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Title: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on August 10, 2017, 10:36:48 PM
NOTE: Current binaries are now handled by NewRisingSun. Future revisions are now posted here (http://bootleg.games/BGC_Forum/index.php?topic=2580.0). The below dialogue and download links are from the previous February 2018 version.

(LAST UPDATE: 02/11/2018)

Project PLUG 'N PLAY is a collection of many bootleg plug 'n play games extracted from their multicarts - the majority of which I have done myself. Overtime this project will grow as more titles are discovered (it started as just one game, now its over 500!).

Inside the RAR file you will find six folders of games, the contents of which are detailed below (bonus points if you can figure out where their names come from):

Project BLEB: This is for games created by the company Nice Code Software (http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/Nice_Code_Software). In addition to about 120 unique games, you will find many variations of said games (used as "repeat" titles on multigames) with different graphics, sounds, etc.

Project HUMM: This folder is for the Hummer Team (http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/Hummer_Team) titles. There's practically nothing in here but the games are actually pretty decent (more of "full-fledged" games compared to other stuff).

Project KUMM: Games from JungleTac (http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/JungleTac). Currently NES-based stuff only - some of their consoles run on other hardware, which aren't fully emulatable yet (maybe one day...) The emulation on these titles is still a little incomplete, so a few games run with glitches, but for the most part they work fine.

Project KUCK: This is for hacked games from Inventor (http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/Inventor). Included are various hacks which attempt to hide old Nintendo games by changing around the features of them. Each hacked game comes with the original as well, so you can compare and contrast the differences between them.

Project BATH: Original plug 'n play games from Waixing (http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/Fuzhou_Waixing_Computer_Science_%26_Technology_Co.,LTD). The majority of Waixing's games are actually reskinned Nice Code games; as such those are stored in BLEB; but their originally coded titles are in here.

Project GOOF: Everything else goes here. Either the companies that made these games aren't known or they aren't notable enough to receive a full game folder. Lots of bizarre stuff in here, mixed in with 15 million Dance Dance Revolution rip-offs.

To play these, you need a NES emulator; however, games marked "VT03" or "VT09" will require a specific emulator (http://s4.zetaboards.com/PGC_Forums?topic=30164956/1/#new) to run properly. If games are unmarked, they'll work in pretty much any emulator you put them in. Oh, and you'll need to install a free trial of the program WinRAR (https://www.rarlab.com/download.htm) to open the ROMS up.

DOWNLOAD NEWEST VERSION: http://www.mediafire.com/file/nzwbvc6ymgpd1g5/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY%2002-11-18.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/nzwbvc6ymgpd1g5/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY%2002-11-18.rar)

<small>(Older archives are available under request, if you want them for some reason. If you're interested in these games, you may as well support the only plug 'n play company still around, My Arcade (https://dg-myarcade.myshopify.com/), and pick up one of their cheapo consoles so you feel less guilty for your crimes. Please don't scream at me to rip some random game you found because I probably can't. Enjoy your mediocre game collection I spent far too much time compiling.)</small>
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: ProBoTector23 on August 11, 2017, 06:48:20 AM
forgotusername
Aug 10 2017, 10:36:48 PM
This is the first (and possibly last) release of two projects I've been working on for a few weeks. I found an easy (well, not necessarily easy, but less difficult than it usually is) way to extract games from multicarts; as such, I ripped every plug-n-play game I possibly could. Not everything is rippable unfortunately, but I got about 80% of all of the games currently available as ROMs.

Project BLEB is for the Nice Code games. There seems to be a problem with ripping games of a specific size (games that are 40K can be ripped fine, 24K games are hit or miss); either way, there are 136 ROMs, 99 of which are unique games. I couldn't make it to 100, amazingly.

Project KUCK is for the Inventor games, both hacks and originals. I only did a couple of these to be honest - around half of them are mine, while the rest were already ripped. 138 ROMs in this one, and 83 completely unique ones (I'm too lazy to count through the 100% unique hacks).

