Voodoo cash factor
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Who remembers voodoo games? :D If anyone happens to know of a ‘Cash Factor’ in their area I know an emptier hahaha
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#2
Seen one in an old social club in lincoln few year back.
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#3
(10-12-2017, 06:55 PM)kfcandanal Wrote: Seen one in an old social club in lincoln few year back.

*Googles postcodes for social clubs in Lincoln* haha
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#4
Leigh delamere eastbound services in 2007. Got a TARDIS?
They also made the awful Cash Blast, a Voodoo version of Vamp it Up.
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(10-13-2017, 01:24 AM)Peko Wrote: Leigh delamere eastbound services in 2007. Got a TARDIS?
They also made the awful Cash Blast, a Voodoo version of  Vamp it Up.

Haha yeah they’re the ones.. obviously came and went In no time at all. I reckon there’ll be a few scattered about the country somewhere just finding the fuckers probably more chance of finding a powerplay busting from first £
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#6
Having done Cash Blast for MFME, taken an interest in Cash Factor, is it a clone of anything particular?

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#7
Been informed it's a clone of reel good time!
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#8
Great stuff. Which kind soul informed you btw?
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ぺこ

CEO of JPF Japan. I play PACHISLO.

noos lla uoy ees
20172212
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(10-17-2017, 12:24 AM)Matty Wrote: Been informed it's a clone of reel good time!

Took the words right out of my mouth. Though I tried it on Reel Good Time.. Global learned from their past fuck ups not to let it happen again
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(10-17-2017, 01:59 AM)Peko Wrote: Great stuff. Which kind soul informed you btw?

Some fool over in Japan, he certainly has a good memory!

Anyway Moff, you can sink your teeth into this in the next few days to tide you over ;)

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(10-17-2017, 10:32 PM)Matty Wrote:
(10-17-2017, 01:59 AM)Peko Wrote: Great stuff. Which kind soul informed you btw?

Some fool over in Japan, he certainly has a good memory!

Anyway Moff, you can sink your teeth into this in the next few days to tide you over ;)

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Haha that’s brilliant. I really need to learn how to get these EMUs. I don’t really have a a PC other than an old laptop is that the only thing they’ll work on? The machine I most want to play is a £3 jackpot called no limit nudge by MDM. The machine that got me started all those years back!
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#12
Yeah PC Only sadly. Old laptop may be able to run it (assuming it's Windows 7 or newer) but unless it's somewhat decent it will struggle to run some of the things from the last 10 - 12 years.

No Limit Nudge has been done! And will most likely run on a potato if it runs windows

http://www.fruit-emu.com/forums/files/fi...pl392-wdx/

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(10-18-2017, 01:05 PM)Matty Wrote: Yeah PC Only sadly. Old laptop may be able to run it (assuming it's Windows 7 or newer) but unless it's somewhat decent it will struggle to run some of the things from the last 10 - 12 years.

No Limit Nudge has been done! And will most likely run on a potato if it runs windows

http://www.fruit-emu.com/forums/files/fi...pl392-wdx/

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Yes that’s the bad boy. Gonna have to get myself a decent laptop aren’t I. Don’t think I’ve played it since about 2004 and I still remember all the reels, holds and nudge hacks to this day. If I were a millionaire I’d re-release it as a £100JP the cash box would be booming
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#14
I run MFME on a Linx Vision tablet for long train journeys, only cost me £70 & runs about 95% of the techs (The Video based & Scorp 5 are at about 75% speed) but for the cash it's good.

Might be worth looking at some of these Windows based tablets, much better feel for playing them vs a keyboard & mouse.
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(10-18-2017, 06:00 PM)Matty Wrote: I run MFME on a Linx Vision tablet for long train journeys, only cost me £70 & runs about 95% of the techs (The Video based & Scorp 5 are at about 75% speed) but for the cash it's good.

Might be worth looking at some of these Windows based tablets, much better feel for playing them vs a keyboard & mouse.

Ok mate cheers yeah I will do. Are there emus for more modern day stuff including deals?
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(10-18-2017, 06:46 PM)Moff Wrote:
(10-18-2017, 06:00 PM)Matty Wrote: I run MFME on a Linx Vision tablet for long train journeys, only cost me £70 & runs about 95% of the techs (The Video based & Scorp 5 are at about 75% speed) but for the cash it's good.

Might be worth looking at some of these Windows based tablets, much better feel for playing them vs a keyboard & mouse.

Ok mate cheers yeah I will do. Are there emus for more modern day stuff including deals?

There are, but only if they're 5+ years old, and even those are few & far between. Rule of thumb is £35 & early £70 upgrades.
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#17
http://www.fruit-emu.com/forums/files/ca...corpion-5/

Will give you an idea of what there is.
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#18
I don't think I'd ever leave the house if Boom Time and DOND Winning Moment were emulated!
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#19
Excellent mate cheers
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