decorated bezels, but I hadn't already mentioned in the first post (Vector games and games with lamps/LEDs, backdrops or overlays). There's quite a few! Note that this list is limited to the games that had visible bezels in the cabinet images. I likely missed some, especially if there isn't a cabinet image in MAWS or the game hasn't been emulated yet.

These were the days before Pac-Man and the arcade explosion of the early 1980s. Lots of great but forgotten games here, with some interesting artwork. I especially like the Universal games, Crash, Robot Bowl, Sky Raider and Atari Basketball.


  • 3D Bowling (Meadows 1978) Used interior cardboard scenery.
  • Ace (Allied Leisure 1976)
  • Acrobat TV (Taito 1977) Same as Exidy Circus, but didn't use lamps(?). Image
  • Amazing Maze (Midway 1976) Done.
  • Astro Fighter (Data East 1979)
  • Barricade (RamTek 1976) DONE.
  • Basketball (Atari 1979) Outer bezel Done!. Inner bezel and "crowd" image in the works.
  • Blasto (Gremlin 1978)
  • Bomb Bee (Namco 1979)
  • Cascade (Sidam 1978) Atari Avalanche clone.
  • Clowns (Midway 1978) In the works.
  • Cops'n Robbers (Atari 1976) In the works (TrevEB)
  • Cosmic Alien (Universal 1979) In the works (Mikonos)
  • Cosmic Guerilla (Universal 1979) Done!
  • Cosmic Monsters (Universal 1979)
  • Cosmic Monsters 2 (Universal 1979)
  • Cosmo (TDS & Mints 1979) Did this game have a decorated bezel?
  • Crash (Exidy 1979) This game's ROMs are now freely available for non-commercial use. In the works.
  • Cutie Q (Namco 1979) Did this game have a decorated bezel?
  • Deep Scan (Sega 1979)
  • Dead Eye (Meadows 1978) Done!
  • Dodgem (Zaccaria 1979)
  • Field Goal (Taito 1979) Used inner and outer bezel.
  • Fire One (Exidy 1979) Very cool split screen bezel. This game's rom is now freely avaialble for non-commercial use. In the works (TrevEB)
  • Galaxian (Zaccaria 1979)
  • Galaxian (Namco 1979) Midway and European Namco versions Done! Japanese Namco Version needed.
  • Gee Bee (Namco 1978)
  • Hit Me (RamTek 1976) only pre-1980 gambling game currently in MAME. Blackjack themed.
  • Hustle (Gremlin 1977)Done! Taito version also needed. Image
  • Invader's Revenge (Zenitone-Microsec Ltd. 1979) Done!
  • Invasion (Sidam 1979) Space Invaders clone.
  • Lazer Command (Meadows Games, Inc. 1976) Both upright and cabaret versions.
  • Lunar Rescue (Taito 1979) Done! Space Invaders conversion version also needed. Bezel was the same as the border on this flyer.
  • Minesweeper (Amutech 1977)
  • Monte Carlo (Atari 1979)
  • Moon Base (Nichibutsu 1979) Space Invaders Part II licensed clone.
  • Pool Shark (Atari 1977)DONE.
  • Rip Cord (Exidy 1979) Bezel in the works! (TrevEB) Did this game use a blue overlay? The flyer seems to imply that it did. This game's rom is now freely available for non-commercial use.
  • Robot Bowl (Exidy 1977) In the works (myclone). This game's rom is now freely available for non-commercial use.
  • Rolling Crash / Moon Base (Nichibutsu 1979)
  • Safari Rally (SNK 1979)
  • Space Chaser (Taito 1979)
  • Space Invaders Part II (Taito 1979)
  • Straight Flush (Taito 1979) Pix 1 Pix 2.
  • Sheriff (Nintendo 1979)
  • Shuffleboard (Midway 1978) Used the same bezel as Midway's "Bowling Alley"
  • Side Track (Exidy 1979) This game's rom is now freely available for non-commercial use. In the works (TrevEB)
  • Sky Raider (Atari 1978) Used outer bezel, interior scenery art and inner bezel/opaque overlay. Cabinet similar to Destroyer & Starship 1. Additional pictures
  • Smokey Joe (Atari 1978)[/url] Done! One player version of Fire Truck
  • Space Launcher (Nintendo 1979)
  • Springboard (Subelectro 1977) UK licensed version of Midway's Clowns.
  • Star Cruiser (RamTek 1977) In the works (TrevEB)
  • Star Fire (Exidy 1979)Done. This game's rom is now freely available for non-commercial use.
  • Super Breakout (Atari 1978) DONE.
  • Super Knockout (Subelectro 1978) UK license of Atari's Super Breakout
  • Tournament Table (Atari 1978) 4 player cocktail table. Used inner bezel and artwork on glass.
  • Ultra Tank (Atari 1978)