Don't expect an update for quite a while, but if another plug-n-play ever gets dumped I'll try to extract more games from it. Even if it can't be emulated, I can still attempt to extract games from it (the Nature Clan Sky Dreamer ROM came from a non-emulatable multicart, so its possible).

Project BLEB v1.0 Dowload: http://www.mediafire.com/file/rmf444txmipxoiw/Project+BLEB+v1.0.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/file/rmf444txmipxoiw/Project+BLEB+v1.0.zip)

Project KUCK v1.0 Download: http://www.mediafire.com/file/6o9iaj8alp8d6om/Project+KUCK+v1.0.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/file/6o9iaj8alp8d6om/Project+KUCK+v1.0.zip)

(oh, and I had another account on here. I named it "idontcare" or something so I can't actually find it again. Oh well)[/quote]Thanks for the sharing of the ripped NES/Famicom hacks. I'm collecting them and there were many that were it was not in my collection yet.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on August 12, 2017, 10:21:23 AM
I AM IN HEAVENNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on August 13, 2017, 06:03:45 PM
UPDATE: Added about 30 new ROMS to Project BLEB (now its version 1.5 even though that makes no logical sense). As of now this is about as far as I can go with both projects - practically nothing else is rippable from here, and unless another multicart is dumped, other ROMs cannot be extracted. Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/6o9iaj8alp8d6om/Project+KUCK+v1.0.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/file/6o9iaj8alp8d6om/Project+KUCK+v1.0.zip)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on August 14, 2017, 04:34:33 AM
forgotusername
Aug 13 2017, 06:03:45 PM
UPDATE: Added about 30 new ROMS to Project BLEB (now its version 1.5 even though that makes no logical sense). As of now this is about as far as I can go with both projects - practically nothing else is rippable from here, and unless another multicart is dumped, other ROMs cannot be extracted. Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/6o9iaj8alp8d6om/Project+KUCK+v1.0.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/file/6o9iaj8alp8d6om/Project+KUCK+v1.0.zip)[/quote]
forgotusername
Aug 13 2017, 06:03:45 PM
UPDATE: Added about 30 new ROMS to Project BLEB (now its version 1.5 even though that makes no logical sense). As of now this is about as far as I can go with both projects - practically nothing else is rippable from here, and unless another multicart is dumped, other ROMs cannot be extracted. Download link: http://www.mediafire.com/file/6o9iaj8alp8d6om/Project+KUCK+v1.0.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/file/6o9iaj8alp8d6om/Project+KUCK+v1.0.zip)[/quote]DUDE, YOU ARE MY HERO, YOU GAVE ME A BUNCH OF GAMES, AND I HAVE FOUND ALL THE GAMES I EVER NEED,I LOVE YOU :)  :lol:  cool:  :D  :wub:  :clap:  :yay:  :dance:  :thumb:  :hug:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NintariousFamicreep on August 24, 2017, 01:45:28 PM
What are the Kinnikuman hacks?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on November 07, 2017, 01:10:26 AM
HUGE update to the project - see top post for details. Or just download the update here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/1rs667q44hdfm53/Project+PLUG+%27N+PLAY+%28BLEB%2BGOOF%2BKUCK%29.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/1rs667q44hdfm53/Project+PLUG+%27N+PLAY+%28BLEB%2BGOOF%2BKUCK%29.rar)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: ProBoTector23 on November 07, 2017, 12:52:35 PM
forgotusername
Nov 7 2017, 01:10:26 AM
HUGE update to the project - see top post for details. Or just download the update here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/1rs667q44hdfm53/Project+PLUG+%27N+PLAY+%28BLEB%2BGOOF%2BKUCK%29.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/1rs667q44hdfm53/Project+PLUG+%27N+PLAY+%28BLEB%2BGOOF%2BKUCK%29.rar)[/quote]Thanks for sharing! :)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on November 08, 2017, 11:27:09 AM
forgotusername
Nov 7 2017, 01:10:26 AM
HUGE update to the project - see top post for details. Or just download the update here: http://www.mediafire.com/file/1rs667q44hdfm53/Project+PLUG+%27N+PLAY+%28BLEB%2BGOOF%2BKUCK%29.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/1rs667q44hdfm53/Project+PLUG+%27N+PLAY+%28BLEB%2BGOOF%2BKUCK%29.rar)[/quote]BOY AM I HAVING FANCY PARTS OF BOOTLEG GAMING  >;)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on November 09, 2017, 01:32:26 PM
Here's a small update, now with a few (30-ish) more games: http://www.mediafire.com/file/a0vbroob8g56e6n/Project+PLUG+%27N+PLAY+%28BLEB%2BGOOF%2BKUCK%29+v1.1.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/a0vbroob8g56e6n/Project+PLUG+%27N+PLAY+%28BLEB%2BGOOF%2BKUCK%29+v1.1.rar)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on November 13, 2017, 11:54:50 PM
Here are fixed versions of Attacking (INTV Hover Force) and INTV Vectron. Attacking with correct sound (such as it were, from WXN version) and a non-garbled score when pressing Select, and Vectron with correct graphics during gameplay (extracted the second 8K CHR ROM bank from Waixing 120-in-1 multicart).

