M.A.M.E. - Barrier - Points - 489 - Brian Woodward

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  1. M.A.M.E. - Barrier - Points - 489 - Brian Woodward

    10-15-2015, 07:57 PM
    Points
    WolfMame version
    106
    Track
    https://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=9219
    Rules
    ROMSet: Barrier
    Lives: 3
    Demo Sounds: ON
    Unknown: Off [All]
    Special Rules: None
    Submission Message
    This will be my first score on the scoreboards, if it is accepted.
    I submitted the wrong version of MAME the first time for Galaga, so that one didn't count.
    I thought BARRIER would be a more appropriate start, since that is what the submission points seem like starting out, a Barrier. :P
    I entered BDW, my initials, even though I forgot to add my middle initial when signing up. (I tried to edit, but it didn't work)

    Hopefully, I got the rpocess right this time and I'm not wasting another submission.
    I have some more scores for other games coming soon. (as soon as I can earn the submission points)

    Thanks in advance for reviewing.
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  2. 10-16-2015, 01:40 AM
    Starting check on 16/10/2015 at 10:36:32.02


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    MAME Major Version 106


    What MAME thinks:
    Code:
    Recorded in WolfMAME 0.106
    Recorded system's speed = ~1975MHz (Intel)
    This recording was made with the C 68k core enabled
    Start date of recording: Mon Oct 12 20:52:26 2015
    
    
    Checks out OK. [197d]
    Playing back previously recorded game barrier (Barrier) [press return]
    loading barrier.t7  
    loading barrier.p7  
    loading prom.f14    
    loading prom.e14    
    loading prom.d14    
    loading prom.c14    
    loading prom.j14    
    loading prom.e8     
                                  
    Average FPS: 0.459413 (55 frames)



    What wlfview thinks:
    Code:
    WLFVIEW 0.3 - Apr  5 2006
    
    
    Info loaded.  WLF rev 9
    
    
    Recorded for the game 'barrier'
    MAME version string: 0.106 (May 16 2006)
    
    
    -- CPU info --
    Vendor: Intel
    Processor Family: 6  Processor Model: 15
    Approximate clock speed: 1975718304Hz
    
    
    -- OS info --
    Operating System: Windows NT 6.0 Service Pack 1
    
    
    -- INP info --
    Number of frames: 10802
    Average record speed: 99.977041%
    System time at start of emulation: Mon Oct 12 20:52:26 2015
    Sound: 44100Hz     Samples: Enabled
    GUI: 0    Artwork: 0
    68000 CPU Core: C
    NVRAM Usage: Disabled
    BIOS used (0=default): default
    
    
    -- Validity --
    Check 1:  INP header:  OK
    Check 2:  INP file:  OK
    Check 3:  WLF file:  OK

    Source driver:
    barrier src/drivers/cinemat.c
    DIP Info from source:
    Code:
    INPUT_PORTS_START( barrier )
    	PORT_START_TAG("INPUTS")
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0001, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_OTHER ) PORT_NAME("Skill A") PORT_CODE(KEYCODE_A)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0002, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_UNUSED )
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0004, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_OTHER ) PORT_NAME("Skill B") PORT_CODE(KEYCODE_B)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0008, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_JOYSTICK_DOWN ) PORT_4WAY PORT_PLAYER(1)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0010, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_START2 )
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0020, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_UNUSED )
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0040, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_OTHER ) PORT_NAME("Skill C") PORT_CODE(KEYCODE_C)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0080, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_UNUSED )
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0100, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_JOYSTICK_LEFT ) PORT_4WAY PORT_PLAYER(2)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0200, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_JOYSTICK_RIGHT ) PORT_4WAY PORT_PLAYER(1)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0400, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_JOYSTICK_DOWN ) PORT_4WAY PORT_PLAYER(2)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x0800, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_START1 )
    	PORT_BIT( 0x1000, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_JOYSTICK_UP ) PORT_4WAY PORT_PLAYER(1)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x2000, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_JOYSTICK_UP ) PORT_4WAY PORT_PLAYER(2)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x4000, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_JOYSTICK_LEFT ) PORT_4WAY PORT_PLAYER(1)
    	PORT_BIT( 0x8000, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_JOYSTICK_RIGHT ) PORT_4WAY PORT_PLAYER(2)
    