EDIT: Moved M-4 to main list because it used a backdrop image. Thanks gregf.
EDIT: Moved Midway's Bowling Alley to main list because of it's "Flash Scoring" lamp panel. Thanks gregf.
EDIT 5/11/07: Added new freely available Exidy rom information.
EDIT 5/29/07: Added Smokey Joe
EDIT 7/2/07: Added RamTek's Hit Me
Edit 7/3/07: Added Subelectro's "Super Knockout", "Springboard"
Edit 8/13/07: Added Minesweeper. Thanks gregf.
Edit 1/2/08: Added Road Runner which was recently dumped
Edit 1/2/08: Moved Road Runner to main list.
Edit 7/8/08: Added Namco version of Galaxian
Edit 3/2/09: Added Acrobat TV and details about Hustle
Edit 3/3/09: Added Lunar Rescue "Space Invaders Conversion" version. Thanks gregf!

Edited by jcroach (12/17/12 04:07 PM)



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Re: The early days: Pre-1980 games new [Re: jcroach]
#106597 - 03/29/07 03:57 AM





>M-4 (Midway 1977) Did this game use a backdrop or overlay?

My Midway M-4 parts catalog confirms backdrop and interior side scenery pieces as follows:

----------
0626-00902-01SC Side scenery card - left
0626-00902-02SC Side scenery card - right
0626-00903-00SC Background scenery card
------


No mention of transparent overlay piece.




Sizeable list there. And that doesn't include non-cpu games.

Got a nice start with Atari Tank 2, Atari Pong, Monaco GP, and a minor portion of PSE Desert Patrol artwork....which there is also an interior overlay piece that provides text description such as "Time Remaining", "Score", etc. That piece hasn't been found yet.



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Video Pinball clone?!?! new [Re: jcroach]
#106680 - 03/30/07 04:04 PM


This is for all the Video Pinball lovers. I've never seen this game before. It's not in MAWS and presumably not in MAME, but I found it on TAFA.

The game's called Rugby and is from the Italian company Sidam. It appears to be a Video Pinball clone from the 1970s, complete with new playfield.

Who knew?!

Link to flyer.



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Re: Video Pinball clone?!?! new [Re: jcroach]
#106687 - 03/30/07 05:36 PM


It's a Wanted Dump.

Sidam
"Rugby" (1979) -- clone of Atari's "Video Pinball" (!)

TAFA says 1976 for the release, but I suspect that's incorrect.

> This is for all the Video Pinball lovers. I've never seen this game before. It's not
> in MAWS and presumably not in MAME, but I found it on TAFA.
>
> The game's called Rugby and is from the Italian company Sidam. It appears to be a
> Video Pinball clone from the 1970s, complete with new playfield.
>
> Who know?!
>
> Link to flyer.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#106806 - 04/01/07 03:43 PM


> Safari (Gremlin 1977) Uses backdrop, bezel and interior scenery art

I got partial pics of this one and I heard Kiltron was working on it.
There's another piece of it sitting at Karasu's place which I think he's hoarding along with some undumped PCBs I bought and had sent to him possibly almost a year ago! Anyone live near Ohio? Need someone to visit him with half a dozen of your mates and kick his ass a bit.


> Triple Hunt (Atari 1977) At least partially in the works.

I have all of the Witch Hunt pieces (3)


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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: TheGuru]
#106818 - 04/01/07 05:21 PM


> > Safari (Gremlin 1977) Uses backdrop, bezel and interior scenery art
>
> I got partial pics of this one and I heard Kiltron was working on it.
> There's another piece of it sitting at Karasu's place which I think he's hoarding
> along with some undumped PCBs I bought and had sent to him possibly almost a year
> ago! Anyone live near Ohio? Need someone to visit him with half a dozen of your mates
> and kick his ass a bit.

Not hoarding; just other circumstances that I don't think he wants to talk about here.

> > Triple Hunt (Atari 1977) At least partially in the works.
>
> I have all of the Witch Hunt pieces (3)

Well then, mate, get scanning or shipping

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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#107063 - 04/04/07 09:48 AM


>
> Cosmic Avenger (Universal 1981) In the works
>

Great to see that it is worked on and will be coming someday. It is certainly one of my absolute favourites.

>
> Can you tell I like the Universal and Zaccaria artwork?
>

Why wouldn't you? I think everyone who had seen their cabs in real life will never forget them. And it usually is not because of the gameplay, though there had been quite a few really nice ones as well admittedly.