Also notice my fix for Five Kids (http://s4.zetaboards.com/PGC_Forums?topic=30158370/1/#new) (aka Wonder Rabbit).

Attachments:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on November 14, 2017, 11:12:18 PM
NewRisingSun2
Nov 13 2017, 11:54:50 PM
Here are fixed versions of Attacking (INTV Hover Force) and INTV Vectron. Attacking with correct sound (such as it were, from WXN version) and a non-garbled score when pressing Select, and Vectron with correct graphics during gameplay (extracted the second 8K CHR ROM bank from Waixing 120-in-1 multicart).[/quote]Great job getting these fixed, especially Vectron! I actually really needed a file with Vectron's correct coding so I could rip some other games (Hitting Mices, Edacity Snakes, etc.), which will be in the next update, whenever that is.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on November 17, 2017, 11:25:29 PM
Another BIG update, with ~100 new ROMs. Download: https://www.mediafire.com/file/jhbxdwm5yow5b2a/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY%20%28BLEB+GOOF+KUCK%29%20v2.0.rar (https://www.mediafire.com/file/jhbxdwm5yow5b2a/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY%20%28BLEB+GOOF+KUCK%29%20v2.0.rar)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on November 19, 2017, 07:52:16 AM
forgotusername
Aug 10 2017, 10:36:48 PM
v2.0 - final version?[/quote]well 2.0 is not really the final version, you have still some games to dump:

First defender (Space armada hack)
Baseball new (World championship baseball hack)
Aerial warfare (Desert Falcon hack)
Panzer fly car (road fighter hack)

also, all these 4 games are just on the dreamgear 200 in 1 retro play console
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on November 23, 2017, 04:59:50 PM
forgotusername
Aug 10 2017, 10:36:48 PM
final version?[/quote]Naah. There's a whole world of VT03 hacks of many of these games to be discovered, extracted and catalogized. :)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on November 24, 2017, 02:13:49 PM
NewRisingSun2
Nov 23 2017, 04:59:50 PM
forgotusername
Aug 10 2017, 10:36:48 PM
final version?[/quote]Naah. There's a whole world of VT03 hacks of many of these games to be discovered, extracted and catalogized. :)[/quote]AWESOME  =O  CAN I HAVE SOME OF THESE GAMES?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: MLX on November 24, 2017, 02:53:01 PM
Can you calm down for once please?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on November 24, 2017, 03:07:32 PM
MLX
Nov 24 2017, 02:53:01 PM
Can you calm down for once please?[/quote]ok, sorry that i overreacted  /:)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 06, 2017, 08:32:33 PM
Since VT03/09 is emulatable, I imagine this project will soon be updated wiht VT03/09 extracts?

