arabiana Arabian (Atari)


Immagine gioco: Arabian (Atari)
   
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 Descrizione 
Nome romset: arabiana.zip
Anno di produzione: 1983
Produttore: Sun Electronics (Atari license)

Genere del gioco: Platform
Categoria: Platform / Corri & Salta

Questa macchina è il clone di:
 • Arabian

 Emulazione 
Questa macchina funziona correttamente in MAME Questa macchina funziona correttamente in MAME

Emulazione generale: Buono
Emulazione colore: Buono
Emulazione sonoro: Buono
Emulazione grafica: Buono
Salvataggio: Supportato

In MAME dalla versione: .019

Il driver di questa macchina in MAME è: arabian.cpp - Leggi il codice

 Dati tecnici 
 Hardware di questa macchina:
  • CHIP [Mostra dettagli]

    NomeTipoClock
    Z80 ("maincpu")cpu 3000000 Hz
    MB8841 ("mcu")cpu 2000000 Hz
    Speaker ("mono")audio
    AY-3-8910A ("aysnd")audio 1500000 Hz

  • Schermi [Mostra dettagli]

    Questa macchina utilizza un solo schermo:
      Tipo di grafica: Raster
      Orientamento schermo: Verticale
      Risoluzione 256 x 234 @ 60.000000 Hz

  • Numero di giocatori: 2P Alternati
  • Controlli [Mostra dettagli]

    Tipo:
      Joystick [8 direzioni]
      Joystick [8 direzioni]
    Numero di pulsanti: 1

  • Dipswitch [Mostra dettagli]

    In grassetto i valori predefiniti
    NomeValore
    Coin Counters1
     2
    Demo SoundsOff
     On
    Bonus Life20k 50k 150k 100k+
     20k only
     40k only
     None
    Lives3
     5
    CabinetUpright
     Cocktail
    Flip ScreenOff
     On
    DifficultyEasy
     Hard
    CoinageA 2/1 B 2/1
     A 2/1 B 1/3
     A 1/1 B 1/1
     A 1/1 B 1/2
     A 1/1 B 1/3
     A 1/1 B 1/4
     A 1/1 B 1/5
     A 1/1 B 1/6
     A 1/2 B 1/2
     A 1/2 B 1/4
     A 1/2 B 1/5
     A 1/2 B 1/6
     A 1/2 B 1/10
     A 1/2 B 1/11
     A 1/2 B 1/12
     Free Play
    Service ModeOff
     On

  • ROM (5 del set parent, 4 del set clone) [Mostra dettagli]

    Riferito alla versione MAME: 0.181

    NomeDimensioniCRC32SHA1StatoNel romset
    tvg-87.ic1819251e9a6b1 a2e6beab5380eed56972f5625be21b01c7e2082a good arabiana
    tvg-88.ic281921cdcc1ab 46886d53cc8a1c1d540fd0e1ddf1811fb256c1f3 good arabiana
    tvg-89.ic38192b7b7faa0 719418b7b7c057acb6d3060cf7061ffacf00798c good arabiana
    tvg-90.ic48192dbded961 ecc09fa95f6dd58c4ac0e095a89ffd3aae681da4 good arabiana
    tvg-91.ic848192c4637822 0c73d9a4db925421a535784780ad93bb0f091051 good arabian
    tvg-92.ic858192f7c6866d 34f545c5f7c152cd59f7be0a72105f739852cd6a good arabian
    tvg-93.ic86819271acd48d cd0bffed351b14c9aebbfc1d3d4d232a5b91a68f good arabian
    tvg-94.ic87819282160b9a 03511f6ebcf22ba709a80a565e71acf5bdecbabb good arabian
    sun-8212.ic320488869611e c6443f3bcb0cdb4d7b1b19afcbfe339c300f36aa good arabian


    :  Macchina Parent
    :  Macchina Clone
    :  BIOS
    :  Device


 Informazioni 
HISTORY

Arabian (c) 1983 Atari, Inc.


- DATI TECNICI -


Game ID : 136019


- CURIOSITA' -


Pubblicato nel Giugno 1983.


Prodotto su licenza di Sun Electronics Corp. Per maggiori informazioni sul gioco si veda la scheda dell'originale di Sun Electronics.


Da Atari furono prodotte circa 1.950 unità.


Musiche di sottofondo (solo per la versione Atari):

Livelli 1 & 3: Rimsky Korsakov - Scheherazade

Livelli 2 & 4: Rimsky Korsakov - Il giovane principe e la giovane principessa (dall'opera Sheherazade).

Pagina di introduzione: Ludwig Van Beethoven - Sinfonia No 6. Op 68 (Pastorale)- Primo movimento

Attract mode: Mozart - Rondò alla Turca


- FONTI -


Game's ROM.

Attenzione: I dati di history.dat potrebbero essere diversi da quelli riportati nel resto della scheda (tratti da MAME), in quanto provenienti da fonti diverse.

 MAMEINFO.DAT 
Informazioni su arabian

0.35b13 [Gerald Vanderick]

0.19 [Jarek Burczynski]


Artwork available


TEST MODE:

- To enter test mode, press F2 and then F3. To test sound press P1/P2 start simultaneously. P2 start + P1 Button 1 will take you to the color test screen. Then hit P1 start + P1 Button 1 to go to the level test screen. P1 Button 1 will take you to the next screen from then on.