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Re: $200 reward new [Re: Mr. Do]
#107187 - 04/05/07 11:47 AM


> > > Safari (Gremlin 1977) Uses backdrop, bezel and interior scenery art
> >
> > I got partial pics of this one and I heard Kiltron was working on it.
> > There's another piece of it sitting at Karasu's place which I think he's hoarding
> > along with some undumped PCBs I bought and had sent to him possibly almost a year
> > ago! Anyone live near Ohio? Need someone to visit him with half a dozen of your
> mates and kick his ass a bit.
>
> Not hoarding; just other circumstances that I don't think he wants to talk about
> here.

I don't see any issues apart from an amazing and appalling amount of laziness. I paypalled him US$200 to pack it up and send it all in one or two boxes. Given almost 1 year, that's surely do-able. So far nothing has happened.
Come on, surely there's someone in Ohio who wants to kick ass? ;-)
I'll put $200 on the line as a reward to whoever gets the job done and gets those items/packages out to me.


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#107239 - 04/05/07 11:35 PM


Where in Ohio, I am always looking to vent some agression- since i don't Mosh anymore!



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#107269 - 04/06/07 05:27 AM


> Where in Ohio, I am always looking to vent some agression- since i don't Mosh
> anymore!


Put on some old Scumdogs or some Hell-O and relive the good ol' days.



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> > Where in Ohio, I am always looking to vent some agression- since i don't Mosh
> > anymore!
>
> Put on some old Scumdogs or some Hell-O and relive the good ol' days.
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> * Digs out punk cd collection... *


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> > Where in Ohio, I am always looking to vent some agression- since i don't Mosh
> > anymore!
>
> Put on some old Scumdogs or some Hell-O and relive the good ol' days.
>
> * Digs out punk cd collection... *

Even some Sadam a Go-go
Or Maggotts used to get me going.

Fuck now i need to hear so GOR GOR!!!! ( Mommies, i been steeling your Babies )
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...but its a bit complicated not sure if it will be possible to transfer to MAME.

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Re: I'd love to have Star Wars Upright Bezel... new [Re: Ad_Enuff]
#108001 - 04/13/07 06:37 PM


> ...but its a bit complicated not sure if it will be possible to transfer to MAME.

I thought about this one too. It's really a classic cabinet. It might end up looking like Mr. Do's recent Tron monitor shroud. It have to be done from photographs becasue of the 3D nature of the art.

I remember seeing a low-rez version of this game's bezel art for pre-0.107 MAME. It was based on a photograph taken with the bezel laying flat, so you could unforunately see the "top" of the bezel piece that would normally be hidden under the top of the cabinet. It might have been from this image at KLOV:



For it to look right, you'd have to take the picture at the same angle that you'd view the cabinet. You;d have to decide where to "cut off" the bezel too. Maybe right above the control panel.



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Most wanted list one year later new [Re: jcroach]
#147511 - 03/27/08 07:57 PM


Bump

Just thorough I'd bump this up show the kind of progress that has been made in just a short year. I've been keeping this list up to date all year.

Full artwork for some of my favorites:
After Burner (Sega 1987)
Chase H.Q. (Taito 1988)
Subs (Atari 1977)
Space Fury (Sega 1981)
Devil Zone (Universal 1980)
Domino Man (Bally Midway 1982)
Magical Spot (Universal 1980)
Mouse Trap (Exidy 1981)
Ms. Pac-Man (Midway 1981)
Rampage (Bally Midway 1986)
Tetris (Atari Games 1988)
Barricade (RamTek 1976)
Super Breakout (Atari 1978)
Space Encounters (Midway 1980)
Space Tactics (Sega 1981) Lamps Done!

Lots of other great classic games with at least partial artwork and even more that I didn't have on these lists. Thank you Mr. Do! and all of the other contributors.

Looking forward to such great games as Video Pinball, the backdrop for Tornado Baseball/Extra Innings, Circus, Berzerk, Moon Patrol and reworked Boot Hill!



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#147545 - 03/28/08 04:16 AM


I have all the missing artwork for Solar Fox including Glass overlay, side pieces, and even the cabaret version

Now, if I can just find some time.

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Solar Fox new [Re: anoid]
#147584 - 03/28/08 03:42 PM


> I have all the missing artwork for Solar Fox including Glass overlay, side pieces,
> and even the cabaret version
>
> Now, if I can just find some time.
>
> A-Noid.

AWESOME! Please find the time. This is a great game. I'd love to see the artwork fully documented for MAME.



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Added World Rally new [Re: jcroach]
#151804 - 05/14/08 10:48 PM


World Rally's ROM is now freely available. So I added it to the wanted list. the game used at least an instruction card and may have had a licensed cockpit version.



