pitfight Pit Fighter (rev 9)


Immagine gioco: Pit Fighter (rev 9)
   
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 Descrizione 
Nome romset: pitfight.zip
Anno di produzione: 1990
Produttore: Atari Games

Genere del gioco: Picchiaduro
Categoria: Picchiaduro / Scontro

Questa macchina ha i seguenti cloni:
 • Pit Fighter (bootleg)
 • Pit Fighter (Japan rev 3, 2 players)
 • Pit Fighter (rev 2)
 • Pit Fighter (rev 3)
 • Pit Fighter (rev 4)
 • Pit Fighter (rev 5)
 • Pit Fighter (rev 6)
 • Pit Fighter (rev 7)

 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: .136u4

Il driver di questa macchina in MAME è: atarig1.cpp - Leggi il codice

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

    NomeTipoClock
    M68000 ("maincpu")cpu 14318181 Hz
    M6502 ("jsa:cpu")cpu 1789772 Hz
    Speaker ("mono")audio
    Atari JSA II Sound Board ("jsa")audio
    YM2151 ("jsa:ym2151")audio 3579545 Hz
    OKI6295 ("jsa:oki1")audio 1193181 Hz

  • Schermi [Mostra dettagli]

    Questa macchina utilizza un solo schermo:
      Tipo di grafica: Raster
      Orientamento schermo: Orizzontale
      Risoluzione 336 x 240 @ 59.922743 Hz

  • Numero di giocatori: 3P Simultanei
  • Controlli [Mostra dettagli]

    Tipo:
      Joystick [8 direzioni]
      Joystick [8 direzioni]
      Joystick [8 direzioni]
    Numero di pulsanti: 3

  • Dipswitch [Mostra dettagli]

    In grassetto i valori predefiniti
    NomeValore
    Service ModeOff
     On

  • ROM (43 della macchina) [Mostra dettagli]

    Riferito alla versione MAME: 0.181

    NomeDimensioniCRC32SHA1StatoNel romset
    136081-9028.05d65536427713e9 8b4913188cac9fe3845c812a07c81f5fdb4a2ded good pitfight
    136081-9029.05b655362cdeaeba e02c99d7f5a7080ea75dc2dd59d4678b62f6bd55 good pitfight
    136081-9030.15d655363bace9ef 29072871b268f343fa1e7fcc9682674df2b2e34f good pitfight
    136081-9031.15b65536c717f011 3c5d6c12b85285422345a1aba3f8c497f74c6889 good pitfight
    136081-1060.1b65536231d71d7 24622eee5fe873ef81e1df2691bd7a1d3ea7ef6b good pitfight
    136081-1017.130m65536ad3cfea5 7b6fec131230e84ab87b7fc95f08989916f30e02 good pitfight
    136081-1018.120m655361a0f8bcf b965e73246db9507d2ad42dfcb033692b43b9b7a good pitfight
    136081-1021.90m65536777efee3 07591f11685c4c75c24c55fd242878253d32481b good pitfight
    136081-1022.75m65536524319d0 6f47a69d7d4e2a8f79b7470138e8b4edd6d0b2bb good pitfight
    136081-1025.45m65536fc41691a 4ef2f9093f20d27e1ba7d218b90ff6abb1f33646 good pitfight
    136081-1027.15l65536a59f381d b14e878340ad2adbf4f6d4fc331c58f62037c7c7 good pitfight
    136081-1001.65r1310723af31444 91fc02786b82abdf12ebdbaacdd1f158f8ce6d06 good pitfight
    136081-1002.65n131072f1d76a4c ca769d2cdd096f4a54f7bcaa4840fc9ffaabf499 good pitfight
    136081-1003.70r13107228c41c2a 75cd527f98c8475e3b880f53c5a355d6c3bd8766 good pitfight
    136081-1004.70n131072977744da 10f388eef999f702863e2b1a02a188df9a0a6086 good pitfight
    136081-1005.75r131072ae59aef2 44eda8a01016f6911b47df973b9427ff9f2ecef0 good pitfight
    136081-1006.75n131072b6ccd77e f09a829143abd972699f3e671d4a1362fd362b19 good pitfight
    136081-1007.90r131072ba33b0c0 be09ba8796d3db2a859a2776336c1e9acbdaee95 good pitfight
    136081-1008.90n13107209bd047c c283d526c7b08ce06e3981d1fc69433ea0dae657 good pitfight
    136081-1009.100r131072ab85b00b 6c60b9b58ff93ffdd1cffc49c3ea67400d56bf61 good pitfight
    136081-1010.100n131072eca94bdc c474dfc9dc4460cd2f40cc6012214e760b133c0d good pitfight
    136081-1011.115r131072a86582fd 8b557622c53c8ff388248ea54d3cc85b0d77cafb good pitfight
    136081-1012.115n131072efd1152d 77d1752b76b079c9e834a8b73e8601873d3afdbe good pitfight
    136081-1013.120r131072a141379e d4c98b364495e19e2e7bee5431834f38ba20a514 good pitfight
    136081-1014.120n13107293bfcc15 4d8f6c8c279533b2fc35f87c3eb5ed614cb03248 good pitfight
    136081-1015.130r1310729378ad0b 909f9879f5b8fc3ed0622fd27d903ccb1f7a90c6 good pitfight
    136081-1016.130n13107219c3fbe0 ba28f71edb04387f009afe39bfe0ffeff8fbf5e9 good pitfight
    136081-1061.7k655365b0468c6 c910344622386e6be336fe04bc0be758ac6c59db good pitfight
    136081-1062.7j65536f73fe3cb 547b5c4add617237c4c851751a27cda091fb7933 good pitfight
    136081-1063.7e65536aa93421d f319057dadcb77a489d0bcffb24e0afe88adc769 good pitfight
    136081-1064.7d6553633f045d5 1fc7bedafeb3c1ffa0f115538cc300959c8d4601 good pitfight
    136081-1040.30s5129b0f8b95 d03987fe2d50a9f7769c600885bd1c7e1dee0789 good pitfight
    136081-1041.25s512f7ba6153 d58792c9e9ea72d8f53f41ac1b420a86db6da3a3 good pitfight
    136081-1042.20s5123572fe68 ab34ff337c16cd4d568cd2bd6a5063f5ed97368f good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136081-1043.15e279649d9c0d bba2f3cf4607946340de27157c799f6b84c48584 good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136079-1045.40p279535c4d2e a428eef81723546566216e6af0db3baebda9a1f2 good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136079-1046.65d27938b22b2c cf9051129a790f3427e1c6d74a5c66f16acbd4be good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136079-1047.40s27920839904 134d1b379b7708ce33fbbf75e5c879dad971cd22 good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136079-1048.125f279d16e8d6e 61cc270d80cb34f63fc407e41b55f95d59717757 good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136079-1049.120f27968440ab1 2f4eabac27d9a5778fcba0d9aa47460bcb153378 good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136079-1050.115f27920dc296a 9179fca2efcdd0782bb15cbf1923670806755bc8 good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136079-1051.105f27945f0cb5f a7043231f68374871253da50cfd905519f283d9e good pitfight
    gal16v8a-136079-1052.30n2796b3d2669 143178d9c36a87aa58034faea2e4d4038ae565e7 good pitfight