    
    	PORT_START_TAG("SWITCHES")
    	PORT_DIPNAME( 0x01, 0x00, DEF_STR( Lives ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x00, "3" )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x01, "5" )
    	PORT_DIPNAME( 0x02, 0x02, DEF_STR( Demo_Sounds ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x00, DEF_STR( Off ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x02, DEF_STR( On ) )
    	PORT_DIPNAME( 0x04, 0x04, DEF_STR( Unknown ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x04, DEF_STR( Off ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x00, DEF_STR( On ) )
    	PORT_DIPNAME( 0x08, 0x08, DEF_STR( Unknown ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x08, DEF_STR( Off ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x00, DEF_STR( On ) )
    	PORT_DIPNAME( 0x10, 0x10, DEF_STR( Unknown ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x10, DEF_STR( Off ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x00, DEF_STR( On ) )
    	PORT_DIPNAME( 0x20, 0x20, DEF_STR( Unknown ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x20, DEF_STR( Off ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x00, DEF_STR( On ) )
    	PORT_DIPNAME( 0x40, 0x40, DEF_STR( Unknown ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x40, DEF_STR( Off ) )
    	PORT_DIPSETTING(    0x00, DEF_STR( On ) )
    	PORT_BIT( 0x80, IP_ACTIVE_LOW, IPT_COIN1 )
    INPUT_PORTS_END
    
    
    Resolution: vector game
    
    
    Rules: https://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=9219
    ROMSet: Barrier
    Lives: 3
    Demo Sounds: ON
    Unknown: Off [All]
    
    
    Sample correct TG:
    SWITCHES: offset 0x27, repeat every 0x7C, typical value 0xFE
    - SWITCHES: 0x01 (Lives): 0x00 (3)
    - SWITCHES: 0x02 (Demo_Sounds): 0x02 (On)
    - SWITCHES: 0x04 (Unknown): 0x04 (Off)
    - SWITCHES: 0x08 (Unknown): 0x08 (Off)
    - SWITCHES: 0x10 (Unknown): 0x10 (Off)
    - SWITCHES: 0x20 (Unknown): 0x20 (Off)
    - SWITCHES: 0x40 (Unknown): 0x40 (Off)
    - SWITCHES: 0x80 (coin 1): [not relevant]
    
    
        20: 00 00 FF FF 00 00 00 FE  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 | ..  ...........
        A0: 00 00 00 FE 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 | ...............
       110: 00 00 00 00 3E 82 43 E1  00 00 FF FF 00 00 00 FE | ....>.C..  ...

    Generic Info for game:
    Code:
    ROM Changes: none
    0.106-0.166: barrier - "Barrier"
    
    
    Resolution: vector
    
    
    Rules: https://www.twingalaxies.com/scores.php?scores=9219

    INP Header:
    Code:
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    Code:
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    147050: 00 00 00 00 A2 82 43 E1                          | .....C



    MAME Info
    MAMEInfo.dat entries: barrier and cinemat.c
    Code:
    MAMEInfo.dat entries for:
    barrier
    cinemat.c
    ----
    0.35b6 [Aaron Giles, Zonn Moore, Jeff Mitchell, Neil Bradley]
    
    
    
    
    Artwork available
    
    
    Samples required
    
    
    
    
    WIP:
    
    
    - 0.147u4: hap fixed manufacturer in Barrier.
    
    
    - 0.147u2: hap added Barrier color overlay.
    
    
    -  7th November 2007: Mr. Do - The old artwork for Barrier was based off of a lo-res flyer, so we got a good scan of that one, too. Only thing, though, is the photo on the flyer was of the cabinet straight on, and the artwork is at about a 45-degree angle, so the screen never really displayed correctly on it. It's been given a bump up in quality, and stretched to line up more accurately with the game screen. Not perfect, but about as good as we're going to get unless we find the real thing.
    
    
    -  4th August 2006: Mr. Do - Converted Barrier artwork from MAME.net.
    
    
    - 0.87u3: Aaron Giles added sound to Barrier, Star Hawk, War of the Worlds and Boxing Bugs (note that samples don't exist yet, but I'm working with Zonn Moore to get them for everything except Barrier). Added Samples sound (playrdie, playmove and enemmove.wav).
    
    
    - 0.37b2: Added 5x 'Unknown' dipswitch.
    
    
    - 0.35b6: Added Barrier (Vectorbeam 1979) [Aaron Giles, Zonn Moore, Jeff Mitchell, Neil Bradley].
    
    
    -  7th March 1999: Brad Oliver has finally sent in the Cinematronics vector games driver with working support for Space Wars, Barrier, Star Castle, Tailgunner, Rip Off, Armor Attack, War of the Worlds, Warrior, Star Hawk and Solar Quest.
    
