Next up from me is this Red Hot X clone by mazooma Classic Seven's.
Now there's a slight problem with the layout and thats the speed of the top feature reels when you get the classic seven feature. For some reason they spin very slow i thought it was due to the dimming of the outer lamps but i deleted them for another unlit version but it still span the same, so when you're on the top feature and you get jackpot you might want to make a cup of tea whilst its counting the bank up etc, apart from that its all good as in the base reels spin at normal speed. Maybe Wizard may comment as to why they are running far slower than they should be.
You'll notice the "nudge now" lamp isn't clear like the 1,2,3 lamps this is due to flash burn on the original image but was to hard to remove so left as is.
Thanks goto the Ebay seller of this machine. To the Creator of Red Hot X for the basic lamping positions, but most are different in this machine.
Shortcuts are Start = Spacebar Auto Start = A Collect/Cancel = ` Holds = 1,2,3 Insert £1's = 0
Apart from the minor problems above i hope you Enjoy it and Happy Gaming!!!
True I have finished lol.
Anyways almost complete, I've left the nudge lamp as is, but hit a slight snag.
The outer multi coloured lamps are lit but when you enter the top feature where the lamps dim it dramatically slows the top feature reels down now I have two options
A. Release with top coloured lamps lit for hi spec pcs which will cope with the dimming lamps within the release topic
And B. Release another version (the main one) without those lamps lit which should speed up the top reels for us lower end laptop users.
Still need reel symbols remaking for this but I hope to release by tomorrow!
Another one for Flamin!! June, this time its a popular machine thats still about today
Mazooma's Monopoly Road to Riches £35, (the first version not the later video one)
Big thanks to the original creator of this Kriss of which he made the £25 version this is based on and a "newer" or at least looked a newer £35 version too which was made back in the days of "Door Open" machines within mfme10.1 and it may well of been the first £35 machine to have been made back then.
Also to Samson81 for yet again producing another hi res flyer scan from his lot, those have been very useful to me and others in the past and present.
This rom version is scorpion5 unlike its predecessor in scorp4 but plays the same.
Shortcuts are >
50p Start = Spacebar 30p Start = The "ALT" key Transfer = T Holds = 1,2,3 Hi = 2, Lo = 3 Cancel/Collect = ` Step - Hi lo Reel = S Take Free Parking = F Take Bonus = B Play Super Trail = P £1's in = 0 £5 = 7, £10 = 8 & £20 = 9
Hope Everything's ok with this if not let us know also if anyones got a hi res flyer scan of the video version £5-£70 upload away,
Play this as with any layouts released in the Latest version of Mfme available, which can be downloaded via the Web Address mention at the bottom of the release notes
Can you find the pic id for these without a hex editor thingy anyway I'm useless at finding them lol
Also as infection states you had Cash Gordon as a wip amongst others, are they close enough for releasing yet
Coming soon within the next week or so is this oldie revamp
A machine that kriss did ages back as a beta and maybe a first £35 jackpot for mfme9.4/10.1 back then it was "door open mode" but since mfme5 its been able to be played as it should so to present day i thought i'd do a revamp for it
early thanks goto
samson81 for the flyer and kriss for the original layout incase i forget lol
Also if Piesthecat is reading this can you take some hi res photos of the reel symbols and or the hi lo numbers please, if not does anybody know the Font for the hi lo number reel?