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* '''Buggy Boy and TX-1''' feature an arithmetic chip with some nasty interface logic. The current emulation is very <s>crap</s> preliminary.
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* '''Buggy Boy and TX-1''' both have rather complex road-drawing hardware that isn't fully understood. Yet.
  
* '''Lock-On's''' hardware is mostly understood but remains to be implemented in the driver. There's some synchronisation issues between the CPUs; coin inputs are unresponsive and the background is not correctly cleared during the HUD demo/high score table screens.
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* '''Lock-On's''' hardware is mostly understood but remains to be implemented in the driver.

Revision as of 01:16, 3 September 2007

  • Buggy Boy and TX-1 both have rather complex road-drawing hardware that isn't fully understood. Yet.
  • Lock-On's hardware is mostly understood but remains to be implemented in the driver.