    :  Macchina Parent
    :  Macchina Clone
    :  BIOS
    :  Device


 Informazioni 
HISTORY

Pit-Fighter (c) 1990 Atari Games.


Tre combattenti digitalizzati affrontano, aiutandosi tra loro, tagliagole da strada, con un sistema di gioco che presenta interferenze degli spettatori e armi utilizzabili. I giocatori combattono anche l'uno contro l'altro nei 'Grudge Match'. Pit Fighter utilizza zoom e panning di grande effetto, ma era piuttosto debole come esperienza di gioco. Nella versione col cabinato dedicato , fino a tre giocatori possono giocare simultaneamente.


- DATI TECNICI -


Atari G1 hardware

Game ID : 136081


Processore Principale : 68000 (@ 14.31818 Mhz), M6502 (@ 1.7895 Mhz)

Chip Audio : YM2151 (@ 3.579 Mhz), OKI6295 (@ 9.037 Khz)


Orientamento dello schermo : Orizzontale

Risoluzione video : 336 x 240 pixels

Frequenza aggiornamento video : 60.00 Hz

Colori palette : 1280


Giocatori : 3

Controllo : Joystick a 8 direzioni

Pulsanti : 3


- CURIOSITA' -


Pubblicato nel Settembre 1990. Questo é stato il primo picchiaduro a presentare protagonisti interamente digitalizzati pubblicato due anni prima di Mortal Kombat di Midway.


Pit Fighter era disponibile sia in cabinati dedicati sia come kit di conversione. Le versioni convertite erano solitamente ospitate in cabinati a due giocatori, mentre le macchine dedicate supportavano fino a tre giocatori. Le versioni dedicate avevano monitor da 25, ma a causa della mancanza di successo critico e commerciale, molte di queste macchine furono convertite in "Street Fighter 2 - The World Warriors" ancora prima che compissero un anno.


