> Yes, that I've figured it out...I made two simple tests ( besides noticing that nvram
> file does not exist without game roms ) :
> - had 15.000 "coin in" ,
> - delete nvram
> - back in game and it's absolute 0 everywhere ( new nvram created automatically )
> - After some hours of playing, copy nvram at that moment somwhere ( let's say, state
> of play x ).
> - Start game again, ofc 0 again like in test 1
> - Put back that nvram previously saved.
> - Game back to state of play x ( credits in/out, everything ).
> So, basically everything related to chips in/out, payout and stuff, are stored in
> that nvram file written by mame ( I think ).
> So...if that can be editable by some outside means, or not...I'd appreciate it
You could make an NVRAM file, back it up and use the same one but just add more credits and then using a hex editor you could compare the differences in the two files.
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