Excellent work, forgotusername, thanks. And yeah kelvin donna, I feel you, lol. I was excited last night when i found out Vt03/09 was finally emulatable.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 07, 2017, 04:09:54 AM
Y2K05
Dec 6 2017, 08:32:33 PM
Since VT03/09 is emulatable, I imagine this project will soon be updated wiht VT03/09 extracts?

Excellent work, forgotusername, thanks. And yeah kelvin donna, I feel you, lol. I was excited last night when i found out Vt03/09 was finally emulatable. [/quote]As of now no, because there are no tools to actually extract the games currently. To remove games I would need:

A - an already existing vt03 rom that's at a specific file size and is NOT in .wxn format
B - vt03 support on fceux, which to my knowledge is the only emulator that features debugging (and even if there are others, the new vt03 emulator still doesn't)
C - a vt03 "tile editing" program (effectively these change graphics); this isn't COMPLETELY necessary but I wouldn't be able to rip everything without it, maybe like 10 games total

Either way in the next update I'll put all of the .wxn games and whatnot. But it'll be a while until I can genuinely rip games - I can get a handful out, but since I don't have a vt03 ROM to use as a basis there's no way to accurately recreate them.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 07, 2017, 04:30:58 AM
Nintendulator does have a debugger, although not as fully-featured as FCEUX'.

I have already started a function that extracts individual games from multicarts automatically, using the PRG bank mask register.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 07, 2017, 01:47:46 PM
forgotusername
Dec 7 2017, 04:09:54 AM
Y2K05
Dec 6 2017, 08:32:33 PM
Since VT03/09 is emulatable, I imagine this project will soon be updated wiht VT03/09 extracts?

Excellent work, forgotusername, thanks. And yeah kelvin donna, I feel you, lol. I was excited last night when i found out Vt03/09 was finally emulatable. [/quote]As of now no, because there are no tools to actually extract the games currently. To remove games I would need:

A - an already existing vt03 rom that's at a specific file size and is NOT in .wxn format
B - vt03 support on fceux, which to my knowledge is the only emulator that features debugging (and even if there are others, the new vt03 emulator still doesn't)
C - a vt03 "tile editing" program (effectively these change graphics); this isn't COMPLETELY necessary but I wouldn't be able to rip everything without it, maybe like 10 games total

Either way in the next update I'll put all of the .wxn games and whatnot. But it'll be a while until I can genuinely rip games - I can get a handful out, but since I don't have a vt03 ROM to use as a basis there's no way to accurately recreate them.[/quote]Oh yeah, i cant wait for the new version  /:)
NewRisingSun2
Dec 7 2017, 04:30:58 AM
Nintendulator does have a debugger, although not as fully-featured as FCEUX'.

I have already started a function that extracts individual games from multicarts automatically, using the PRG bank mask register.[/quote]do you maybe have a download link for that seperator?  :unsure:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 07, 2017, 03:03:33 PM
It's in too early a stage for that.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 07, 2017, 07:58:27 PM
NewRisingSun2
Dec 7 2017, 04:30:58 AM
Nintendulator does have a debugger, although not as fully-featured as FCEUX'.

I have already started a function that extracts individual games from multicarts automatically, using the PRG bank mask register.[/quote]That sounds really neat. When do you think that update will be released? (not trying to rush you or anything, just curious) And would that be able to get games out from "protected" multicarts, where certain games can't be removed from the menu at all? (these aren't very common but I know the Power Joy 30-in-1 and Sachen-branded multicarts have it)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 08, 2017, 04:06:47 AM
forgotusername
 
When do you think that update will be released? [/quote]The way I see this developing is that in order to test the feature, I will need to extract every individual game anyway, so it will be more efficient for me to post all individual games, one archive per multicart, and leave it to you to sort them out.
forgotusername
 
