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wearecity

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  1. They are not available in the current released build. But should be in the next build, along with some bug fixes.
  2. View File Hot Dogs (Impulse Gaming) Hot Dogs £25 Jackpot, 25p play, 82% Payout An Impulse Gaming machine on Epoch Tech THIS LAYOUT IS MUTE Again I have no pictures to go by, so will not 100% represent the layout of the real machine. KEYS: 0= Insert £1 ' = Cancel/Collect, 1-3 = Holds 1-3, A/N = Auto Nudge, E/X= Xchange, Space= Start P= Picks, L= Step Left, R= Step Right, M/U = Move Up STREAKS: 1 Bone = 1 Streak symbol 3 streaks available, Orange (will be white on real machine), Blue, Red. Red is the top streak. Upon entering feature, it's possible for the red streak to stretch the whole line of streak symbols, if in a jackpot ready mood, so just 1 bone = Red Streak. The reverse, if the first streak lamp isn't orange (can be first two lamps if in bad mood), then it means a minimum of 2 or 3 bones needed for the first streak to become available. Thanks to: Wizard (RIP) for the fantastic MFME The Program rom provider Impulse for leaving FME alone Submitter wearecity Submitted 07/12/21 Category Impulse Gaming  
  3. Version 1.0.0

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    Hot Dogs £25 Jackpot, 25p play, 82% Payout An Impulse Gaming machine on Epoch Tech THIS LAYOUT IS MUTE Again I have no pictures to go by, so will not 100% represent the layout of the real machine. KEYS: 0= Insert £1 ' = Cancel/Collect, 1-3 = Holds 1-3, A/N = Auto Nudge, E/X= Xchange, Space= Start P= Picks, L= Step Left, R= Step Right, M/U = Move Up STREAKS: 1 Bone = 1 Streak symbol 3 streaks available, Orange (will be white on real machine), Blue, Red. Red is the top streak. Upon entering feature, it's possible for the red streak to stretch the whole line of streak symbols, if in a jackpot ready mood, so just 1 bone = Red Streak. The reverse, if the first streak lamp isn't orange (can be first two lamps if in bad mood), then it means a minimum of 2 or 3 bones needed for the first streak to become available. Thanks to: Wizard (RIP) for the fantastic MFME The Program rom provider Impulse for leaving FME alone
  4. Yes congratulations on your first release for the new era of MFME.
  5. Ah ok, Vecra666, maybe right about you have too few posts. I'm sure Reg will help you out. As it's your layout, I guess you can upload to wherever you want. But to keep things as neat and tidy and to get the most people to see and download it, it's best to upload it via the downloads here. Providing it's your own work, uploading it here, will also improve your reputation on the site and get you a fml artist badge. So people will know you are a layout producer.
  6. Oh, another one of my classics, coming in useful I remember doing this one, without having to download and play it first. Cheerful Pessimest spoke about this being a doable machine, but strangely better on the higher £25 jackpot, normally we hear, it wasn't doable on the higher jackpot versions, rather than it was better on higher jackpots.
  7. Hi, do you not have submit file on this page? https://www.desertislandfruits.com/forum/index.php?/files/
  8. Making steady progress with this one. Hopefully out some point next week.
  9. Yes, Click on design, then edit mode (or CTRL E), then click on the configuration tab. Where it says display port, make sure you check meters, it's probably checked for Displays. Then close the configuration screen, come out of edit mode (press CTRL E). Then reload the layout and it say yes to accept changes. The above will work on several MPU3 machines, that will alarm when trying to enter coins.
  10. Thanks for these. Never really saw this machine in many places, compared to other similar machines. The thing is as it got a £8 and £10 upgrade, it must have been out in numbers, somewhere in the country you would think.
  11. Another mute Epoch. Hot Dogs by Impulse. Any pictures, particular good enough to see the lamp names, would be great and will help speed up the release massively. Otherwise, I will need to play it quite a bit to find out what's on the row lamps up the top. Thankfully the reels were easy, due to good old Bacta v1
  12. To stop the reels going out of sync, go into design, edit mode, then right click on reel 1, choose properties, then on the left hand side put a 2 in the Opto Tab box and apply the change. Come out and then do that for the other two reels. It will instantly stop it happening, then just save the changes when finished playing. There are several layouts for this machine, some have the 2 into the Opto Tab box, for anyone else, thinking it doesn't do that on my version.
  13. Or running for the last bus or train, cause you desperately are trying to claw back some money. Or maybe kicked a machine in anger and are trying to escape from the manager. I guess overtime the arcade will be configurable so we can create areas of machines. Love to see other user created ones too.
  14. Over the years, quite a few designers have lamped artwork, ready in case the roms turn up. Same as the other way round, collecting roms for unemulated techs, in the hope the tech can be emulated. Most of my mute Epochs have been done, in the hope sounds turn up. In most cases I'm hoping art and sounds turn up, but that's a real long shot. But long shots do come in occasionally.
  15. Go into edit mode, right click on each reel choose properties and on the left hand side of the properties screen adjust the reel band offset until the reels line up. If at 0, adjusting them by just a couple either way usually - 2 or +2 works. It happened to many sys5 layouts in the later versions of MFME.
  16. Cheers, the other couple of differences I can see, the shuffle button is in a different position on Cannonball Run and the top feature is named differently, to be really picky
  17. View File Cut Throat Cash Cut Throat Cash A Global Games machine on Epoch Tech £5 Jackpot 10p play, 90% Payout My first £5 layout. This is a 99.9% clone of Cannonball Run, made for the £5 market, but the roms will go up to £25 Jackpot. Layout is unlocked and for reference, lamp numbers are the same, so if any pictures are present an easy £25 classic could be created or if good enough pictures a £25 DX. Sound roms from Cannonball Run a perfect fit, so may have even been used for the real machine itself. KEYS: Cancel = ` Hold Buttons 1-3 = 1-3, Collect = C, Auto Nudge = N, Start = Space Take Cash = H, Take Feature = F, Take Pot (take on layout) = P, Shuffle = E Left Hi = Q Left Lo = A Right Hi = W Right Lo = S Insert £1 = 0 THANKS TO: Wizard (may he RIP) for the wonderful MFME Vecs for the reels from Cannonball Run, a huge time saver Char042102 & Johnny AFC for some pictures to go by, another huge time saver. The rom provider for both program and sounds (sounds from Cannonball Run) Global Games for leaving FME alone. Submitter wearecity Submitted 02/12/21 Category Global  
  18. Version 1.0.0

