> ...the machine actually runs off a 1GHz Pentium III with 768MB of RAM, a 40GB hard > drive and a GeForce 2 MX200 AGP graphics card. Bootup time is horrible, about 5 to 10 > minutes! > > That sounds familiar....hmmm > > So the Mame Devs are interested in ripping machines that may not be arcade machines, > or arcade machines that might be still sold and relevantly new on a legacy platform. > > Do you know who the manufacture is? If so have you contacted them? Is this operator > the copyright owner of the game? > > I would be upset if I coded that game only to find a dump on the Internet of the very > same game I was going to sell or port to a console platform. (BlazBlue: Calamity > Trigger ring any bells?) > > Its not like you devs have to look at unique schematics and code it for Mame. > > Sounds dodgy to me. > > Just saying... > > Update: > Looks like they are still around. Pretty cool website too. > Maybe they can sell you a copy. > > G&C Tech Co., Ltd. > Gongju National Univ., Shinkwan-dong, Gongju Si, Chungcheongnam-do 314-701, Korea > Shin Kwan Woo > +82-41-857-7473
Proper channels can be a double edge sword too. Rare-ish machine...dump it and sit on it IMO. MAMEDev seems to have no problem holding on to things until the time is right and/or respecting the wishes of manufacturers.