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#151808 - 05/14/08 11:09 PM


> World Rally's ROM is now freely available. So I added it to the wanted list. the game
> used at least an instruction card and may have had a licensed cockpit version.

the cockpit game is vertical.. Gaelco's World Rally most certainly isn't ;-)



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Re: Added World Rally [Re: Haze]
#151835 - 05/15/08 08:59 AM


> > World Rally's ROM is now freely available. So I added it to the wanted list. the
> game
> > used at least an instruction card and may have had a licensed cockpit version.
>
> the cockpit game is vertical.. Gaelco's World Rally most certainly isn't ;-)

I played both actually: a seating cabinet and a vertical one. The former one was much better to play, the latter could have been unlicensed (you know italian arcades...)



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Re: Added World Rally new [Re: Haze]
#151854 - 05/15/08 04:06 PM


> > World Rally's ROM is now freely available. So I added it to the wanted list. the
> game
> > used at least an instruction card and may have had a licensed cockpit version.
>
> the cockpit game is vertical.. Gaelco's World Rally most certainly isn't ;-)

So, do you think that flyer is of an unlicensed clone or is it possibly a different game with the same name?



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Re: Added World Rally new [Re: jcroach]
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> > > World Rally's ROM is now freely available. So I added it to the wanted list. the
> > game
> > > used at least an instruction card and may have had a licensed cockpit version.
> >
> > the cockpit game is vertical.. Gaelco's World Rally most certainly isn't ;-)
>
> So, do you think that flyer is of an unlicensed clone or is it possibly a different
> game with the same name?

a different game.. probably something like 'driftout', vertical, overhead.

World Rally wouldn't work as a vertical game ;-)



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#152230 - 05/20/08 03:46 PM


...do we have a scan of it for vectoring/raster cleanup?



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> ...do we have a scan of it for vectoring/raster cleanup?


It's already done



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#152239 - 05/20/08 06:09 PM



> It's already done


Pretty please????



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Update [Re: jcroach]
#156845 - 07/09/08 10:03 PM


I updated my list based on Mr. Do's recent major update. Lots of great stuff preserved, but still more classics left to find.



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Laserdisc Games new [Re: jcroach]
#160942 - 08/15/08 10:42 PM


One more list for you all. This time laserdisc games, since that's what all the buzz is about lately.

I loved Dragon's Lair as a kid. I never played it often because it was 2x or sometime 4x the cost of other games. But I was fascinated by the cartoon like graphics. Cartoons and arcade games, great things for an 8 year old.

It's great to see laserdisc game support come to MAME. I can't wait for it to be working and the CHDs released! Some games listed still needed to be added to MAME.

Much like vector games, no new laserdisc games are being produced. I think that makes them even more important for preservation. IMHO. In some cases, the artwork is nearly essential to play the game, like the score counter on Dragon's Lair. Some of the rest of the art, like Bega's Battle or Esh's Aurunmilla for instance, is better than others.



Other "American Laser Games" games may have had European bezel art or used the Mad Dog McCree bezel. Confirmation needed.

EDIT: Added Laser Grand Prix. Thanks Tafoid
EDIT 8/16/08: Based on comments by Mr. Do.
EDIT 8/16/08: Removed Firefox. No artwork.
EDIT 8/18/08: Update with info from Jwallace
EDIT 8/19/08: Added details on Time Traveler. Thanks jwallace
EDIT 5/25/11: Updated Us Vs. Them.

Edited by jcroach (03/07/12 04:28 PM)



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Re: Laserdisc Games [Re: jcroach]
#160944 - 08/15/08 10:59 PM


> One more list for you all. This time laserdisc games, since that's what all the buzz
> is about lately.

There are quite a few missing if you are making a master list (taken from MAME):

zortonbr [Zorton Brothers (Los Justicieros)]
aplatoon [Platoon]
fastdraw [Fast Draw Showdown]
gallgall [Gallagher's Gallery]
lastbh [The Last Bounty Hunter]
maddog2 [Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold]
spacepir [Space Pirates]
wsjr [Who Shot Johnny Rock?]
cliffhgr [Cliff Hanger]
gpworld [GP World]
lgp [Laser Grand Prix]
Cube Quest (should be added to MAME soon)



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Re: Laserdisc Games [Re: Tafoid]
#160950 - 08/15/08 11:14 PM


> > One more list for you all. This time laserdisc games, since that's what all the
> buzz
> > is about lately.
>
> There are quite a few missing if you are making a master list (taken from MAME):
>
> zortonbr [Zorton Brothers (Los Justicieros)]
> aplatoon [Platoon]
> fastdraw [Fast Draw Showdown]
> gallgall [Gallagher's Gallery]
> lastbh [The Last Bounty Hunter]
> maddog2 [Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold]
> spacepir [Space Pirates]
> wsjr [Who Shot Johnny Rock?]
> cliffhgr [Cliff Hanger]
> gpworld [GP World]
> lgp [Laser Grand Prix]
> Cube Quest (should be added to MAME soon)

I only listed games that I knew had bezel art. From KLOV, TAFA or other web sources. If you have pictures of the cabinets of any of these, I'd love to see them.

