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  1. richardpen

    Club X DX (MFME 19.8 Edition)

    I've given this a go but how do you add keyboard shortcuts, I DON'T THINK THERE ARE ANY. Thanks for the layout.
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    Fire Cracker DX - BFM - Black Box

    Excellent. Looks great. Thanks.
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    Coronation Street 2 DX

    Thanks. I've just been over to DIF so I now know that v.7 was short lived and probably no one got to release a layout in that version and 8 has been released. I tend to update when a game is released that I want to play when it has been released in a later version.
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    Treasure Hunt (Maygay MMM) Classic

    Windows 7 is his ops system. Since v19.+ only supports windows 10, he canot play anything released on v19+. He commented in the Bouncer DX thread too, in that instance I presume it is possible for a designer to create that DX in a previous version since System 80 is supported in earlier versions? I was rather lucky as I was still on XP when v19 was released but I needed a new computer anyway since my 12 year old one was showing signs of wear and tear plus all browsers had stopped supporting XP too.
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    Coronation Street 2 DX

    Thanks for the layout, a bit past my era of fruit machines but I have played some £25ers in the emulator in the past and found some of them quite playable. I'll have to update the emulator first, I'm still on 19.6, didn't know a 7 had been released, let alone 19.8.
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    Treasure Hunt (Maygay MMM) Classic

    Thanks to all involved for the layout. An old machine I have never seen before either.
  7. richardpen

    BWB Time Bandit

    Thank you, never seen this before, was it released post 1992? Was this regarded as a £6 token AWP from a legal point of view? SWP jackpots were £10 in the late 80s/early 90s as far as I can remember. I'm not usually keen on the SWPs but will certainly give this a go.
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    Bouncer DX (JPM) System80

    There is a classic version for MFME 6.1. I was lucky, I was still running XP on a 12 year old computer so I could justify buying a new computer soon after 19 came out since apart from less programs and no internet browsers were supporting XP any more, the base was showing early signs of starting to fail so I did really need a new computer.
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    Bouncer DX (JPM) System80

    Thanks for the DX of this machine. Our local pub had one and it played a great game. Was Kicka a rare machine? Never saw one in the wild.
  10. richardpen

    BFM Rose & Crown

    Thanks very much for this layout to all involved. I recently found a beta version of it in my emulation folder and posted a question on the forums. I'm not sure if that was what enspired this layout. It is an excellent game and one I have never played. Alough it is perhaps a relitavely lo tech machine, I think it has a good collection of hidden features and great repeat streaks. One think I find unusual on this machine is that it dispenses cash wins first, I guess this must have been a nightmare for the people running the machine, if someone were to run the bank up to £30 of tokens and then get a load of repeats on the £4.80, I can see that this could be emptied of tokens very quickly. Thanks once again.
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    Barcrest Clickity Click

    Thank you, not one I've ever heard or seen before. I presume the bingo game is played within the bank/credits displays somehow? When I first read the title, I thought perhaps the JPM CC roms had been sourced! I'll give this a go later.
  12. richardpen

    Club Vegas DX (System 80)

    Thanks for the layout. I am old enough to remember this but I did not have access to many club machines so am looking forward to giving this a go.
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    Bfm's countdown classic

    Not one I ever came across either, was it a rare machine? Or perhaps players found it a little over complicated? I don't think I would have liked to have played it in the wild. That countdown timer thing seems rather strange, even when it is over 20 you only seem to get 3 or 4 nudges. Interesting that Bell Fruit were still releasing machines where nudges were manual and features had to be done in a rush when certainly Barcrest were well into auto nudge.
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    Powerplay Classic Layout

    Ooh, so Mazooma eventually decided that it would be a good idea to test their machines properly berfore they released them?? They certainly didn't bother in their £4.80 era. Two of their machines I came accross in an arcade close to where I worked had issues, the first one 'Mazooma Belle' would go on an endless streak until emptied. The crooked staff in there would at a later time refill, reset it and play it themselves until it played out the first streak. The machine would then take around £50/£60 and go on its continuous streak again. It did eventually get re chipped and the revision was very nasty, took £90 and gave a £30 streak. The second one, I cannot remember the name of it off hand, had a 10 nudges feature which was obtainable on occasions by selecting a code from the hold buttons. If you did not manually nudge the reels would auto nudge within about 4 seconds. The reels would be in a position where melons for a £1.61 win was achievable for 8 nudges but cherries were on the payline on reels 2 and three. This machine when auto nodging would always move reels one, two and three in order. This meant that when it moved reel one, a cherry would hit the win line before the melon and the machine would get stuck in an 'I can do better' loop continously moving reel one up and down trying to achieve the maximum win. Fortunately, the machine had a built in memory so when the mqachine was switched off during the looped process, switching back on would take you back to the previous go so you could get back to the feature and manually nudge. But they obviously cam round to testing their machines properly. I must admit, I have given this a go in the emulator but don't really understand what is going on, perhaps that was the conclusion of the testers? Thanks for the layout though, I guess to get hold of a rom of a failed machine must be quite rare.
  15. richardpen

    Electro Mechanic Emulation

    Thank you, won't be any use to me but hopefully Wizard or someone else who knows how to do these electro machines will find it.