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Mazooma - Club Rolling Thunder
Tech: Scorpion 4

It's another clubber release from me (how unusual lol), but it's going to be a bit of a storm, get either 3 or 4 feature symbols on the reels or gamble a reel win, then, hi-lo up knockouts, features or nudges.

Please note that this layout uses the AWP sound roms, so please ignore the wrong sound error on the display. Most of the sounds are fine, some maybe out of sync but it is mostly ok.

Keyboard shortcuts in the notes section of the emulator.

Thanks to Wizard for the emulator
The rom and image providers.

Please use MFME V19.8 or later to play

 

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Club Rolling Thunder.zip

Edited by westy20040
Correct sound rom added
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thanks for this nice to play a older clubber than the ones i've been releasing lately 

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Interesting, how old is this machine?  I thought Mazooma only did video based machines but I only played their AWPs.  The first ones I played were of the early 90s £4.80 jackpots.  Did they do any pre video AWPs?,

 

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Didn’t know mazooma where about in the 4.80 era? Earliest I know is £8 JP era, they do awp and club can’t think of many video ones myself, if I were to test this machine is 2002\3

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12 hours ago, -Crest- said:

Didn’t know mazooma where about in the 4.80 era? Earliest I know is £8 JP era, they do awp and club can’t think of many video ones myself, if I were to test this machine is 2002\3

Year, Mazooma Belle was originally £4.80 and there was at least another one but cannot rememer the name.  I think the £4.80s were at or near the beginning of fruit machine production as when they came into the arcades new, they had really bad programing errors which clearly indicated that they hadn't been tested properly, if at all. 

 

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Mazooma Belle is by BWB

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12 hours ago, richardpen said:

Year, Mazooma Belle was originally £4.80 and there was at least another one but cannot rememer the name.  I think the £4.80s were at or near the beginning of fruit machine production as when they came into the arcades new, they had really bad programing errors which clearly indicated that they hadn't been tested properly, if at all. 

 

Think you are mistaking a name from a manufacturer. There was a lot of BWBs like these around which we have most of including £6 Bar X style, Gold Rush and many others. Don't think Reno Casino has been emulated yet. 

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Mazooma belle I don't actually think it's by mazooma 

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4 hours ago, vectra666 said:

Mazooma belle I don't actually think it's by mazooma 

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It’s BWB, it’s even glassed BWB

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5 hours ago, CharlieRaymondo said:

That is reels not casino mate.

Reno Casino was a poker one wasn't it?

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2 hours ago, fruitsnappa said:

Reno Casino was a poker one wasn't it?

Yes iirc and was emptyable. Did a couple up the Edgware Road donkeys ago.

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5 hours ago, -Crest- said:

It’s BWB, it’s even glassed BWB

Thanks for clearing the Mazooma confusion up.  So those video machines I played in the early 90s were BWB?  In that case, my guess is that their transition reel based to video based machines took a turn for the worst but rapidly improved as they re chipped/released more video machines.

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