Yes this is Epoch, sadly no resources other than the program roms seem to be available.
It's working and I'll finish it, but again it'll be one that probably doesn't have the layout of the real machine.
Perhaps the following info might lead to someone knowing if it's a clone of another machine.
This has a trail to start the feature is like nothing I've seen before on an Epoch machine. It's 35 squares long, with nudges, boosts, respins and one start feature on certain trail squares. The main reels have numbers as high as 9 on them, obviously to stand a chance of getting to the end of the trail, as the trail is so long.
When you get to the end of the trail and start the feature, you have a reel belt, like Maximum Overdrive and getting ziggy with it, where you can hi lo, one of three numbers. The left number if guessed hi lo adds to cash stack, middle, features stack and right for nudge stack. Some numbers have a bonus on them.
Ive worked on it a bit more, so will get a picture up later tonight.
Great stuff, was looking forward to seeing this. Really clear looking DX, with everything readable.
As I said before my most played machine of this type. Not played it with the sound up, as naturally pubs never did have the volume up. Whoever at Extreme, thought it was a good idea to have the beeping of the heart monitoring machine, while on the feature, should be locked in a room, with 100 monitoring machines set at full volume. Definitely not a machine to be played through headphones lol.