I did do this about 5 years ago. I even kept in the tilt sensor and wired that into the computer so you can hit the machine and jiggle the ball around. Basically, instead of on an iPad or phone, it's on a life-size screen inside a real pinball machine, with real buttons, plus the backglass and scoreboard display. There are no descriptions available for Golden Tee 2K v1. I hope they're better at building games then they are websites.
I love World Class Bowling but haven't tried Shuffleshot yet. I have a trackball and 2 spinners working very nicely in Advancemame, but I have been less successful using libretro cores. It takes a ton of time, which I no longer have, I wouldn't fault anyone for going this route. That ended up being one of the final straws in my marriage, but my new wife is better so it worked out well in the end. The reason I want to play Golden Tee so badly is because it'll give me an excuse to use this X-Arcade trackball I have. Right now it plays 108 tables. I get full framer ate on high res.
It takes a ton of time, which I no longer have, I wouldn't fault anyone for going this route. No approved descriptions in database. Tried pretty much every combination, and this seems the smoothest. First place to look would be The Guru's page. There is no trackball support for xbox with those controllers, period. That ended up being one of the final straws in my marriage, but my new wife is better so it worked out well in the end.
Lots of info at vpforums. If I buy it, I'll post some pics tonight or tomorrow. One night I was drinking a lot and couldn't deal with it anymore and smashed it into a million pieces in the garage, then tried to set it on fire. I could see these versions being very difficult to emulate whenever the time comes. If I buy it, I'll post some pics tonight or tomorrow. Chances are, that since you are here, you must have either played or are going to play this game.
I think they use the same modeling engine. Ok, so now you've got me wanting a combo game cabinet. It's the guts that I'm fuzzy on. To me, assuming the machine is in good shape, this price seems pretty reasonable. Worth buying something like this vs building.
I also will pass on that with a fast processor, no additional settings are necessary. I don't see it listed on their site. It's got dumbed controls without any real nuance or finesse. All the old analog buttons and switches work just fineWhat pinball you got? It's also very likely that the Fore games run on completely new Incredible Technologies hardware, and the roms aren't even dumped, let alone having preliminary drivers. Worth buying something like this vs building.
You can help us out by submitting a description for this title. Yes, the newest one I have is 2002. Obviously Neo Geo had arcade perfect stuff, but I never played those consoles then. Edit: Like this: , the screen fills the entire area under the glass, I got a 70s widebody pinball so it would fit. Golden Tee is the best video game of all time imo. Congrats on the new wife.
I'd love to take a look. Otherwise, the game seems to run reasonably well. Once it was working I never upgraded it. I love World Class Bowling but haven't tried Shuffleshot yet. Holy crap I want that so bad.
That's the site I bought my stuff through. I only care about running the classics. Right now it plays 108 tables. I just picked up a Dell Optiflex with an i7 3rd gen running at 3. All the old analog buttons and switches work just fineWhat pinball you got? Should have mentioned that all of the earlier not Fore Golden Tees work fine. That's the site I bought my stuff through. I figure with minimal effort I can cannibalize the guts, and build a small console with arcade quality buttons.