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    Cut Throat Cash A Global Games machine on Epoch Tech £5 Jackpot 10p play, 90% Payout My first £5 layout. This is a 99.9% clone of Cannonball Run, made for the £5 market, but the roms will go up to £25 Jackpot. Layout is unlocked and for reference, lamp numbers are the same, so if any pictures are present an easy £25 classic could be created or if good enough pictures a £25 DX. Sound roms from Cannonball Run a perfect fit, so may have even been used for the real machine itself. KEYS: Cancel = ` Hold Buttons 1-3 = 1-3, Collect = C, Auto Nudge = N, Start = Space Take Cash = H, Take Feature = F, Take Pot (take on layout) = P, Shuffle = E Left Hi = Q Left Lo = A Right Hi = W Right Lo = S Insert £1 = 0 THANKS TO: Wizard (may he RIP) for the wonderful MFME Vecs for the reels from Cannonball Run, a huge time saver Char042102 & Johnny AFC for some pictures to go by, another huge time saver. The rom provider for both program and sounds (sounds from Cannonball Run) Global Games for leaving FME alone.
  19. Another enjoyable video. Loved, Hot Dogs, me and a girl I worked with, played it many times in a few arcades. I sent a picture of the layout to her, a little while back on Facebook and she instantly remembered it. We used to go for Butch 9/10, with the odd time for Fritz. but never Flash. All the features were worth an exchange, because they could all give £3 +, even Money Belt and Spin A Win. Fairground, is another one, I played many times in many places, but always found it quite frustrating, so never pushed it for the anything beyond £3 repeat. Always felt the feature board was a bit too short.
  20. Thanks for this one. One of my early classic layouts. https://www.fruit-emu.com/forums/topic/54606-mpu5funfair/ Forgot I'd done it, until I started playing it, the horrible hi-lo ditty, immediately triggered. It's also a machine I never played in real life, but like all Red Gaming machines, for the clueless casual player, it's best played from the safety of the emulator lol, to avoid an empty wallet and an early end to the evening.
  21. Thanks for this one. One of the better known Red's. I seemed to remember this machine in lots of pubs, wherever you went in the country.
  22. Yep they do work nicely The roms will run up to £25 jackpot, but I guess as it's exactly the same machine a £5 version would be preferable. Also my first ever £5 layout.
  23. wearecity

    Cut Throat Cash

    Appears to be a 100% clone of Cannonball Run. Going to be mute, unless the sounds from Cannonball are a match (haven't tried yet). Early thanks to Vecs for the reels from Cannonball and Char042102 for the picture for reference. https://www.desertislandfruits.com/forum/index.php?/gallery/image/616-cut-throat-cash-aka-cannonball-run-global/ Early days WIP pic
  24. When travelling, I play FME on v20.1, on a Surface pro bought in 2015, without any issue.
  25. Thanks for unleashing Noel onto us all again. One I don't think I've played before.
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