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#41501
Re: This friggin' color scheme
Posted on: 2004/7/14 8:09
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Only 3 things wrong with the colors. The first two are caused by having one's gamma adjusted properly. (Which also messes up the BG image, but I can live with that...)

1. The sickly pinkish color used for, e.g. the Subject line above each post. (Each occurance of #AF0A0A should be changed to #FF0000.)

2. Not enough contrast.

3. The idiot(s) who thought up CSS didn't put color adjustment for all possible form controls. (I might have another go at fixing the checkboxes...)

Anyway, to reiterate what Fredde said: Great content!

-RunnerPack
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#41502
Re: virtual IDEAS
Posted on: 2004/7/14 6:30
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I'll definitely help with a Metroid-type game! (As long as you don't mean Prime ;)

You're on your own with the survival horror one, though... Blecch!

-RunnerPack
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#41503
Re: Guestbook Archive
Posted on: 2004/7/14 1:39
burnin
Wow!

Ich kannte den VB ja schon recht lange, hatte aber keine Ahnung, dass das Ding so populär ist und überhaupt zu haben! Ich bin begeistert!

Jetzt bin ich schlauer und was soll ich sagen... Ich muss mir bald einen zulegen!

Wieviel kann man denn so ca als Anschaffungskosten für die us Version einplanen?

Und die Seite ist der Hammer! Ich lese schon seit Stunden und bin immernoch nicht durch!

Immer schön weiter zocken! ;)
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#41504
Re: The Noteworthy Auction Thread™
Posted on: 2004/7/13 1:37
Virtual Freak
Joined 2004/1/26
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VB with 21 Games!
http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?V ... =187&item=8117942420&rd=1

Why does this guy has no Virtual Baseball???!!?
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#41505
Re: Red Alarm Question
Posted on: 2004/7/12 4:56
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also, is there any difference between the american and japanese versions of vertical force?

i was looking to get both vertical force and red alarm on ebay this week.
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#41506
Red Alarm Question
Posted on: 2004/7/12 4:49
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Joined 2003/8/24
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is there any difference between the american and japanese versions of red alarm?
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#41507
Not quite ready-made, but...
Posted on: 2004/7/11 6:53
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ToTotek makes a Genesis flash cart that's twice as big as the largest released VB game for US$70.

[url]http://www.tototek.com/pio/main1/SUBMENU/PARTS/LINKS/OS/mdpro64.htm[/url]

Acording to this document by David Tucker, such a cart could be (relatively) easily converted for use on the VB.

All you need to do is get a socket the cart would plug into, and wire it up to the connector from a VB cart according to the pinouts. The PCB for such an adapter would be quite simple, and would make it only a few minutes of work (as opposed to hours/days/months using individual wires...)

-RunnerPack

Post Edited (02-25-05 01:45)
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#41508
Re: New guy with some questions.
Posted on: 2004/7/10 6:43
-~=Hello=~-
1.Wario Land
2.Mario Tennis
3.Mario Clash

It would be sweet if they made SILENT HILL for the VB... =)
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#41509
WOOHOO! JapJB
Posted on: 2004/7/9 19:22
virtual Jim
I just thought I'd let everyone know I got the japanese version of Jack Bros. today, WOOHOO!
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#41510
Re: Duke Nukem 3D/Doom/Wolfenstein 3D
Posted on: 2004/7/9 9:50
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Because writing a new engine from scratch would be a better use of time and produce far better end results. As evidenced by the YetiVB project (j/k, Dan! Blow the dust off that sucker and keep goin'! ;)

Plus, once the engine was created, the content from these or any number of other (inexplicably) popular games could be converted (relatively) easily, providing the same net effect. (Which would probably NOT be record numbers of VB fans...)

P.S. I have the Doom source, if you want it ;)

-RunnerPack
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