speedup Speed Up (Version 1.20)


Immagine gioco: Speed Up (Version 1.20)
   
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 Descrizione 
Nome romset: speedup.zip
Anno di produzione: 1996
Produttore: Gaelco

Genere del gioco: Guida
Categoria: Guida / Corsa (Soggettiva)

Questa macchina ha i seguenti cloni:
 • Speed Up (Version 1.00)

 Emulazione 
Questa macchina funziona in MAME con problemi Questa macchina funziona in MAME con problemi

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

In MAME dalla versione: .079u2

Il driver di questa macchina in MAME è: gaelco3d.cpp - Leggi il codice

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

    NomeTipoClock
    M68000 ("maincpu")cpu 15000000 Hz
    TMS32031 ("tms")cpu 60000000 Hz
    ADSP-2115 ("adsp")cpu 16000000 Hz
    Speaker ("mono")audio
    DMA-driven DAC ("dac1")audio
    DMA-driven DAC ("dac2")audio
    DMA-driven DAC ("dac3")audio
    DMA-driven DAC ("dac4")audio

  • Schermi [Mostra dettagli]

    Questa macchina utilizza un solo schermo:
      Tipo di grafica: Raster
      Orientamento schermo: Orizzontale
      Risoluzione 576 x 432 @ 60.000000 Hz

  • Numero di giocatori: 1P
  • Controlli [Mostra dettagli]

    Tipo:
      Volante
      Pedale
     
    Numero di pulsanti: 3

  • ROM (11 della macchina, 1 di vari device) [Mostra dettagli]

    Riferito alla versione MAME: 0.181

    NomeDimensioniCRC32SHA1StatoNel romset
    sup10.bin52428807e70bae 17013d859ec075e12518b094040a056d850b3271 good speedup
    sup15.bin5242887947c28d 46efb56d0f7fe2e92d0d04dcd2f130aef3be436d good speedup
    sup25.bin4194304284c7cd1 58fbe73195aac9808a347c543423593e17ad3a10 good speedup
    sup32.bin2097152aed151de a139d4451d3758aa70621a25289d64c98c26d5c0 good speedup
    sup33.bin20971529be6ab7d 8bb07f2a096d1f8989a5a409f87b35b7d771de88 good speedup
    sup12.bin4194304311f3247 95014ea177011521a01df85fb511e5e6673dbdcb good speedup
    sup14.bin41943043ad3c089 1bd577679ed436251995a100aece2c26c0214fd8 good speedup
    sup11.bin4194304b993e65a b95bd4c1eac7fba1d2429250446b58f741350bb3 good speedup
    sup13.bin4194304ad00023c 9d7cce280fff38d7e0dac21e7a1774809d9758bd good speedup
    ic35.bin13107234737d1d e9109a88e211aa49851e72a6fa3417f1cad1cb8b good speedup
    ic34.bin131072e89e829b 50c99bd9667d78a61252eaad5281a2e7f57be85a good speedup
    c31boot.bin16384bddc2763 96b2170ecee5bec5abaa1741bb2d3b6096ecc262 baddump tms32031


    :  Macchina Parent
    :  Macchina Clone
    :  BIOS
    :  Device


 Informazioni 
HISTORY

Speed Up (c) 1996 Gaelco.


Un gioco di corsa in cui un massimo di 8 giocatori (con cabinati collegati) competono in una corsa a giri su uno di tre percorsi di prova. Dopo ogni giro, l'auto piú lenta viene eliminata e il gioco continua fino a che rimane solo il vincitore. Nella partita ad un giocatore, egli compete contro un gruppo di auto controllate dall'intelligenza artificiale.


Ogni giocatore sceglie un'auto fra le 10 disponibili, quindi seleziona il tracciato preferito (Principiante, Avanzato o Esperto). L'azione é veloce e furiosa e la partita puó variare fra uno o nove giri, a seconda del numero di giocatori rivali. Una mappa nell'angolo superiore destro dello schermo indica la posizione di tutti i piloti rivali.


- DATI TECNICI -


Processore Principale : 68000 (@ 15 Mhz), TMS32031 (@ 60 Mhz)

Processore Audio : ADSP2115 (@ 16 Mhz)

Chip Audio : (4x) DMA-driven (@ 16 Mhz)


Giocatori : 2

Controllo : volante

Pulsanti : 5


- CURIOSITA' -


Pubblicato nel Dicembre 1996.


Speed Up è stato il primo gioco 3D di Gaelco.


- STAFF -


Staff: Xavier Arrébola


- FONTI -


Rom del gioco.

