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MiSTer FPGA (computer/console/arcade hardware simulation)

Discussion in 'Retro & Arcade' started by elvis, Oct 14, 2018.

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    elvis Old school old fool

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    Mr X got Wonderboy working.

    After a huge sprint of cores he mentioned he needed to take a break. I think more Sega stuff was on his list, but he's had to slow down for personal reasons.

     
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    And its super good too :)
    Love that core
     
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    This is playable? Linky?

    Edit: found it. Oh my!
     
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    Vanne is also smashing it on MiSTer.
    I'm giving it a run for my money, love it
     
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    Smooth :)

    IMG_20200402_121318.jpg
     
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    I like that stick ....
     
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    Aaaand now I've got the music stuck in my head again...
     
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    Where else, in music, is there such a captive audience??? Held hostage by games for countless hours while these simple melodies got drilled into our brains for eternity!

    Not that I spend a lot of time on it, but The New Zealand Story is another one.
     
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    Puzzle Bobble is another (and Bubble Bobble before it).
     
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    Me too :)
     
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    It has to be 4x 0603 resistors.. laid on their side per single 1206 resistor array. Although I have the equipment to do this, there are 11 of these to do. So instead of placing 11 SMD components, I have to place 44 0603 on their sides. Cost will go up (alot) due to the time it takes.

    So have gone with 240/470R network instead.. Sorgelig recommends it as it is a bit brighter. Will see ! Parts on the way.. some have to come from China so it might take a few weeks to get some boards finished.
     
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    It's possible that I didn't check how many of these arrays were used per board. I see your trouble now...
     
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    been playing both of them a lot recently.. not so crash hot at ML yet though. (ML on lakka)
     
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    Lol i wouldent exactly call it "Smashing" it.. lol but i am getting better. Just did the leap frog doll bonus bit... i haven't done that successfully, i recon in 25 years...
     
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    G'day all, been following this thread for about 6 months now and finally decided to join up. I'm also following the Atari forum MiSTer section. I am running the DE10 Nano with original power supply + adapter, generic powered USB hub, generic 12v fan on the 5v pins and a 128mb memory chip from Andrew. I have zero hardware/software skills and am just using HDMI output into a 1080p LCD monitor. Also I use an Xbox 360 controller.

    I will attach images (with my cardboard fan plate) of my very basic setup, but I have to work out how to do it first.

    I really appreciate the effort you all make in posting in this thread, and enjoy the photos of your own setups.

    Also big shout out to Andrew Wong - the memory chip is gold.
     
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    [​IMG]

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    I'm planning on making my own case using perspex and running extension cables from HDMI, power and microSD.

    I have run into a problem with the HDMI extension. My monitor shows no signal when I use it with the DE10, but it works with the PC. I'm guessing it is a power issue with the DE10? The HDMI extension cable is this one from Amazon:
    https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B06WGPT999/ref=pe_2418362_389871932_em_1p_0_ti

    If anyone is able to help it would be much appreciated.
     
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    Does it show the menu and not work in game? Or no menu at all?
     
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    Whilst perusing this design, I particularly loved the

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    :thumbup: Welcome to the forums and also to your first friendly photochopping.
     
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    Thanks! Love the added description:thumbup: Can you tell I'm a tech-nuffie?

    Yeah, I have to get the image resizing better...
     

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