EDIT: Here's one from your list.
Laser Grand Prix



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#160968 - 08/16/08 04:17 AM


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Re: Laserdisc Games new [Re: jcroach]
#160979 - 08/16/08 09:50 AM



We have Cobra Command and Interstellar.

Don't think a "dedicated" DL2 has actual artwork.

99% positive the cockpit Mach-3 is the same as the standup

Cube Quest has instructions printed on the bottom of the bezel. And we need a "dedicated" keyboard panel for Thayer's Quest. Those pics can be seen here:

http://mrdo.mameworld.info/caex2004/laser.html




Great resource for pics is here:

http://www.d-l-p.com/games/



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Re: Laserdisc Games new [Re: Mr. Do]
#161000 - 08/16/08 02:33 PM


> We have Cobra Command and Interstellar.
>
> Don't think a "dedicated" DL2 has actual artwork.
>
> 99% positive the cockpit Mach-3 is the same as the standup
>
> Cube Quest has instructions printed on the bottom of the bezel. And we need a
> "dedicated" keyboard panel for Thayer's Quest. Those pics can be seen here:
>
> http://mrdo.mameworld.info/caex2004/laser.html
>
>
> Great resource for pics is here:
>
> http://www.d-l-p.com/games/

Thanks for the links! And pictures. I'll update accordingly.

Here's some more images.

http://www.rotheblog.com/2007/07/photos/...mesWarehouseBuy

http://picasaweb.google.com/rothecreations/LaserDiscArcadeGamesWarehouseBuy

Edited by jcroach (08/16/08 02:34 PM)



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Re: Laserdisc Games new [Re: jcroach]
#161251 - 08/18/08 04:58 PM


Just a note on some of these, I think there are alternate bezels for ALG games in Europe,l since they were distributed by Atari. Certainly Mad Dog 2 had a little sticker for the gun holsters on the deluxe cab, that gave a vital gameplay hint that was missed off the disc. There may even be a Japanese Capcom bezel out there for it

As for COPS, the lights are the only clue as to how many shots and lives you have, there's no OSD other than the bullet mark itself (cheapass hardware FTW). There's also an alphanumeric display at the base of the screen for scoring etc.



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Re: Laserdisc Games new [Re: JWallace]
#161254 - 08/18/08 06:18 PM


> Just a note on some of these, I think there are alternate bezels for ALG games in
> Europe,l since they were distributed by Atari. Certainly Mad Dog 2 had a little
> sticker for the gun holsters on the deluxe cab, that gave a vital gameplay hint that
> was missed off the disc. There may even be a Japanese Capcom bezel out there for it
>
> As for COPS, the lights are the only clue as to how many shots and lives you have,
> there's no OSD other than the bullet mark itself (cheapass hardware FTW). There's
> also an alphanumeric display at the base of the screen for scoring etc.

Thanks for all the info! You wouldn't have any pictures of any of these, would you?



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Re: Laserdisc Games new [Re: jcroach]
#161265 - 08/18/08 09:03 PM


Unfortunately, no - I went on a trip to try to get hold of a picture of the Mad Dog 2 overlay, but it seems to not be around in that location anymore.



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Re: Added World Rally new [Re: Haze]
#161266 - 08/18/08 09:16 PM


> > > > World Rally's ROM is now freely available. So I added it to the wanted list.

Marginally related in the art forum, but since World Rally was brought up... it's still not added to the list of legal rom download page in mame world. Its an awesome game, and newcomers will miss out on it if they don't hunt the forums for legal rom posts. Who can i talk to about adding it to that list?



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Re: Added World Rally [Re: Gatinho]
#161278 - 08/19/08 01:23 AM


> > > > > World Rally's ROM is now freely available. So I added it to the wanted list.
>
> Marginally related in the art forum, but since World Rally was brought up... it's
> still not added to the list of legal rom download page in mame world. Its an awesome
> game, and newcomers will miss out on it if they don't hunt the forums for legal rom
> posts. Who can i talk to about adding it to that list?

As far as I am aware, the arrangement that was made was to require people to goto Gaelco's site and get the rom there only. I think at the very least a link denoting such a fact should be on MAMEDEV as given the rate of releases, a person new to MAME wouldn't really have a clue that it's a not-for-profit download from the manufacturer.



