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MAME HSC - Round 8/10 - Indiana Jones / Guzzler


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This round's game 1 of 2:

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

 

ROM Name: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (set 1)

ROM File: indytemp

Picked by: evan04

 

DIP settings (changes from default shown in RED ) :

 

Internal defaults

Player's choice on difficulty level

Please use single-credit (3 lives)

 

 

This round's game 2 of 2:

Guzzler

 

ROM Name: Guzzler

ROM File: guzzler

Picked by: Floyd Turbo

 

DIP settings (changes from default shown in RED ) :

 

Difficulty: easy

Bonus life: 30k every 100k

Lives: 3 

 

 

Console Side-Quest:

What is one of the best simultaneous multiplayer games you remember on a retro console or handheld?  Post a score for 1 bonus point. 

 

 

Rules:

 

  • Please change your DIPs to the settings listed.  If you're unsure how to do this, please ask
  • Screenshots required
  • No continues
  • No save states
  • No cheats
  • Any working version of MAME can be used, but the ROMs provided for this competition will be verified to work on MAME v0.139.  The "user interface" version of MAME v0.139 can be downloaded at: http://www.progettosnaps.net/mameui/

 

Competition ends: Sunday February 26, 11:59pm PST

 

Previous Round Results:

 

Jail Break

Score

Points

MAME Offender

71,700

12

Cynicaster

60,500

9

Floyd Turbo

20,900

8

Hero2millions

7,600

7

evan04

6,600

6

S.BAZ

 

0

jblenkle

 

0

NE146

 

0

RuySan

 

0

 

Baraduke

Score

Points

Cynicaster

13,600

12

MAME Offender

9,440

9

Floyd Turbo

4,400

8

Hero2millions

3,200

7

evan04

3,020

6

S.BAZ

 

0

jblenkle

 

0

NE146

 

0

RuySan

 

0

 

CSQ Bonus

 

Hero2millions

 

Floyd Turbo

1

Cynicaster

1

MAME Offender

 

S.BAZ

 

jblenkle

 

evan04

 

NE146

 

RuySan

 

 

 

Standings to Date:

 

1

Cynicaster

182

2

MAME Offender

162

3

evan04

143

4

Floyd Turbo

136

5

Hero2millions

105

6

S.BAZ

99

7

NE146

8

8

jblenkle

7

9

RuySan

6

guzzler.zip indytemp.zip

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I'm gonna join in on the Console Side Quest.

 

 

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This supergem from Sega has provided me with hours and hours of entertainment.  It also has proven to me some of these console games stay fun forever.  

 

'Ol Cynicaster and I have fond memories playing this in our parents basement in the early 90s.

 

Fast forward to 2014.  I was working out of town in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.   Each day I would take a bus to work, as my residense was about 30 to 40 minutes from the Agrium Potash jobsite.

 

When working on the road, you can get lonely.  To fill the void, each bus ride both to and from the jobsite would involve me playing Streets of Rage on my cellphone( I d/l'ed a copy) .  

 

You would think that after beating it once, even twice that you would put it down.  Nope.  I played every day for a couple of months!! It kept me entertained for longer than you would expect.

 

Fast forward to 2023.  I cracked open Streets of Rage yet again.  It was still a blast to play!

 

It will be a game I will never forget.

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Guzzler - 44,470

Indy - 24,390

 

CSQ - How to play with the jewels.  Chain reactions really pump up the juice.   No lack of innuendos on this beauty that I had for the Sega Genesis.  You didn't have to be a very skilled gamer to have a blast with this game. 

Me and the wife still play it together. 

 

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Gotta go with Game Boy Tetris.  The ability to link Game Boys together was an extremely cool feature back then because it allowed for each player to have their own screen rather than sharing a playfield or doing split screen or whatever, like you had to do on consoles of the day.  
 

Unfortunately, the link feature required both players to have a copy of the cartridge, which was pretty hit and miss.  But since Tetris was the pack-in game, everyone had it, so that’s the game I played most on the link cable, by far.  Nailing a Tetris and sending a block of 4 lines over to your opponent was pure gold.  

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