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    M.A.M.E. - Vigilante - Highest Score

    PlatformM.A.M.E.
    Game NameVigilante
    DescriptionHighest Score
    Score TypePoints Int
    ROM: vigilant. This score tracker ranks players who have played a game of Vigilante, according to how many points they have scored. The earliest version of Wolf MAME players are permitted to use is 162, the earliest recommended version being 171. So, for example: a game played using Wolf MAME 180 would be eligible; a game played using Wolf MAME 170 would be acceptable; a game played using Wolf MAME 160 would be ineligible. The following DIP switch settings are mandatory: Lives - 3; Difficulty - Normal; Allow Continue - No; Stop Mode (Cheat) - Off; Invulnerability (Cheat) - Off. The following DIP switch settings are recommended: Decrease of Energy - Slow.
    RulesROM: vigilant.
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    This score tracker ranks players who have played a game of Vigilante, according to how many points they have scored.
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    The earliest version of Wolf MAME players are permitted to use is 162, the earliest recommended version being 171. So, for example:-
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    A game played using Wolf MAME 180 would be eligible
    A game played using Wolf MAME 170 would be acceptable
    A game played using Wolf MAME 160 would be ineligible.
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    The following DIP switch settings are mandatory:-
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    Lives 3
    Difficulty Normal
    Allow Continue No
    Stop Mode (Cheat) Off
    Invulnerability (Cheat) Off.
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    The following DIP switch settings are recommended:-
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    Decrease of Energy Slow.
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    Finally got around to doing this, so at last Vigilante has a track for its parent ROM.

    Hopefully, at least one person besides myself gives a dаmn.

    This is not a copy of the "bootleg" track
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    I actually found a Vigilante cab at my local Goodwill for $10 a few months back. The game is hard and I'd love to see what people are capable of with this game.

    You got my vote. :)

    VigilanteCab.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrickDiPersio View Post
    I'd love to see what people are capable of with this game.
    Well, you could have a look at my current Vigilante submission. Although it's done on the "bootleg" version, you may still find it interesting, as the "bootleg" plays identically to the original. I posted a link to my You Tube recording, there.
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    Hi!

    I'm not sure if the word "recommended" is good enough for rules.
    Why this decision?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRB_MetroidTeam View Post
    I'm not sure if the word "recommended" is good enough for rules.
    It's like "player's choice", which a common enough aspect of TG track rules.

    Quote Originally Posted by TRB_MetroidTeam View Post
    Why this decision?
    I'm leaving the choice of "Decrease of Energy" setting up to the player, because changing it makes errors more costly, and some players respond well to such playing conditions. I encourage each player to find the setting which better motivates himself or herself toward mastery of the game.
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    Thanks for the reply.
    However I'd prefer that this kind of settings (difficulty, lives, life meter...) should be "stone" settings, not "player's choice" settings.
    I see no strong reason to set up this way. Just my opinion.
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