Pony Canyon / Scitron ha pubblicato la colonna sonora in edizione limitata di questo gioco (That's Atari Music: G.S.M. Atari Games 1 - PCCB-00066) il 21/07/1991.


- STAFF -


Capi progetto / Sviluppatori : Gary Stark, Mark Stephen Pierce

Programmatori : Gary Stark, Paul Kwinn

Immagini digitali : Rob Rowe

Ingegneri : Sam Lee, Doug Snyder

Capo animatore: Nick Stern

Animatori: Chuck Eyler, Mark West, Sharon Plotkin

Audio: John Paul

Tecnico: Glenn McNamara

Supervisore del progetto: John Ray

Manager del progetto: Jerry Momoda

Programmatori di supporto: Dennis Harper, Dave Theurer, Mike Albaugh


* CAST:

Buzz : Bill Chase

Ty : Marc Williams

Kato : Glenn Fratticelli

Executioner : John Aguire

Southside Jim : James Thompson

Chainman : Eddie Venancio

Mad miles : Miles McGowan

Heavy Metal : Kim Rhodes

C.C. Rider : Rich Vargas

Angel : Angela Stellato

Masked Warrior : Bill McAleenan

Knife Woman : Dianne Bertucci

Knife Man : Milt Loper

Finale Women : Tina Scyrater, Maria Lenytzkyj


- CONVERSIONI -


* Console :

Atari 7800 (prototipo non pubblicato)

Nintendo Super Famicom (1991)

Sega Mega Drive (1991)

Nintendo Game Boy (1992)

Atari Lynx (1992)

Microsoft XBOX (2004, "Midway Arcade Treasures 2")

Nintendo GameCube (2004, "Midway Arcade Treasures 2")

Sony PlayStation 2 (2004, "Midway Arcade Treasures 2")

Sega Master System


* Computer :

Commodore C64 (1991)

Sinclair ZX Spectrum (1991)

Amstrad CPC (1991)

Commodore Amiga (1991)

Atari ST (1991)

PC [MS-DOS, 5.25''] (1991) : Questa conversione di Pit-Fighter utilizza inspiegabilmente un algoritmo di ridimensionamento degli sprite che li ingrandisce solo verticalmente, non orizzontalmente. Ció causa lottatori dall'aspetto stranamente "magro".

PC [MS Windows, CD-ROM] (2006, "Midway Arcade Treasures Deluxe Edition")


- FONTI -


Rom del gioco.

Immagini del cabinato.


Giochi Simili

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 pitfight

0.136u4 [B. Sparks, Smitdogg, The Dumping Union]

0.130u3 [Smitdogg]

0.93u2 [Pierpaolo Prazzoli, Manuel Assoni]

0.36b1 [Aaron Giles]


Artwork available


Bugs:

- During the TY intro sequence, it shows a fast 'flash' gfx glitch that seems to be a bad rom dump or something. rcoltrane (ID 00378)

- pitfightb: Set pitfightb flashes an error message upon start up. Tafoid (ID 00039)

- pitfight5: Original PCB running attract mode and a short game through an RGB board and into my PC. Smitdogg (ID 04082)


WIP:

- 0.149u1: Added 'Atari JSA II Sound Board' sound. Added 3rd coin slot.

- 20th October 2012: Mr. Do - My apologies to Roger Coltrane. He scanned and submitted the instruction card to Pit Fighter some time ago, but I, uh, forgot about it. So here it is now (and I cleaned it up a bit more, also).

- 0.143u4: Changed 68000 CPU1 clock speed to 14318181 Hz.

- 0.139u1: Aaron Giles changed atarigen_state to be a base class from which all the related Atari drivers derive their state from.

- 7th July 2010: Smitdogg - We have recently been collecting more chips for decapping to send to the doc. As Guru mentioned earlier, I have located lots of other games that need their MCU dumped. Most or maybe all of them currently have things simulated that could be hooked up properly to run more like the original machines - including gameplay. I have a Pit Fighter board that might have a needed chip for decapping.

- 0.136u4: B. Sparks, Smitdogg and The Dumping Union added Pit Fighter (rev 9). Renamed (pitfight) to (pitfight7).

- 12th February 2010: Smitdogg - Thanks to B. Sparks we got Pit Fighter (Rev.9). This is the latest revision of Pit Fighter I've ever seen.

- 0.135u4: Some more Atari driver shuffling [Aaron Giles]: Added atarigen_init() function which allocates all timers and registers for save states. Updated all drivers to call it. Converted some drivers to use device timers.

- 0.135u3: Aaron Giles converted atari drivers over to using driver_data for the most part. Some shared systems still exist with globals, but this tackles the atarigen module and the variables local to each driver.