    
    
    
    PLAY INSTRUCTIONS:
    
    
    - The player attempts to reach the top of the grid without being hit by the computer enemies. When the top is reached, you scroll 'around' to the bottom and begin again.
    
    
    
    
    Other Emulators:
    
    
    * AAE
    
    
    * Cinelator
    
    
    * CINEMU
    
    
    * Retrocade
    
    
    
    
    Romset: 5 kb / 8 files / 3.97 zip
    
    
    ----
    0.35b6 [Aaron Giles]
    
    
    
    
    TODO:
    
    
    - Look into bad sample latency
    
    
    
    
    NOTES:
    
    
    - Driver by Aaron Giles and special thanks to Neil Bradley, Zonn Moore, and Jeff Mitchell of the Retrocade Alliance
    
    
    
    
    Bugs:
    
    
    - speedfrk, wotw, wotwc: Incomplete sound samples implementation. TrevEB (ID 03720)
    
    
    - All games in cinemat.c: Game watchdog resets when stepping through code in debug mode. outerworld (ID 03099)
    
    
    
    
    WIP:
    
    
    - 0.155: Moved audio functions to the driver class [Osso].
    
    
    - 0.152: Added layout\wotw.lay.
    
    
    - 0.151: Removed SOUND_RESET legacy MACRO (audio\cinemat.c) [Osso].
    
    
    - 0.149u1: Modernized 'Cinematronics CPU' core [Wilbert Pol].
    
    
    - 0.147u2: Changed layout\ho20ffff.lay to tailg.lay and layout\voffff20.lay to sundance.lay. Added layout\barrier.lay.
    
    
    - 0.147: Use SOUND_START/RESET instead of MACHINE_START/RESET [Miodrag Milanovic].
    
    
    -  3rd September 2012: Atariscott - Here is a little piece of arcade history that I picked up recently. It is a complete miracle that this thing has survived. The story is slightly complicated but here it goes. A friend of mine was looking for a Tektronix 8560 to help someone read some data from an 8 inch floppy of arcade source code from 1980. He needed this unit, because the game was developed with this hardware. He searched eBay and he eventually found a selling, with a lot of 5 units for sale. In the pictures of the auctions were lots of vintage computer parts and floppy discs. He won the auction and paid the seller. He had a friend that was local to the seller pick up the items and they delivered it to him a couple months later. When he started going through the boxes, he noticed some floppy discs with familiar names on them. Solar Quest, Space Wars, Hovercraft, and a whole bunch of others. He had stumbled upon one of the Cinematronics development systems and a floppy disc archive. There are hundreds of 8 inch floppy discs in 4 bankers boxes. What is truly amazing, is that this pickup was was a complete fluke. The eBay seller had picked up these items at a storage unit auction in the San Diego area. He had no idea what he had stumbled upon. The original auction never mentioned the Terak system and did not have any pictures of it either. Also, if my friend had not been looking for a Tektronix 8560, during the week that this auction ran, this stuff may have ended up in a non-arcade collectors hands. It may have even ended up in a dumpster if the auction had ended with no bidders. Not many people are looking for a Tektronix 8560... I have just started going through the discs, but there are some amazing things on the few I have looked at.
    
    
    - 0.124u1: Added layout\armora.lay.
    
    
    - 0.123u4: Aaron Giles fixed CCPU and QB-3 to no longer rely on cpu_scalebyfcount(). Fixed busted timing in the CCPU core. Changed watchdog to count internally rather than using external watchdog support. Altered CCPU to accept interrupt signals from the driver. Updated clocks in the cinemat driver to be derived from the clock crystal. Zsolt Vasvari updated Cinematronics driver to use PORT_CHANGED. Combined memory maps where applicable. Changed CCPU CPU1 clock speed to 4980750 Hz.
    
    
    - 0.113u1: Zsolt Vasvari fixed the Cinematronics CCPU games to use the newer video timing system.
    
    
    - 0.106u10: Replaced layout\sundance.lay with voffff20.lay and layout\tailg.lay with ho20ffff.lay.
    
    
    - 0.106u8: Added layout\solarq.lay, starcas.lay, sundance.lay and tailg.lay.
    
    
    - 0.101: Aaron Giles added new generic macros to state.h to make it simpler to do save states. Use state_save_register_global(var) to register a driver-related global variable. Use state_save_register_item(module, instance, var) to register other variables with specific module and instance names. Converted the MCR and Cinematronics vector saves over to this. As a result, save states for games will be incompatible with prior versions of MAME.
    
