I think I went a little overboard...

Discussion in 'Arcade and Supergun' started by mairsil, Mar 26, 2006.

  1. Borman

    Borman Digital Games Curator

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    Looks great dude! A bit expensive, but it looks awesome
     
  2. mairsil

    mairsil Officer at Arms

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    Just a "bit" expensive, though I'll be looking to recoup some of that money in Atlantic City this weekend...
     
  3. Very nice, thanks for sharing, has given me some nice ideas ;)
     
  4. mairsil

    mairsil Officer at Arms

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    Which part: the customized arcade machine or the gambling? :lol:
     
  5. virtual alan

    virtual alan Officer at Arms

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    Pretty damn impressive.....if I had any idea about electronics I may be tempted :nod:

    But not that bright :banghead:

    Plus I would still want all the consoles out on display as well...so extra purchases


    Out of curisosity what`s the PROGRAM with the cat on the debug?
     
  6. mairsil

    mairsil Officer at Arms

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    All it does right now is draw a triangle to the screen and lets you manipulate it with the controller. It was just a simple controller test program I made up to make sure that the XDK was working properly.
     
  7. mairsil

    mairsil Officer at Arms

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    I regret building this now. Takes up too much space and can't get rid of it...
     
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  8. Gamemaster14XIV

    Gamemaster14XIV The Master of All Games

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    Do you plan to put any art on the sides or on the control panel or to just leave them plain?
     
  9. mairsil

    mairsil Officer at Arms

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    Well, it's been plain for over a decade now. Not likely to change anytime soon.
     
  10. A Toubib

    A Toubib Midnight Xbox Crew

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    Did you get a decades worth of fun on it though?
     
  11. rob black

    rob black <B>Site Supporter 2013</B><BR><B>Site Supporter 20

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    Any updates? When you building a new one?
     
  12. mairsil

    mairsil Officer at Arms

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    No, I only played it for a couple of months before getting bored. A cautionary tale for those looking to get into arcade stuff.
     
  13. MottZilla

    MottZilla Champion of the Forum

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    That's one reason a Supergun can be quite handy. Or rather than building a whole cabinet you could build something smaller or something that breaks down.
     

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