Discussion in 'Retro & Arcade' started by elvis, Sep 8, 2020.
oh i remember when this was a thing, i'm pretty sure i had a Palsonic tele that had inbuilt tetris.
Pretty sure I had the exact same brand too!
Yeah no doubt they're all running the same tuner/system IC that has this built in.. be cool to find what the IC it is for the purpose of the thread
Valve Index, virtual games room, virtual Game and Watch that runs Doom:
appropriate looks like it's being played by an old geezer with the shakes, lol.
loved when it changed, VR stuff like this can be a lot of fun.
VR might soon be the only way future generations can experience the very short lived entertainment folks like you and I grew up with.
I see Sony Ericsson phones listed.
Non Sony Actual Ericsson phones had Tetris too. Not sure if they’re architecturally the same or not, but well before the merger, I can confirm the T20 came with Tetris.
Also, the best doom by far is the pregnancy test one.
Honestly I'm not even taking this seriously any more, and this is just very, very cool.
I've seen this before with a SNES, but now some clever bikkie has made an RPi spit video out through a NES.
This IS NOT Doom running on NES, but instead on an RPi which in turn pushes its video out through NES hardware. Still pretty funny though.
haw haw haw doom and watch
Does SNES running MK inside Doom count?
If it was Doom or Tetris inside of MK then it counts!
Doom on the MacBook Pro Touch Bar
While finding that;
Watch Doom 2 played on a single keyboard key display (Optimus Maximus keyboard)
New Doom port to "Megadrive". Will try this out on a real MD plus non-everdrive flash cart on the weekend to see if it's legit, but so far this looks nuts.
The MD core on MiSTer is apprently super accurate these days, I wonder if it'd play this port ?
Reading some chatter online, apparently it only works on a Mega Everdrive Pro (specifically that model/version flashcart). Sounds to me like they're not playing fair if that's the case.
Haven't had a spare moment to try for myself.
seems like it's running on the everdrive pro FPGA . The Music and wav sound effects are a bit of a clue I guess.
Specifically that model/version flashcart has a Cyclone IV and an ARM MCU in it, so it's not like they can flip a switch to have it running on the MiSTer.
There's a download without the music, which I was hoping meant that the graphics at least were pure Megadrive hardware. But it looks to me like it's just a case of the old "cart CPU does all the work, Megadrive shows the picture straight off the buffer".
is that still a 'port' really ?
i guess its a port to that fpga, but not to megadrive ??