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  1. wearecity

    hello

    1/ Sign up at www.desertislandfruits.com (use a proper not throwaway email) 2/ Wait for approval (it can take sometimes as it's not automatic) 3/ Once approved, make sure in the newbie section, you make a decent intro post (a little bit about yourself and your fruit machine likes and perhaps how you came about the site, is the sort of post that's likely to get you some welcome reps). Also read some of the posts for newbies and make some comments, in other threads 4/ Once you've got the rep points required, then you can download.
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    P.C.P Sunday Sport (aka take two?)

    Dad released a classic layout for Wicked Willie. A lo-tech I remember playing quite a few times. http://dadsfme.com/index.php?topic=837.msg10771#msg10771 as for Sunday Sport, well Tommy will hopefully be releasing a DX of it sometime soon, over at www.desertislandfruits.com
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    Electro Mechanic Emulation

    No doubt that's true for any machine, but for many emulation is the only way to play them. For some it might be the first time they've experienced them and could lead more people to seek out and restore/preserve them. Of course not everyone has room for a fruit machine, let alone several. What happens when a machine breaks with no replaceable parts or someone dies and the machine for whatever reason ends up scraped. Emulation is very much something that's needed in the fruit machine world, as most, no all manufacturers seem to have failed to make sure machines are documented for history both hardware and paper/electronically wise.
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    Pcp - Crazy Coyote Classics

    Do you know if this can be done, must admit not checked it hasn't already been.
  5. wearecity

    Bell Fruit closing

    DOND actually has kept the AWP going for a good few years Imo. It's still to many the only reason people still play them. Like the TV programme it was very popular for a few years, but eventually you can have enough of something. As for fruity companies closing, well I suppose us addicts would have wished it on them. But one of the first things an addict needs to realise is you have to take responsibility for your own actions. Until you do that, you will not quit.
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    Brenco project now under way

    Wow, that's a great job with that. I played a few Brenco's when I was very young maybe 5 - 8 years of age, mainly at caravan sites and some machines must have been up to 10 years old by then. My main memory of playing one, is a bit sad though. We had a woman who lived near us, who had a Brenco, she had borrowed it for a charity night, as she suffered from Kidney Disease and needed Dialysis and was raising funds.
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    IMG 1871

    Do you normally wear odd socks lol
  8. wearecity

    New Release - Odds On DX (1280)

    No problem, sign up for free if you are interested at www.fruit-emu.com (tons of machine layouts) and also at www.desertislandfruits.com (latest emulators) You will find this and over a thousand other machines for downloads between the sites. Plenty of people who can help if machines won't run etc...
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    New Release - Odds On DX (1280)

    I've attached it to this post, I'm sure no one will mind lol. oo3.1x.zip
  10. wearecity

    MFME v6.1 Released

    Glad you got it sorted and I thought that was the least useful part of my message lol.
  11. wearecity

    MFE 5.1 blues.....

    They are on these here forums, you are posting to. If links are not available or seem broken, it may be the admin here need to activate your membership or you may need to make a certain amount of posts before you can download. Not sure what the rules are for new members on these forums nowadays. https://www.fruitemu.co.uk/ib/index.php?/forum/31-mfme-development/ v5.0 v5.1 Then join up at Desertislandfruits and make an introduction post to get the latest v6.1 and any future versions. http://www.desertislandfruits.com/forum/index.php?/portal/
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    My YouTube channel. chris217

    Looks in very good nick, shame about the accepts new coins sticker. Was that enforced on manufacturers/arcade etc, or something they chose to do? I like to see it on emulated machines makes them seem more lifelike. Good machine this, I like the numbers coming from right to left. Fast Trak with its mystery feature, still my favourite MPS though.
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    Sinbad by BWB

    The ones supplied by Andy with the layout above were sd_20_c.1_1, the configuration screen only showed the 84%, but the stake/prize info was blank, as I assume 20p £10, was hard set and not changeable. I've now put in the roms I mentioned in the above post, which are sd_20a_.4_ 1 roms, which in the configuration screen are automatically filled in as 20p £6T and 84%. It appears these are switchable to a £6 cash jackpot as well as the alpha showed 6T/C on initialisation. So the layout is running with 20p £6 token jackpot. The only differences between the £6 and £10 jackpots, are the double bars are £2.40/£3 and the blue 7's £3/£4. Other than that the Bazaar amount never goes above £6 on the £10 version. Everything else is exactly the same, even the crappy 40p, 60p etc board amounts.
  14. wearecity

    Sinbad by BWB

    Thanks for the info, they were definitely not the first version, as they were 20p £10 jackpot, so possibly the last version. I've since got a 20p £6 token version (set 2). That's the original stake/prize combo for the machine, I'm 99.9% sure. I was actually surprised though, because it still played a good game on £10 jackpot.
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    Sinbad by BWB

    Yep it's actually very unpredictable. From my few hundred through it, any feature on the board, secret passage feature and raider feature can pay utter rubbish or much more than the jackpot, with numerous repeats. 3 holds on Jackpots possible and the reel spin symbol on the middle reel can also lead to a jackpot. At the moment it's most certainly not an early rom, but I see there appears to be 25 sets available from rom sites.
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