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Multi Retro Man

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  1. Awesome I thought it was in pounds. Oops I love playing it though. Really nice game
  2. Awww thanks Gary, all the best to you too my friend
  3. Many thanks for this one. I put £500 into it and won £1000. If only I could do that in real life but with a fiver lol
  4. I've noticed something wrong, I moved the numbers the wrong way round for the 3 x 3 and they look wrong..... oops. I'll update it soon and re-upload it.
  5. Version 1.0.1

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    Hi, I decided to release this as it was originally released by duplu on another website back in 2007 then I didn't realise that @Ross (I presume you're the same Ross?) released a DX of this in 2013, until after I had completed my version. Anyhow, I used some of the original images for certain things like the cash amounts on the top part and the features because I didn't think using the machine's image would be good enough. Many thanks as always to the late, great Wizard for his amazing emulator and help that he's given me over the short period that I started doing the DX layouts but I'm so greatful to him for his help. Okay, the one thing I'm not too happy about is the dot matrix but no matter how I tried, I just couldn't get it to look perfect. I tried putting a larger version at the bottom of the machine but I felt it looked a bit silly and it still wasn't right, so I just left the old one in. Oh I nearly forgot, this was the first layout I've done using merged/blended lamps for the +1, +2 and +3 and it looks okay but when you get to the game, I think it's a bit too bright on a couple of parts but I hope you don't mind too much. As always, take care everyone, stay safe and I hope you enjoy my release and you are doing okay
  6. Awwww, booger as they say. I wonder if anyone will be able to release an updated version of MFME under another name that can emulate these games and others in future?
  7. I look in YooToob videos as I've got some layouts from a screenshot of a decent video or part of a clip of one to obtain the bits I need, such as the hammers on the Grab The Bank. I always look on eBay as well because sometimes people sell machines and there's occasionally an image of the machine there. I didn't think you didn't look for images, I just thought I'd give other ideas on where to look. Hope you didn't mind.
  8. Many thanks for this one. I tried to see if I could find any images of it anywhere and nope, not one.
  9. That's one of them that I found. Not sure where I saw the other one. I'll have a look and see if I can find another one and post it if I find it.
  10. Thanks for this. I found an image of a game with the same name but it looks like it has extra things on that this doesn't.
  11. Thanks for the positive feedback. Unfortunately I'm not too sure. Some machines have an option that if you open both doors (top left buttons on the emulator) there's sometimes menu options and one is to change the volume. Hope that may help, unless anyone else knows for definite on here?
  12. Oh hang on, I might have uploaded it to the wrong one, the fruit-emu website. I'll have another look
  13. I didn't think I could upload them there but I'll have a look at it. Just going to bed now but I'll have a check in the morning.
  14. Wow what a machine this is. Many thanks for this one.
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