WIP:

- 0.141u1: Phil Bennett fixed Arabian halts after several cycles of the attact mode.

- 3rd January 2011: Andrew Gardner - A few months ago, Pete Ogoun decapsulated a MCU from the game BanBam. The images were very crisp and clear, and it took less than an hour to stitch them together. Phil Bennett reminded me that Nicola and Ernesto had previously decoded the same type of MCU, so the knowledge about how to convert typed-in bits to bytes was already in our archives. Meanwhile, s_bastian on the mameworld boards was busy configuring his online data entry tool to get some help from the masses. He completed some new features on his tool, and the following users typed in all of the bits from the photographed ROM: etabeta, robiza, Frankie, Gonario, sev, bernoulli, mrdriller, Zer0, BrianT, MASH, Stick, MooglyGuy, Mosquito2001, TE, bdam and s_bastian. Armed with the redundant data from the typing project, it was confirmed that Phil and I had typed a few bits incorrectly. I fixed these bits in the dump, ran Ernesto's decoder on the bits, stuffed the ROMs into MAME, and let the MCU rip. The disassembly appeared quite nice; the code traced well, and there did not appear to be any questionable instructions. The MCU was, however, very difficult to hook up to BanBam. I had made some good headway into figuring out how the MCU was connected, when Phil discovered the same MCU was very likely used in Arabian. Luckily, we have the schematics for that. The schematics turned out to be mostly legible and correct, and Phil successfully hooked BanBam's MCU into Arabian. This appears to work 100% and is documented in the whatsnew.txt for MAME 0.141. Hooking the MCU into the Arabian driver was somewhat convoluted though, so it isn't much of a surprise to us that we haven't quite succeeded with the BanBam hookup yet. It will come in due time, and we will likely be able to close the book on the BanBam MCU sometime in the not-so-distant future.

- 0.141: Phil Bennett hooked up Arabian MB8841 MCU, this fixed the missing bird at top of the screen. Removed obsolete simulation code and assigned MB88xx interrupt sources unique vectors, as expected by the Arabian MCU program. Added MB8841 (2MHz) CPU2 and MCU rom.

- 8th October 2010: Smitdogg - Phil B. has been working on Arabian which used an MCU that was similar to or possibly identical to the one used in Banbam. Ogoun decapped the Arabian MCU but hasn't made pictures yet to compare.

- 0.139u2: The Dumping Union corrected the rom labels for Arabian and clone Arabian (Atari).

- 10th August 2010: Smitdogg - Arabian arrived for decapping.

- 8th July 2010: Smitdogg - We bought an Arabian board to decap the 8841 MCU with internal ROM.

- 0.135u1: Fabio Priuli added driver data struct to Arabian.

- 0.132u2: Tafoid fixed Arabian hangs in demo or play.

- 17th February 2009: Mr. Do - Kiltron got extra busy this past month: Arabian artwork.

- 0.129u1: MooglyGuy added savestate support to Arabian and clone.

- 0.128u2: Stephane Humbert fixed dipswitches for Arabian and clone. Removed 3rd coin slot.

- 0.123u2: RansAckeR simplified some control definitions in the Arabian driver.

- 0.122u8: Zsolt Vasvari removed colortables from Arabian and a number of other drivers, as part of a larger move to phase out old-style colortables. Changed palettesize to 8192 colors.

- 0.112: Roberto Fresca added DIP locations to the Arabian driver.

- 0.37b16: Aaron Giles fixed colors and other things in Arabian. Changed Z80 CPU clock speed to 3MHz, visible area to 234x256 and palettesize to 64 colors.

- 5th June 2001: Aaron Giles cleaned up and fixed the Arabian driver.

- 3rd October 2000: Nicola Salmoria fixed Arabian graphics.

- 0.35b13: Gerald Vanderick added Arabian (Sun Electronics 1983). Changed 'Arabian' to clone '(Atari)'. Renamed (arabian) to (arabiana).

- 4th May 1999: Gerald Vanderick added another Pac Man clone and an Arabian clone.

- 20th April 1999: Zsolt Vasvari sent in an Arabian update with proper rotation support and better colors.

- 0.30: Aaron Giles support dirty rectangles in Arabian.

- 0.26a: Morten Eriksen added high score saving to Arabian.

- 0.25: Minor modifications to Arabian palette.

- 0.21: Arabian has better colors now.

- 0.20: Brad Oliver found a lot of bugs around the code, fixed Arabian video driver.

- 0.19: Jarek Burczynski provided a preliminary but playable driver for Arabian (Atari 1983). Colors are wrong, but it support sound already. Control: Arrows = Move around, CTRL = Kick and F1 = Enter test mode.


LEVELS: 4


Music:

- Attract mode: Mozart - Turkish March

- Page intro: Ludwig Van Beethoven - Symphony No 6. Op 68 - 1st Movement

- Levels 1 & 3: Rimsky Korsakov - Scheherazade

- Levels 2 & 4: Rimsky Korsakov - The Young Prince and Princess


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* FB Alpha

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