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  1. LOL A plan, eh ? How much bizzaro world can be fascinating...
  2. ????? Wake up BP... Swallow the blue pill... It's obvious it's your silly policy that started it all. Nobody asked for this. Now good luck fixing this LOL. Anyway... Known fact, you're just a complete weirdo.
  3. Gorgeous graphics. Come on BP ! Make us happy !
  4. I'm fairly sure it wasn't. The PC (Acro Studios) version isn't the same either. It wasn't for sure. Game is from south korea... not much amigas there at the time. And this machine wouldn't handle so many sprites and background distortions... I wish it could though... Nice game btw.
  5. I'd like to congratulate your parents for raising such a moron. I think I'll send them a postcard soon. You're definitely a phenomenon. LMAO. Don't worry, I wasn't expecting you to play the game. Meaning acting like a gentleman. You actually can't. Remember you are my favorite emulator, Kenny.
  6. Well, at the time, I'd rather post here than answer ridiculous emails from my coworkers. I believe you. I'm actually looking forward to messing with that emu. I'll check that out. I never noticed. Does it include all the driver people like IQ? Right, I've seen Madmab and Xport's 'name' but not the original coder(s). How is that accessed? I know where to find everyone. I'll probably nerd out with you over the Amiga set you built soon enough. That'd be awesome actually! LOL Indeed, I know well about these silly mails ! Usually, if I remember well, credits are given in the context of the xbox scene. I don't think it's for fame but it's just so people can recognize each other and exchange via forums for example. So do we find the original PC authors ? Not always. But at least the original emu is clearly mentioned. And I also remember seing original MAME text files in some archives. Anyway, BP is very far from this spirit. So will an about box will solve everything ? Not necessarily but at least it will deflate a bit a certain ego... But don't dream, that will never happen knowing the guy...
  7. So why do you bother answering ? But yeah I agree, this forum SECTION is ridiculous since a long time and we know because of who. Surreal - not sure about - haven't played with it yet FBL , Nestopia, ZNes - Can't recall, but I will check as I use them all except ZNes. Xport-Madmab - Where? I just looked at the v1 readme for NeoGenesis and it only mentions that its a port of Gens. No where is the original author name given. Additionally, its not in the GUI of the emu anywhere. I use those all the time and I'm sure its not included in the interface. I don't really feel they need to be either. Surreal: Go check, there's a scroller where everyone is credited since DAY ONE. FBL, Nestopia, ZSNES: Readme file included and viewable through the GUI Xport-Madmab: same as above. And also a static picture as intro. Both during Xport then Madmab era. I'm sorry but your answer was actually side feeding like you say. Again, if you don't care then it's best to stay silent. Whatever. Believe me, that won't change my life. It's just I like to play sooo much with BP. He's my fav emu on the xbox. I realized that recently. Cheers. I hope next time we'll chat we'll talk about graphic design and video games again. I'd like to show you some european designers you'll surely enjoy and many other things. Best for both of us, eh ?
  8. I'm sorry to have to tell you that your reaction is silly, Phil. You often talked about your real life activity so I'm certain you know what a signature means. Both in terms of symbol and in term of rights. Now, a good solution would be to work on categories... But whatever... Everything is done so that idiot above can find an excuse... Or just put an about box like Phrunt suggests. After all it's all we're asking for. Oh btw, you're absolutely wrong about this. Surreal, FBA-XXX, Final Burn Legends, NestopiaX, ZsnesXbox, Xport-Madmab emus... many come to mind. So if the initial authors have put credit screens their will must be respected. And if they only put a text file in the archive, it must be kept or at least they must be mentioned. If this poll wasn't biased, I would say : Voting NO is totally disrespectful to the scene and to developpers. Voting YES may encourage some people to continue or even to start developing on the xbox. Voting "I don't need any emu, BP himself is my favorite emulator" means you agree with me and then gimme'five o'brotha' Be responsible, don't act like a sheep...uh I mean a consumer.
  9. This can't be a vote if people are ignored. True democrats should boycott this parody of poll but I'll vote silly anyway. Also a honest man must tell the true reason for this: I completely agree with this. If CoinOPS displayed this text when launching cores and had full credits to the developers who ported those cores accessible from within the UI, I would have no problems with CoinOPS at all and I'm sure most of your project's other critics would agree. I appreciate you've worked hard integrating these cores and have added a few new bells and whistles, but at the end of the day CoinOPS is just a frontend for other people's work and needs to be presented as such. You can't take credit for the whole cake when all you have provided is the cherry on top. I think people do want to see this. I think people would want to see respect for the developers who have worked so hard to bring these emulators to the Xbox. I also think your users would like to see the new Surreal64 in CoinOPS. From what you've posted it's clear the developer's did not say no, they merely asked you to make it clear which emulator cores CoinOPS uses to launch it's games and you said no to that. If you really believe no one wants this then why not start one of your polls entitled "Should CoinOPS display which emulator is being used to launch a game in order to show proper regard to the developers?" Frankly, I don't think you'd get many 'no' votes to that from this community. It's obviously a long way for BP to learn to be civilian.
