Arcade1UP Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, Street Fighter II: The New Challengers, Street Fighter II: Turbo
About this deal
Street Fighter 2 CE Cabinet - Some EMULATOR BOARDS STARTING TO MALFUNCTION OVER TIME and/or OUT OF BOX - WHEN SELECTED SUPER STREET FIGHTER II: The New Challengers instead either opens STREET FIGHTER II CE or freezes, making one game effectively unplayable - appears to primarily impact newly manufactured units.
Retro gaming | Ardade1up | Street Fighters, Pac-Man | Smyths
Number of games is set in /etc/init.d/ - line is: ./menu, XX `cat /tmp/selected` where XX is number of games - 3, 12, etc.
The executable is named MOO-MIME-ShipMusl-GG Executables can be renamed to whatever you want. Executables can be placed whereever you want; they will look for their data in ./zassets A text file exists for each menu choice (/root/ game X, where X=1-12), consisting of only one line. For MAME it contains the the ROM name ("asteroid","tempest", etc). For MOO it's a hard-coded game number ("g0","g1","g2").
Arcade1UP Street Fighter II Big Blue Arcade Machine with Arcade1UP Street Fighter II Big Blue Arcade Machine with
In-Game Features:EXIT: Hold (1P-START for 3 seconds [if local save is enabled, saves local save to ./docs]RESET: Hold 2P-START for 3 seconds [loads fixed save state from ./zassets]
What you will need to convert your Arcade1Up
Updated Control Panel– Allows you to have the correct amount of buttons to navigate and play a wide variety of game Uses MAME v 0.139u1, compiled 2018- xx- xx. Also uses RetroArch + Libreto MAME2003, for Gauntlet only.
Arcade1Up Adjustable Gaming Stool - Capcom Legacy Street Fighter Arcade1Up Adjustable Gaming Stool - Capcom Legacy Street Fighter
Only difference I noticed from v1.0.1 board is /root/565/04.load - the "how to play" screen for Lunar Lander. (v1.0.1 indicated the spinner was used to move. This was removed from v1.0.2) This board will allow you connect up a computer with an hdmi connection into your Arcade1Up monitor. The monitor that comes with it is not a standard computer monitor that has connections like hdmi, VGA, or DVI. It is just an lcd panel.O# = Orientation of Screen [default O1]O1 = Top of Game on RIGHT of normal monitor [monitor should be LEFT SIDE DOWN]O3 = Top of Game on LEFT of normal monitor [monitor should be RIGHT SIDE DOWN] NEWS 30: Final Fight is not a 2nd-Gen game. It uses the same board as all the other 1st-Gen games. Controls match SF2 exactly (but FF uses only 2 buttons per player.) Should be trivial to add FF's games to a SF board, to make a "7-in-1".