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Zero Wing Conversion of the horizontally scrolling Toaplan arcade blaster that was also released for the Mega Drive, although this is the superior version. Second hand. A manual holder tab impression through the manual. You may also like these. Genki News. So for the time being it will be the original zerowing.
Alas, so far it did not help not your fault, mind you. When I made my post I initially had the latest rbf from the release folder, the original zerowing. After downloading the latest mras and putting them in the right places I tried them right away and got a black screen without seeing the progress bar of the rom loading.
So I opened the various mras and saw that I needed zerowing. I used directly the mame getter script which installed these 2 zip. At this point I got the stripes and lime screen. I made my post to see if someone had the same problem. Now I knew it can be the core due to these IPs updates or the zips which I did not believe as mame getter has served me very well all these years.
After your above post it can only be the rbf. For the size of the rbf I knew that you cannot get the exact same size but usually the difference is in bytes, not KB like between the release core and the core I built. Your core is 3,, bytes, the one I built is 3,, which is more like it I think the main difference is due to the IPs not updated.
So now I have to figure out how to build a working core. Your info regarding docker seems to be a good solution but I am a Windows user both at work and at home for software available only on Windows.
I recently installed Zorin OS in a virtual machine, it is based on Ubuntu so it should work but I don’t know much about docker and never used these containers so I would have to learn how to proceed. But this thing about IPs having to be updated bothers me and have for some time as it happened before on some MISTer cores. Trying to figure it out I created an empty project and this is the contents of the qpf file: Quartus Prime Version Here is the qpf from github: Quartus Prime Version To fix this on your end so you don’t get the warnings, edit zerowing.
Re: Zero Wing by Toaplan Arcade Core Released Unread post by jca » Sat Jan 29, am Flandango Thanks, I feel much relieved as it did not make sense that the core built under Linux worked and the core built under Windows did not work when using the same version of Quartus on both systems. It happens that the Windows core was working but I had renamed the old core instead of moving it out the way.
I guess the core was initially developed for a different cyclone which required Q13 and upgrading the IP is not just simply using a new IP but may require modification to the HDL.
I think it is what happened when I had this upgrade warning when I tried to compile the Multicomp core: I first changed the IP which was a PLL and the resulting core was funky.
I think it is better to ignore the warning and if the core compiles without error it should be OK. If I had renamed the old core zerowing-ok or zerowingok it would have worked and I wouldn’t have learned this crucial detail. Good to know for next time. In any case I followed your suggestion and guess what What is going on with MISTer? However, the start button wouldn’t work, it would act as coin, no matter how I set controls up.
So I decided to delete the. However, they wouldn’t download, I guess it didn’t work as I expected after deletion, I thought it would notice they weren’t there and re-download , so I got them from github again. The game works, but as before, no way to start the game, the start button is just the same as coin.
Any help? You have to forget about the initial release. Delete from your MISTer zerowing. Running mame getter or update all with mame getter enabled to get the 2 zips. The core in the release folder is not the right one, it is an older one, so you have to build it yourself.
I do not see any problem with the coin and start buttons. I am not a real gamer and usually die within a few seconds so I cannot tell how well it runs but it runs. Do not keep any zerowing style core from previous test or you will have some surprises, see previous posts.
I took me a day to have my “non working” core work thanks to all who helped figure it out. It’s far from perfect but at least you can give the game a go. May be the OutZone provided earlier is better but it is hard to know as Skeeter did not provide much information.
They did it. Truxton and Hellfire are runnable. Keep in mind, it is too early for release yet. If you want to try, pull the latest git changes and build your own rbf. Truxton already. I had to try this. Graphical glitches aside, seeing Tatsujin running now is amazing. Hellfire seems pretty solid, loving this core.
Now I can retire the Outzone rbf.