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Re: Laserdisc Games new [Re: JWallace]
#161361 - 08/19/08 06:40 PM


On that subject, I 'have' found a supplier of Time Traveler art pieces - not that there are that many needed.

http://www.game-restore.com/Time%20Traveler%20Parts.html



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Time Traveler and Holosseum new [Re: JWallace]
#161391 - 08/19/08 10:19 PM


> On that subject, I 'have' found a supplier of Time Traveler art pieces - not that
> there are that many needed.
>
> http://www.game-restore.com/Time%20Traveler%20Parts.html

Thanks for the link. I'm surprised they don't sell the geometric shapes that are placed inside of the cabinet. I did learn from that site that this game used a LED display for scoring. I wonder if "Holosseum" used the same display given that it was a conversion for this unique cabinet.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? Arkanoid Revenge of Doh ! <nt> [Re: jcroach]
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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? Arkanoid Revenge of Doh ! <nt> new [Re: mrclean]
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I'm surprised that wasn't on my list. It's one of my favorites too and pretty cool art. I had a contact with a AROD cabinet, but he didn't have access to a scanner.

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Re: Requested a while ago but would still love to see Gemini Wing [Re: jcroach]
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A while ago (a little over a year) I requested the Gemini Wing Bezel, It's got great art work and a great game! any ways would love to see this get worked on soon, thanks!

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Looking at it, it needs a lot of love and attention all over.... new [Re: mrclean]
#170361 - 11/05/08 01:53 PM


> A while ago (a little over a year) I requested the Gemini Wing Bezel, It's got great
> art work and a great game! any ways would love to see this get worked on soon,
> thanks!

...I'm unsure if I've seen it on the FTP. If its there I'll take a closer inspection of it. But it looks like a long project.

At the moment I'm working on Invaders Revenge and Jack the Giant Killer....



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where is this bezel? I looke don the FTP and it isnt there? new [Re: mrclean]
#170473 - 11/06/08 04:29 PM


...is this one with Mr Do!? Or am I going blind?



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Re: where is this bezel? I looke don the FTP and it isnt there? new [Re: Ad_Enuff]
#170476 - 11/06/08 05:01 PM


> ...is this one with Mr Do!? Or am I going blind?

I still need to upload it.



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Ahh that makes sense then..... new [Re: Mr. Do]
#170477 - 11/06/08 05:07 PM


> I still need to upload it.

..I thought I was going blind for a second.....



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? [Re: jcroach]
#183307 - 03/02/09 11:12 PM


Added a couple of the games to this list and the pre-1980 list. Hard to believe the list is almost 2 years old!



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#183418 - 03/03/09 04:53 PM


Might I suggest Midway's 18 Wheeler? It uses a CPU, but no screen, just lamps. So it would need good artwork to be supported.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: ranger_lennier]
#183422 - 03/03/09 06:29 PM


> Might I suggest Midway's 18 Wheeler? It uses a CPU, but no screen, just lamps. So it
> would need good artwork to be supported.

Cool game, but I'm only including games on my list that are currently supported by MAME.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#183488 - 03/04/09 03:33 AM


Unless I'm totally blind, I didn't see Rygar at ALL on this list - and that (and Jackal) are way, way up there for me.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? [Re: jcroach]
#183584 - 03/04/09 08:35 PM


> > Might I suggest Midway's 18 Wheeler? It uses a CPU, but no screen, just lamps. So
> it
> > would need good artwork to be supported.
>
> Cool game, but I'm only including games on my list that are currently supported by
> MAME.

It's been dumped, but will only be included with good artwork support since it wouldn't really do anything without it, so worth an exception I would say.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? [Re: ranger_lennier]
#183595 - 03/04/09 11:05 PM



> > Might I suggest Midway's 18 Wheeler? It uses a CPU, but no screen, just lamps. So
> it
> > would need good artwork to be supported.
>
> Cool game, but I'm only including games on my list that are currently supported by
> MAME.


>It's been dumped, but will only be included with good artwork support since it wouldn't
> really do anything without it, so worth an exception I would say.

I haven't seen any parts for sale or quality photos of Midway 18 Wheeler.

http://www.arcadeflyers.com/?page=thumbs&db=arcadedb&id=98


Ideal if someone has time to add support for the game even though it is a non-videoscreen game. It might share some features of Astrocade driver. It is z80 cpu controlled and uses roms.

http://mamedev.org/source/src/mame/drivers/astrocde.c.html




Another non-videoscreen product, Data East Destiny, does have a head start with its own driver. Artwork and printer support needed later.

http://www.arcadeflyers.com/?page=thumbs&db=arcadedb&id=960

http://mamedev.org/source/src/mame/drivers/deshoros.c.html



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#185184 - 03/16/09 05:47 PM


Well, here's my wishlist:

Bezels/Instruction Cards:

- Pit-Fighter
- Guardians Of The 'Hood
- Blasteroids
- D.D. Crew
- WWF Wrestlemania
- New Rally-X
- Double Dragon



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: R.Coltrane]
#185194 - 03/16/09 07:00 PM


> Well, here's my wishlist:
>
> Bezels/Instruction Cards:
>
> - Pit-Fighter
> - Guardians Of The 'Hood
> - Blasteroids
> - D.D. Crew
> - WWF Wrestlemania
> - New Rally-X
> - Double Dragon

Double Dragon is already done:



There's already a bezel for New Rally-X. It's the same as Rally-X. Have you seen something that indicates that it was different?