And would that be able to get games out from "protected" multicarts, where certain games can't be removed from the menu at all?[/quote]Not quite sure what you mean, but individual games extracted from copy-protected multicarts will still bear the copy protection and so must be run under the same (sub)mapper as the multicart. I had no problems extracting all 30 games from Power Joy Supermax 30-in-1. Some games use different reset offsets within the same individual ROM (e.g. Primitive Man vs. Primitive Woman), so for these games, I needed to patch the reset offset in one of the two variants. But that was no big deal.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 08, 2017, 09:33:50 AM
https://my.mixtape.moe/ayihyx.zip (https://my.mixtape.moe/ayihyx.zip)

Here's a Coolbaby RS-16 that someone dumped a while back. It has some VT02 games that can be ripped (and even VT03). Also, the VT03 games are not emulatable in Nintendoulator (12-02-2017), but the menu and most of the games are VT02.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 08, 2017, 01:31:17 PM
That ROM image uses a custom mapper register in addition to OneBus hardware, either for copy protection purposes, or simply to make it easier to put the larger games on a multicart. Either way, I will implement it as Mapper 270 in the next release of my personal Nintendulator build. That will of course mean that this cart as well will not run as a .BIN image.

In the meantime, you should be able to play most of the same VT03 games on the "Sport 130-in-1 (DGUN-2500)" multicart, which is already supported by the Nintendulator build that I already released.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 08, 2017, 06:23:23 PM
NewRisingSun2
Dec 8 2017, 04:06:47 AM
Not quite sure what you mean, but individual games extracted from copy-protected multicarts will still bear the copy protection and so must be run under the same (sub)mapper as the multicart. I had no problems extracting all 30 games from Power Joy Supermax 30-in-1. Some games use different reset offsets within the same individual ROM (e.g. Primitive Man vs. Primitive Woman), so for these games, I needed to patch the reset offset in one of the two variants. But that was no big deal.[/quote]Yeah that's probably why. I'm not too familiar with mappers but I believe most of the time I tried to make them run on "basic" mappers like 0 and 4. Where will you be releasing the archives when they're complete?

Oh, and I should also mention that it's great to see that RS-16 dumped. I was actually gonna send that one in for dumping myself one day but never got around to doing it (on a side note I'm probably gonna send this (http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/TV_Joystick_36_in_1) to a ROM dumper soon among a (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D03CL0Tk56g) few (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTHPU30T9Ms) others (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPiVWoYmjyQ)) I would've had a field day with the RS-16 if it was released before RisingSun's extracter was announced. Kinda sad actually, all the memories of wasting hours ripping awful games from 2004 :(
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 08, 2017, 07:19:27 PM
Who do you plan to send the stuff in to for dumping?  I got a 200-in-1 dreamGEAR plug'n'play today, and I also have a VG Pocket Max that I want dumped. i mean I can't send them over but just saying. And yeah I told someone about the Rs-16 in MAME irc, and that person then dumped it on forums.bannister.org.

Links: https://www.amazon.com/Arcade-Retroplay-Controller-Built-Video-Games/dp/B01A0LTPL8/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512775241&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=dreamgear+200+in+1+plug%27n%27play (https://www.amazon.com/Arcade-Retroplay-Controller-Built-Video-Games/dp/B01A0LTPL8/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512775241&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=dreamgear+200+in+1+plug%27n%27play)