  10. Definitely yes. Best for both of you to shut your mouth. I'm not looking for an argument with you either. As you noticed, it's an old story and you can also read +T+ posts again if you need to. Anyway, best for you to stay out of this. Enjoy the software wherever it comes from.
  11. Definitely yes. Best for both of you to shut your mouth.
  12. Time to launch the debugger. But you're doing great. This is so fun. By the way, you lame fucking hypocrite... You claim you don't care about credits but you "communicate" so much about your stuff... You should instead take example of coders like A600 whom we never hear... Even if I'm certain he would say much more interesting things.. Another contradiction. There are plenty as well.
  13. It's time for you to take those pills, BP.
  14. Most know you're a lunatic but they just want you to deliver. Hence one of the previous comment... I pity you. You are alone and you harvest nothing but contempt. But long live the joke. Indeed.
  15. Too long, didn't read. Like often with you. But I really enjoy these moments when you start with a sentence then you edit your post line by line. It's obvious the more you type, the more you're angry (can't say destabilized, you already are). And you finished your edition more than 30 minutes after. That was so funny. So. To sum up. We had a truce. We didn't say anything during a week. But you did. You wrote a lot of shit again. You misinformed, you defamed, you lied. Then I answered to you in a far more subtle way than you usually do. But instead of a dialogue you acted even more arrogant & foolish. And finally, you lost your temper. A classic. This isn't about the xbox or emulators or skills. It's about you. You may be the only living proof that programming does not necessarily mean that one is oneself rational.
  16. See what I meant ? This guy is the funniest on the whole scene. I don't even remember seing this kind during the time of the Amiga scene. And believe me, I met a lot of people from a lot of different countries during many years at this time... Or maybe weirdos tend to mutate through decades... LMAO, ROTL. Excellent. Keep the show going my dear BP...
  17. Hi Phil, You're 75-99% right and I guess you have understood my comment about you was ironic. But I must warn you: I've got videos of Bigby and you going together on FTP. ^^ You get the point here too, Phil. I know how much these comments can irritate. So it was used on purpose as an answer to the shit that was written (again) these last days ... Actually, there's only one person who doesn't get the point. So... Hehehe...
  18. Only you brought the conversation down to this level. That SVN is incomplete (no console, no final burn) and out of date (1/25/201). It's only a defense you tried to set to gain credibility. You can't actually use it to get a build equivalent to the one you released lately. Your bluff is obvious and it's a card you played before. Definitely a poor argument. If you were so confident, you wouldn't be criticizing the new surreal64 like you've been doing since days... Sad you're only obsessed by "shares" and "views". Got another word for you: Narcissism.
  19. 200 new old games to be exact. MameOX, eh... Enjoy anyway.
  20. You have to document any modification you've made, that's the purpose of open source. Or should I say any tweak or rip you brought in ? LOL claiming you made the synopsis code entirely by yourself when we all know Nes6502 did it and you used his sources without even crediting him... Just an example. There are many like this. But keep going like that please. You are a well of amusement.
  21. Best to be a newbe than a complete liar and a moron. Been browsing that repo and reading. Thanks to you, it reveals your method. All docs are dated from 2003-2004. The rest is hidden deep in your insane mind. But again, thanks for revealing it. Once again you shot a bullet in your own foot... Mind this word... This is your lesson for today if you're able to learn something... Projection...
  22. CoinOPS SVN: Incomplete and only personal. Docs: Same thing. Still no trace of WHO did the original code and WHAT was actually used. They're much more than one person involved here but you keep hiding it whatever the blah blah. Thank you BP for proving my point again.
  23. You can always insult me that won't change anything. You're just bluffing. That's the only thing you can do when it comes to this subject. Told ya... Same old song...
  24. You thought to get you out again with your bullshit, your totally old dated doc (where are Nes6502 ? Final Burn related stuff ? Surreal people and stuff ? Xport cores and more...) and your little attachment is just a joke... And again you're out of arguments and then you go personal even if you deny it... Memorize this word, please. P R O J E C T I O N
  25. Ok then start to write some docs. At the moment all is written is "Emulator on xbox platform". That proves my point. No credit given. It's obvious this SVN is made for your own use.
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