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Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent?
05/25/17 04:13 AM


Remember years ago, played lots of bootlegs

Carrier airwing with a different sound hardware (not emulated)
Pengo running in, probably in the glob hardware (in pacman hardware), similar to the "super glob" sounds (german bootleg), not similar to the pacman hardware
Combat school bootleg wih different manufacturer, different sound hardware
Street fighter 2' CE, with similar speed to SF2 turbo, bootleg, other with "cut" music samples and sounds
Street fighter 2 with a different hardware to used in fcrash, probably a oldest pre final crash hardware (lot missing sprites, very low samples and music and broken endings)
Superman, with street smart sound hardware
Thunder dragon, bootleg with cheap (and terrible) sound hardware, broken final stage (lock enemies and invencible)
Super space fortress macross, bootleg with raiden sound hardware
Hacha mecha fighter, with raiden sound hardware
Acrobat mission, with raiden sound hardware







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* Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? TServo2049 05/17/17 05:59 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? fortuna_chan  05/25/17 04:13 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? gamez fan  05/19/17 09:53 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? uVSthem  05/21/17 10:49 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? CTOJAH  05/22/17 12:07 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? gamez fan  05/22/17 03:57 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? uVSthem  05/22/17 12:13 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? CTOJAH  05/22/17 12:21 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs/clones that are still more "playable" than parent? uVSthem  05/22/17 01:05 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? CTOJAH  05/18/17 05:37 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? CTOJAH  05/19/17 07:50 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? Haze  05/18/17 05:39 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? CTOJAH  05/18/17 06:17 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? Haze  05/18/17 06:23 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? CTOJAH  05/18/17 07:03 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? TServo2049  05/18/17 07:33 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? TServo2049  05/18/17 05:43 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? Sune  05/19/17 12:54 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? TServo2049  05/19/17 01:43 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? Haze  05/18/17 04:43 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? gamez fan  05/18/17 04:06 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? uVSthem  05/18/17 12:30 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? TServo2049  05/18/17 05:49 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? uVSthem  05/19/17 05:24 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? TServo2049  05/19/17 07:47 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? uVSthem  05/21/17 12:18 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? TServo2049  05/21/17 01:24 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? uVSthem  05/21/17 10:37 PM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? grog  05/18/17 02:38 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? Sthiryu  05/18/17 01:27 AM
. * Re: Bootlegs that are still more "playable" than parent? Diet Go Go Fan  05/17/17 11:24 PM

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