https://www.amazon.com/VG-Pocket-Max-Games-Electronic-Game/dp/B000BSNKTE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1512775347&sr=8-2&keywords=Vg+Pocket+Max (https://www.amazon.com/VG-Pocket-Max-Games-Electronic-Game/dp/B000BSNKTE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1512775347&sr=8-2&keywords=Vg+Pocket+Max) (Pretty rare, out of print for a decade).
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 08, 2017, 10:04:55 PM
Y2K05
Dec 8 2017, 07:19:27 PM
Who do you plan to send the stuff in to for dumping?  I got a 200-in-1 dreamGEAR plug'n'play today, and I also have a VG Pocket Max that I want dumped. i mean I can't send them over but just saying. And yeah I told someone about the Rs-16 in MAME irc, and that person then dumped it on forums.bannister.org.[/quote]I dunno yet, it depends on how much each dumper charges. I'm probably gonna go with Cah4e3 though, since he seems the most reliable. And don't bother sending in that DreamGEAR 200-in-1 - I'll probably send one of mine, as I've ended up with FOUR of those over the years. They like repackaging them in different cases to try and fool people into thinking they're different. Hell, there's even a 220 in 1 that is THE SAME MULTIGAME with a few more titles tacked on at the end! That's also the reason I'm sending in that 240-in-1 mini arcade - same situation as the 220.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 08, 2017, 10:43:42 PM
Alright, sweet. Thank you :)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 10, 2017, 02:14:18 PM
forgotusername
Dec 8 2017, 06:23:23 PM
Where will you be releasing the archives when they're complete?[/quote]Here's the first bunch, just for you. Sorry for taking so long; but Sports Game 69-in-1 had kept me confused for a while. The archive also includes the decrypted WXN ROMs with working NES headers.

Unless indicated otherwise, all extracted individual games are completely unmodified, apart from setting the NES header to workable values. The "Boot with Frame IRQ disabled" option mentioned in a few !notes.txt files will be available in the upcoming release of my private Nintendulator build. That should not be a problem however, as I have provided patched ROMs for every such case.

One more thing: The Sport 130-in-1 (DGUN-2500) ROM image commonly available is 32 MiB large, but it turns out that it's just twice the same 16 MiB.

As far as my progress is concerned, I'm still having trouble extracting the Jungletac games from their respective multicarts, so those may not come in a while.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 10, 2017, 04:56:00 PM
Man thank you so much, this is great. Does Jungletac use a different method of splitting the games apart in their multicarts? (the multicarts are built into a handheld btw)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 10, 2017, 07:09:17 PM
NewRisingSun2
Dec 10 2017, 02:14:18 PM
forgotusername
Dec 8 2017, 06:23:23 PM
Where will you be releasing the archives when they're complete?[/quote]Here's the first bunch, just for you. Sorry for taking so long; but Sports Game 69-in-1 had kept me confused for a while. The archive also includes the decrypted WXN ROMs with working NES headers.[/quote]WOW. Amazing job! I don't think I've ever ripped a single multicart in its entirety, just the majority of one, and here you come with fifteen! I'll sort through these and make an update to the project soon.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 11, 2017, 04:54:21 PM
"101-in-1 (AT-103)" seems to specifically counteract extraction efforts by having individual games call a routine in the menu code bank. How annoying.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 15, 2017, 01:14:16 PM
i cant wait to see jungletac nes games seperated  /:)   8D
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 15, 2017, 11:32:20 PM
Yeah that would be pretty sweet to see the extracted games
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 16, 2017, 05:09:08 AM
Y2K05
Dec 15 2017, 11:32:20 PM
Yeah that would be pretty sweet to see the extracted games[/quote]i agree with you  ;)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 16, 2017, 05:40:45 AM
Somehow I just became far less inclined to spend any time on this.  :sick:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 16, 2017, 05:54:31 AM
NewRisingSun2
Dec 16 2017, 05:40:45 AM
Somehow I just became far less inclined to spend any time on this.  :sick: [/quote]no , i inclie this thing totally  :O
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 17, 2017, 01:40:02 AM
I think I may have a lead on getting some Tac games dumped. Not gonna say how yet (although its NOT from multicart extracting), and don't get your hopes too high as it's mostly speculation at this point. Just need to find a tiny, tiny screwdriver...
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 17, 2017, 05:15:41 AM
You can leave the screwdriver where it is, because I managed to extract all of the JungleTac games from the four multicart games that have been dumped. The difficulty was that instead of setting up the CHR bank base using the normal OneBus register as all other multicarts do, the menu code puts the bank base onto the stack before jumping to an individual game's reset handler. This means that each extracted JungleTac game must have three bytes modified for it to run outside of the multicart.

