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ID Category [?] Severity [?] Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
03181 Graphics Minor Always May 13, 2009, 18:31 27 days ago
Tester Tafoid View Status Public Platform MAME (Self-compiled)
Assigned To Resolution Fixed OS
Status [?] Resolved Driver enigma2.cpp
Version 0.131u1 Fixed in Version 0.226 Build
Summary 03181: enigma2: Colors are possibly incorrect
Description Based on flyer depictions, the color overlays might be incorrect.
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Affected Sets / Systems enigma2
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jpg file icon 132451202.jpg (216,379 bytes) May 13, 2009, 18:31
png file icon 0000.png (1,342 bytes) May 13, 2009, 18:32
jpg file icon DSCN5293.JPG (576,120 bytes) 31 days ago Uploaded by Osso
title screen from actual PCB
Osso
jpg file icon DSCN5294.JPG (589,417 bytes) 31 days ago Uploaded by Osso
gameplay pic from actual PCB
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child of 07246Closed Enigma II (Game Plan Zilec Electronics License) 
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No.14773
cuavas
Administrator
Feb 23, 2018, 17:58
edited on: Feb 23, 2018, 18:19

The flyer is incorrect - there's video of a real machine here:



Also received this via form one mamedev.org:



Hello:


Years ago I sent Pierpaolo Prazzoli pictures of an original Enigma II correctly wired up according to the schematics available online. The pictures were of the game playing on my pcb test setup using a real arcade monitor. The colors did not match the current colors that mame was displaying for this game at that time, but they were correct and made sense. Besides the invaders being green now, the energy bar at the bottom of the screen on my monitor was: Green on the right side for full or high energy, Yellow in the middle for medium level and Red on the left side for low energy. So the driver was changed in MAME .90 to reflect my finding while testing this pcb.


However a very short time later some one had a "better" idea to make the game look like it did on it's flyer, which didn't make much sense as allot of flyers from that era were drawn by hand. Please view the enclosed video link of an actual Enigma II game in action and consider correcting the colors again to match.

Video here:


Also for your consideration a video showing the game Panther at time 5:18 in the video showing the back ground color being black. Some actual screen shots from the game on KLOV as well: https://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=10814


Thank you for your time and efforts.


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No.18077
Osso
Developer
31 days ago
Fixed by Guru
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No.18097
vidpro1
Developer
27 days ago
Cuavas thanks for posting that video I found a sound bug because of that.