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ID Category [?] Severity [?] Reproducibility Date Submitted Last Update
07875 Graphics Minor Always 15 days ago 14 days ago
Tester ArcadeHistory View Status Public Platform MAME (Official Binary)
Assigned To Resolution Open OS Windows 10 (64-bit)
Status [?] Acknowledged Driver nes.cpp
Version 0.228 Fixed in Version Build 64-bit
Fixed in Git Commit Github Pull Request #
Summary MESS-specific 07875: batmanrj: Level 1-2, wrong scrolling position
Description At the stage 1-2 of "Batman - Return of the Joker (Euro)", something strange appears.

Some lines containg sprites are scrolling with the background but they don't have to scroll.

Differents lines of sprites are scrolling depending on what machine your are running the game (see screenshots attached).
Steps To Reproduce Play the game using "mame64.exe nespal batmanrj" or "mame64.exe dendy batmanrj" until the Level 1-2.
Additional Information Please note the USA version of the game (batmanrju) on a NTSC system works fine ! It seems only the PAL versions have problems with the 1-2 stages.
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Affected Sets / Systems batmanrj
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jpg file icon original_hardware.jpg (375,407 bytes) 15 days ago Uploaded by ArcadeHistory
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No.18466
Tafoid
Administrator
15 days ago
The cartridge "batmanrj" is in the software list as having partial support. The machine itself (nespal) and all Nintendo home based consoles are already flagged with having graphics issues. Both machine and software issues are known and flagged at source level so by the rules of mametesters, this report isn't needed.

While detailed reports can be useful even if things are already known, we'd rather see reports on games or carts that are not already flagged as imperfect or not fully supported. However, given the detail, we will acknowledge it and keep it in the MT system for future reference should it be needed. We need to reevaulate how we handle such instances if for nothing else but to keep all the knowledge available and centralized at software level.
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No.18468
ArcadeHistory
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14 days ago
I think it's useful to have a list of "precise" problems so programmers, when triyng to fix, can take a look at the good example.