Blasteroids would be a good one! It would complete the Asteroids/Asteroids Deluxe/Space Duel/Blasteroids series



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#185240 - 03/17/09 01:05 AM Attachment: blstroid.png 676 KB (3 downloads)


Crude but it works for me.

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> Crude but it works for me.

Here's a better, yet still not great image. Mr. Do, is this useful?

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Re: Better Blasteroids image new [Re: jcroach]
#185323 - 03/18/09 01:08 AM


> > Crude but it works for me.
>
> Here's a better, yet still not great image. Mr. Do, is this useful?

From shoegazer, right? Yup, I have that one =D



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? [Re: jcroach]
#186079 - 03/26/09 08:36 PM


> > Well, here's my wishlist:
> >
> > Bezels/Instruction Cards:
> >
> > - Pit-Fighter
> > - Guardians Of The 'Hood
> > - Blasteroids
> > - D.D. Crew
> > - WWF Wrestlemania
> > - New Rally-X
> > - Double Dragon
>
> Double Dragon is already done:
>
>
> There's already a bezel for New Rally-X. It's the same as Rally-X. Have you seen
> something that indicates that it was different?
>
>
> Blasteroids would be a good one! It would complete the Asteroids/Asteroids
> Deluxe/Space Duel/Blasteroids series


Sorry, I missed those! So here's my updated Wish List:

- Alien Storm
- Altered Beast
- Blood Warrior
- D.D. Crew
- Guardians Of The 'Hood
- Jackie Chan Kung-Fu Master / Fists Of Fire
- Jail Break
- Lethal Enforcers 2 - Gun Fighters
- Mace: The Dark Age
- Pit-Fighter
- Saint Dragon
- Street Fighter: The Movie
- Tekken
- Tokio
- Virtua Cop
- Virtua Cop 2
- Virtua Fighter 2
- WWF Wrestlemania

That's it! Thanks!



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#198001 - 08/03/09 03:44 PM


Just a bump to keep this tread from dying. Added info on recently dumped Midway's Space Walk (1978)



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Re: Better Blasteroids image [Re: Mr. Do]
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> > > Crude but it works for me.
> >
> > Here's a better, yet still not great image. Mr. Do, is this useful?
>
> From shoegazer, right? Yup, I have that one =D

Taken from probably same cab as shoegazer took his from, this is from videotopia's collection at vgxpo '07
Fullsize image attached, because I can.
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Discs of Tron: Done! new [Re: jcroach]
#205288 - 10/28/09 11:45 PM


Bump to keep this thread from dying.

Edited by jcroach (10/28/09 11:45 PM)



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3 year anniversary new [Re: jcroach]
#217518 - 03/22/10 06:29 PM


This thread is now 3 years old. Lots of great artwork has been completed in that time and lots more to look forward to in the future.


A big thnaks to everyone who has contributed!



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Re: 3 year anniversary new [Re: jcroach]
#217557 - 03/22/10 11:55 PM




>This thread is now 3 years old. Lots of great artwork has been completed in that time
> and lots more to look forward to in the future.

Keeping the thread from disappearing there. ;-)


>A big thanks to everyone who has contributed!

Same here. Lots of additions over time.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#233779 - 09/18/10 07:17 PM


I updated the list based on the awesome recent acquisitions by TrevEB



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Still looking for the Gemini Wing bezel years later! new [Re: mrclean]
#238236 - 11/07/10 12:12 AM


I still hope someday that this will end up in MAME, I still would love to add a dedicated cabinet into my collection... I still can't seem to find the Marquee for this game along with the CPO. I think the sideart is just generic tecmo side art.. but I can be wrong.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
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> Blue Shark (Midway 1978) Uses backdrop, interior scenery art and bezel.
> Taito version In the works. (Mr. Do and zorg)

I guess you will be bble to remove one more entrie on this list.

ble shark (taito version) will be available soon.

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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: gregf]
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> The only other is the PSE Desert Patrol bezel piece and marquee piece....now
> fortunately scanned, cleaned up, (not fully vectorized yet), and hosted on Mr. Do's site.


seems now it's fully vectored.....
some color cleaning and it will be uploaded to MrDo

that was a really long long shot for this one sorry for the long expectative Greg.

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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? [Re: jcroach]
#240124 - 12/02/10 01:48 AM


Final Fight 2 (not Snes)

Final Fight 3 (not Snes)

Galaxy Force



and we could do was the speed up of 400 km 2-d Outrun arcade game. ( I do not know the full name of the game )

This game is not registered on the Klov and Arcade History web sites.