- 0.133u1: Renamed (pitfigh6) to (pitfight6), (pitfigh5) to (pitfight5), (pitfigh4) to (pitfight4), (pitfigh3) to (pitfight3), (pitfighj) to (pitfightj) and (pitfighb) to (pitfightb).

- 0.131u1: Smitdogg and The Dumping Union added clone Pit Fighter (rev 5). Added new 512k gfx3 roms to clone 'Pit Fighter (rev 6)'.

- 0.130u3: Smitdogg added Pit Fighter (rev 7). Changed 'Pit Fighter (rev 5)' to clone '(rev 6)'. Renamed (pitfight) to (pitfigh6).

- 0.125u7: Aaron Giles fixed 'Fatal Exception' crash.

- 0.125u4: Added button 3.

- 0.125u2: Removed button 3.

- 0.122u4: Aaron Giles fixed INSERT COIN (pitfight0109u2gre). Changed M6502 CPU2 clock speed to 1789772 Hz, YM2151 to 3579545 Hz and OKI6295 to 1193181 Hz.

- 0.114u2: Aaron Giles and Couriersud added more accurate video timing to most of the Atari 68000-era games. The parameters are from published specs, not derived. Changed VSync to 59.922743 Hz.

- 0.114: Couriersud added general save state support to the atarijsa and atarigen modules.

- 0.109: Canim removed 3rd coin slot from Pit Fighter.

- 0.105u4: Aaron Giles added PLD dumps to Pit Fighter. Added plds ($0, 200, 400, 600, 800, a00, c00, e00, 1000 - gal16v8a-136081). Fixed rom names.

- 0.93u2: Pierpaolo Prazzoli and Manuel Assoni added Pit Fighter (rev 5). Renamed (pitfight) to (pitfigh4).

- 3rd January 2005: Manuel Assoni dumped Pit Fighter (rev 5).

- 0.79u2: Changed Custom sound to DMA-driven_DAC.

- 0.79u1: Aaron Giles fixed 'bad colour RAM' error in Pit Fighter.

- 6th February 2004: Aaron Giles fixed the recently introduced errors in Hydra, Pit Fighter and Escape Kids.

- 4th February 2004: B.S. Ruggeri submitted an input fix for player 2 and 3 controls in Pit Fighter.

- 0.77: Aaron Giles added support for the MO command register (MO checksums now work). Added missing SHA1 values and marked some ROMs as NO_DUMP. Removed 6502 speedups. Changed description to 'Pit Fighter (rev 4)' and clone '(version 3)' to '(rev 3)'.

- 0.71u3: Aaron Giles added clone Pit Fighter (Japan, 2 players).

- 17th July 2003: Aaron Giles added a Japan version of Pit Fighter.

- 0.68: Changed parent and clone descriptions to 'Pit Fighter'.

- 0.67: Changed parent and clone descriptions to 'Pit-Fighter'.

- 0.66: Added proms ($0, 200, 400 - Microcode for growth renderer).

- 16th February 2003: Aaron Giles added the proper microcode PROMs for the growth object generator in the Atari G1 and G42 drivers, and improved the SLOOP protection emulation in Road Riot, but it's still not playable.

- 0.53: Added clone Pit Fighter (bootleg). Aaron Giles fixed the remaining issues in Slapstic emulation, Pit Fighter works to the end.

- 3rd August 2001: Aaron Giles added the bootleg ROM set to the Pit Fighter driver.

- 30th July 2001: Aaron Giles finally ironed out the last Slapstic bugs, fixing Pit Fighter and Rampart for good.

- 0.37b15: Changed M6502 CPU2 clock speed to 1789500, YM2151 to 3579000 and OKI6295 to 9037 Hz.

- 1st May 2001: Highwayman dumped Pit Fighter (bootleg). It is a bootleg, no sign of slapstick. It has some problems with novram handling, the code was hacked to use a different type of ram.

- 6th April 2001: Aaron Giles fixed a bug in Hydra and Pit Fighter, which caused crashes in MAME32.

- 0.37b8: Changed palettesize from 1024 to 1280 colors.

- 0.36RC1: Changed 68000 CPU1 clock speed to 14318180 Hz, M6502 to 1789772 Hz, YM2151 to 3579545 Hz and OKI6295 to 9039 Hz.

- 0.36b1: Aaron Giles added Pit Fighter (version 4) (Atari Games 1990) and clone (version 3).

- 16th July 1999: Aaron Giles sent in a huge Atari update with Hydra and Pit Fighter drivers.

- 27th May 1999: Aaron Giles sent in a small Atari update with user-friendly messages about the quirks of the games shown at the startup.


LEVELS: 11

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