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 MAMEINFO.DAT 
Informazioni su speedup

0.79u2 [Aaron Giles]


WIP:

- 0.147u4: Added internal boot loader programs to the TMS3203x core and support a switch between microcomputer (bootloader) and microprocessor modes via the TMS3203X_MCBL input. This is required for Rise of the Robots, whose boot code jumps into the middle of the bootloader ROM. Changes tested with primrage, sfrush and speedup [Phil Bennett].

- 0.139u3: Added 2nd coin slot.

- 0.128u5: Changed description to 'Speed Up (Version 1.20)'.

- 0.105u3: Aaron Giles fixed Speed Up - Game now playable. Added new user1/2 and gfx1 roms. Fixed gfx2 rom loading. Added 2nd Player and 5x buttons.

- 20th April 2006: Aaron Giles - A while back, I emulated a couple of the early Gaelco 3D games, Radikal Bikers and Surf Planet. I knew at the time that there was a third game on almost identical hardware, which was the racing game Speed Up, but unfortunately the dump of that game we had was incomplete. Over the past couple of years, I've managed to acquire two different board sets for Speed Up, yet getting a good dump of the 42-pin mask ROMs on the board has been challenging to say the least. Guru and I even manually mapped the address and data lines back to the ADSP-2105 that runs the sound, and confirmed that they matched the standard pinout of an ST 27C160/27C322, yet my programmer would always end up with garbage. A couple weeks ago, I was given a tip that sometimes these mask ROMs have either the /CE or /OE signals inverted. Last night I finally got around to trying it out, and sure enough, if I tied the /OE signal to Vcc during the dump, I got a good read of the sound and polygon data ROMs. Seemingly victorious, I also dumped the texture ROMs in the same way, but discovered that I had another obstacle in my way in reading those. With the texture ROMs, my programmer complained that pins 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25 and 27 weren't providing good connections. Curious, I looked at the pinout and discovered that these were the D8-D14 lines on the chip. This is a good indication that these ROMs are intended to be read in BYTE mode, not WORD mode. Of course, my programmer only handles WORD mode, which makes things tricky but not impossible. I simply had to read the ROM twice, tying the A'-1? pin alternately to GND and Vcc, and then merge the results, removing the bogus upper byte of each word. And so, at last, we have Speed Up. It pretty much worked straight away, apart from some input port problems, and looks pretty nice. Reminds me a bit of Cruisin' USA, except a bit smoother since the Gaelco hardware supports bilinear filtering.

- 4th April 2005: Aaron Giles - I decided that I needed to buy a new ROM programmer. The old one I have connects to a custom ISA card, and hence requires an ancient vintage PC to connect it to. Now, I realize some people out there still try to run MAME on such a beast, but I felt it was time to upgrade to something more modern using fancy "USB" technology. Seems to work pretty well so far. One of the remaining games I want to get emulated is Gaelco's Speed Up, which is the first of the three games they made that run on the early 3D hardware (the other two being Surf Planet and Radikal Bikers). The problem is that there are a number of 42-pin ROMs on the board that neither I nor Guru can seem to read. We've even traced out the pins and are pretty sure the pin layout matches a known EPROM type (27C322), but attempting to read the data that way is unsuccessful. Unfortunately, these ROMs contain all the model and sound data, and thus the game is unplayable without them. We will continue to try and find a solution on one side of the ocean or the other.

- 22nd February 2005: Guru - Speed Up (Gaelco) just arrived.

- 0.80: Changed 68000 CPU1 clock speed to 15MHz and TMS32031 CPU2 to 60MHz. Added 3x DMA-driven DAC sound. Removed all 4x buttons and coin slots 2/3/4.

- 24th February 2004: Aaron Giles - Fixed a subtle bug in the TMS32031 core that was causing problems with Radikal Bikers. Now at least all the geometry shows up okay. I'm still at a loss to explain alpha blending, Z buffering, or perspective correction. The incomplete driver should be in u2, so if you know some 3D math, feel free to have a look and see if you can't help me figure it out!

- 0.79u2: Aaron Giles added Speed Up (Gaelco 1996).

- 14th February 2004: Aaron Giles - Still stumped on the perspective correction, but I managed to figure out how the texture masking works so that text no longer has big blocks on the outside. Turns out some of the ROMs provide a 1bpp mask for certain textures. Also, I managed to get Surf Planet up and running. It's on the same hardware, but with a 68000 instead of a 68EC020. If you know MAME, you'll know that it's kind of a pain to do this because you can't just substitute a 68000 directly for a 68EC020 due to different data bus widths. Now if we can just dig up a Speed Up PCB and send it to Guru, I'll have all of the known Gaelco games on this hardware to play with.

- 28th May 2000: Guru - Dumped Speed Up (Gaelco).

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