    
    - 0.100u4: Aaron Giles added save state support to the Cinematronics vector sound hardware. Marked all the games in cinemat.c with GAME_SUPPORTS_SAVE. Converted the Cinematronics driver over to using the new memory_configure_bank calls.
    
    
    - 0.99u5: Buddabing added save state support to the Cinematronics vector games.
    
    
    - 0.87u3: Cinematronics Vector driver update [Aaron Giles]. Completely rewrote the CCPU core to be much simpler and follow MAME semantics. Rewrote the CCPU disassembler to use the "official" syntax. Now require the CCPU PROMs for all the games. Rewrote sound routines for all the games based on schematics and Zonn's documentation. Added star twinkle effects (not really visible without my future update to vector.c). Cleaned up and fixed input ports for all the games. Added CCPU proms ($0, 100, 120, 140, 160 and 180).
    
    
    - 11th October 2004: Aaron Giles - I started looking into adding QB-3 to the Cinematronics vector game driver when I realized that I was going to have to make changes to the CCPU core to actually get the game up and running. I went to do that and remembered what a horrible hack the existing code was, so I decided to rewrite it (and the disassembler) from scratch. Once that was done, I went back and rewrote pretty much the entire Cinematronics vector driver as well, fixing several input issues, colors in several of the games, and adding sound hooks for most of the remaining games that don't already have sample support. Right now we don't have samples for these games, but I'm working with Zonn Moore to get them for as many games as we can.
    
    
    - 0.78u2: Fixed cpu1 rom loading.
    
    
    - 0.61: Changed palettesize to 32768 colors.
    
    
    - 24th April 2002: Mathis Rosenhauer added several new ROM sets to the Cinematronics vector hardware driver.
    
    
    - 0.58: Added includes\cinemat.h.
    
    
    - 0.54: Fixed access violation in tailg, starcas, starcas1, sundance and solarq.
    
    
    - 0.37b9: The CCPU core is now a full 16-bit core. Appropriate changes to the drivers that use them have already been made. This fixes the input ports on the Cinematronics games [Aaron Giles].
    
    
    - 0.37b6: Fixed cpu1 rom loading in all games.
    
    
    - 0.37b2: Changed palettesize from 256 to 33024 colors.
    
    
    - 17th April 2000: Zsolt Vasvari did some cleanups to the Cinematronics driver, fixed a 16-bit bug in the artwork functions.
    
    
    - 0.36b14: Fixed the internal orientation of the Cinematronics games, if you use artwork files for those games you'll have to manually flip them (or redownload).
    
    
    - 0.36b5: The Cinematronics driver now can handle games with backdrop + overlay. The pngs have to be renamed: backdrop: drivername + b.png and overlay: drivername + o.png [Mathis Rosenhauer].
    
    
    - 0.35: Added sndhrdw\cinemat.c.
    
    
    - 0.35b8: Changed CCPU clock speed to 5MHz in all Cinematronics games. Note: The CPU speed is somewhat arbitrary as the cycle timings in the core are fixed at 1 cycle per opcode, which is probably wrong.
    
    
    - 20th March 1999: Brad Oliver has updated the Cinematronics driver, for example Solar Quest now loads an overlay if present.
    
    
    - 19th March 1999: Nicola has fixed Cinematronics games from locking up.
    
    
    -  7th March 1999: Brad Oliver has finally sent in the Cinematronics vector games driver with working support for Space Wars, Barrier, Star Castle, Tailgunner, Rip Off, Armor Attack, War of the Worlds, Warrior, Star Hawk and Solar Quest.
    
    
    - 10th January 2000: Mathis Rosenhauer fixed the Cinematronics games' mirroring.
    
    
    - 0.35b6: Added cinemat.c driver and vidhrdw\cinemat.c. Aaron Giles (MAME Driver). Special thanks to Neil Bradley, Zonn Moore, and Jeff Mitchell of the Retrocade Alliance.
    
    
    ----

    Human interpretation:
    Achievement accomplished: 489
    WolfMAME used: WolfMAME 0.106 + valid WLF
    Recorded speed: 99.977041%
    DIP-switches: good
    Time calc: not calculable due to vector game
    Dates: good
    Autofire used?: no
    ROM set changed?: n/a - this is 0.106
    Name:  barrier.png
Views: 65
Size:  1.6 KB
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    game play and score accepted
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