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in Pascal, using the Deplhi I.D.E. to run on a P.C. under Windows 95/98.
System registry manipulation via pulldown menu
executes a game emulator (Mame), with command line switches dependent
upon the user's selection from the main screen.
a custom AVI file in either fullscreen or windowed mode
system configuration: Pentium 200 with 32 Mb RAM
program runs on a P.C. using Windows 95 or 98. When started, it auto
runs a custom AVI file, with sound, in either fullscreen or windowed
mode, which can be bypassed with a keystroke or mouse click. The main
selection screen allows the user to select a game to play, via either
keyboard entry, or mouse click using buttons which illuminate in colour
when the mouse is over them. A central display window shows a graphic
of the current selection. Upon clicking the mouse button, the front
end causes Mame (a game emulator ) to be executed in a shell environment,
running the game code relevant to the selection. The user can customise
various parameters via a pulldown configuration menu. Configuration
data is stored, retrieved from the Windows system registry. This program
is currently distributed on CD Rom with the Hotrod Joystick, by Hanaho
Games Inc. U.S.A.