> When You say "Fix It Felix", You think of Fix It Felix JR. or am I missing something
I have no idea, are there 2 different games? It had the building in the background and most of the windows busted and there's a button to fix them and a button to jump and the cab looks like a hacked up Donkey Kong cab.
> Also, I wanna know if this game is candidate for MAME ?
Yes, it's a real arcade game, there's no denying it.
> P.S. I totally disagree with You regarding controls; everything is just right - You
> are moving (L,R,U,D) Your character around building by moving joystick rapidly (just
> let the stick off after You moved to the one of the sides), not keep pushing to one
> of the sides, perhaps that is Your problem with controls ?!
It's possible you've never played the real arcade version. When it came out there were people, I think on arcade controls forum, don't remember, who wanted the game in their cab so bad that someone re-wrote the game from scratch. On the game I played you move left or right and then about a second later the guy starts moving, and he doesn't stop when you let off the controller. It's like the polar opposite of the controls in Super Mario Bros. which were nothing short of phenomenal when it came out. It's also possible that you played the real version and this cab had the game break and they replaced it with the fake version, but I really really doubt it.
> P.P.S. There are at least 2 ports of this arcade game, one for PC and the other one
> for Sega MegaDrive/Genesis; both of them work just fine, too !
I wonder if the Genesis version was made officially or if it's another user remake.