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Re: hooray..... Desert Patrol marquee new [Re: vectorzorg]
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>> The only other is the PSE Desert Patrol bezel piece and marquee piece....now
>> fortunately scanned, cleaned up, (not fully vectorized yet), and hosted on Mr. Do's site.

Project Support Engineering Desert Patrol flyer for those that have never seen cab before.

http://www.arcadeflyers.com/index.php?page=thumbs&db=videodb&id=1726


>seems now it's fully vectored.....
>some color cleaning and it will be uploaded to MrDo
>that was a really long long shot for this one sorry for the long expectative Greg.




Nice. Applauds for the long awaited work.

Send me a message when you feel the Desert Patrol work for bezel and marquee are fully complete. I can message later, but will wait some more. This will be great knowing that reprints should be possible in order to ensure the actual Desert Patrol cabs can still be preserved for as long as possible.

Seeing how Juergen B's TTL pong emulation visually shows non-cpu games will be ultra slow (at around 7 fps on high end machines), I figure Desert Patrol emulation running at full speed framerate might be another decade or two decades away.



I am glad the artwork part (bezel and marquee) appears complete. The game uses interior artwork pieces, but that is for another time whenever interior scenery pieces can ever be found. As always before, thanks again for doing this for one of my favorite non-cpu arcade games.



So..........how does a round of working with a marquee of PSE's Game Tree grab you? *j/k*


iirc I bought a marquee in 2008. It hasn't been scanned yet.

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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? [Re: jcroach]
#240892 - 12/10/10 06:34 AM


1. A good, clean closeup photo of the Battle Zone scope.
2. A good scan of the 6-player X-Men marquee.
3. A good, high-res face-on photo of a Mega-Tech cabinet.
4. A reproduction of the 'light bar' panel for Tron, the one between the bezel and the CPO.
5. The bezel for Shadow Dancer (the red one, not the grey one).



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: Nightvoice]
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> 1. A good, clean closeup photo of the Battle Zone scope.
> 2. A good scan of the 6-player X-Men marquee.
> 3. A good, high-res face-on photo of a Mega-Tech cabinet.
> 4. A reproduction of the 'light bar' panel for Tron, the one between the bezel and
> the CPO.
> 5. The bezel for Shadow Dancer (the red one, not the grey one).



For #1, if you're talking about the sticker under the scope, that's been done:

http://vector-zorg.blogspot.com/2009/10/battle-zone-instruction-stciker.html


For #5, it's been scanned already. Needs stitching and cleaning:

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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: Mr. Do]
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> > 1. A good, clean closeup photo of the Battle Zone scope.

> For #1, if you're talking about the sticker under the scope, that's been done:
>
> http://vector-zorg.blogspot.com/2009/10/battle-zone-instruction-stciker.html

vector version vailable here: http://vectorlib.free.fr/BattleZone/



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: Mr. Do]
#240977 - 12/11/10 11:34 AM


Re: Battle Zone

No, not that. What I want to do is frame the game with a photo of just the scope area itself, to make it appear as though you're looking through one at the game.

Re: Shadow Dancer

Thanks! Big help.



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New free roms! new [Re: jcroach]
#244677 - 01/26/11 07:10 PM


I updated the list to include the games whose ROMS were recently made available free for download at mamedev.org



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Re: Laserdisc Games [Re: jcroach]
#245562 - 02/03/11 06:08 AM


what will be needed to run the games in mame.mpegs?



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#245654 - 02/04/11 06:30 AM


major havoc and the blinking roller contoller like in atari anthology.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jumpmaniac81]
#245656 - 02/04/11 06:36 AM


> major havoc and the blinking roller contoller like in atari anthology.


Grab it from the "Other Artwork" page:

http://mrdo.mameworld.info/mame_otherart.html





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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: Mr. Do]
#245968 - 02/07/11 08:03 AM


yes i found out a little late in fact i improved the artwork by blurring the light around the controller and giving it a gloss like glow but it needs work.i love improving the artwork at times.its one of my pastimes for sure.thank you.



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Re: Laserdisc Games new [Re: jumpmaniac81]
#245971 - 02/07/11 11:59 AM


Full CHD files of the original Laser Discs. They tend to be around 10GB when made.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? new [Re: jcroach]
#251567 - 04/12/11 04:03 AM


I'm working on Sega Champion Boxing bit by bit. If anyone has a good font for the instruction card, send it.



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? [Re: Nightvoice]
#251808 - 04/14/11 09:05 PM


This one looks good, (Arial Rounded)

http://www.identifont.com/identify?32+%2...8B+1QY+7G+8R2+M



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Re: What's on your "most wanted" list? [Re: TrevEB]
#251862 - 04/15/11 12:17 PM


'Cept.......... it costs money. And I haven't had income since prehistoric times.


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