Once I finish a few other of the remaining non-extracted multicarts, I will send you the link privately, so as to not get those two buffoons too excited. :P
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 17, 2017, 06:40:36 AM
NewRisingSun2
Dec 17 2017, 05:15:41 AM
You can leave the screwdriver where it is, because I managed to extract all of the JungleTac games from the four multicart games that have been dumped. The difficulty was that instead of setting up the CHR bank base using the normal OneBus register as all other multicarts do, the menu code puts the bank base onto the stack before jumping to an individual game's reset handler. This means that each extracted JungleTac game must have three bytes modified for it to run outside of the multicart.

Once I finish a few other of the remaining non-extracted multicarts, I will send you the link privately, so as to not get those two buffoons too excited. :P[/quote]Yay, thank you  :clap:
i will wait  ;)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 17, 2017, 03:36:37 PM
"as to not get those two buffoons too excited"

Yo, who you callin' buffon? :P

(https://memegenerator.net/img/images/600x600/16738535/-patrick-pinhead-.jpg)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 18, 2017, 10:25:35 AM
NewRisingSun2
Dec 17 2017, 05:15:41 AM
I will send you the link privately, so as to not get those two buffoons too excited. :P[/quote]can you give me at least a folder with JUST these few games:

Tank
Aero Engine
Space Castle
Last Cabra
Submarine War
Jewel Master
Magic Diamond
Block Out
Beat The Bird
Hard Win
Pool Pro
Pinball Track
Bubble Blaster
The Night
Flying
Basketball
Vr Racing

I Need By the way JUST these 17 out of 100 jungletac games, and not every game, so i think, it is no problem  /:)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 18, 2017, 12:37:36 PM
I also think what he meant was that he'd send the link privately for him to include in the next Project Plug'n'Play, else we'd get too excited. The :P implied joking.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 18, 2017, 12:43:17 PM
Y2K05
Dec 18 2017, 12:37:36 PM
I also think what he meant was that he'd send the link privately for him to include in the next Project Plug'n'Play, else we'd get too excited. The :P implied joking.[/quote]so it is just a joke for the sending privately?
Y2K05
Dec 18 2017, 12:37:36 PM
I also think what he meant was that he'd send the link privately for him to include in the next Project Plug'n'Play, else we'd get too excited. The :P implied joking.[/quote]so it is just a joke for the sending privately?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 18, 2017, 12:48:24 PM
Well he probably is going to, but then the private links will be included in the next update for Project Plug'n'Play, so that it can be formally included in the next update of Project Plug'n'Play
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 18, 2017, 12:55:41 PM
I have already sent a private message to forgotusername. It is good that I have not posted the link publicly though, because I have already noticed an error in at least one extracted JungleTac game that only manifests itself after several minutes of gameplay. Wouldn't want to spread non-working ROM images!
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 18, 2017, 12:56:15 PM
Y2K05
Dec 18 2017, 12:48:24 PM
Well he probably is going to, but then the private links will be included in the next update for Project Plug'n'Play, so that it can be formally included in the next update of Project Plug'n'Play[/quote]ok, but it has to be until christmas eve, DONT ASK ME WHY :angry2:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 18, 2017, 01:12:50 PM
NewRisingSun2
Dec 18 2017, 12:55:41 PM
I have already sent a private message to forgotusername. It is good that I have not posted the link publicly though, because I have already noticed an error in at least one extracted JungleTac game that only manifests itself after several minutes of gameplay. Wouldn't want to spread non-working ROM images![/quote]Indeed dude, it's best to wait than to rush things out. All the best. :)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 18, 2017, 01:18:27 PM
NewRisingSun2
Dec 18 2017, 12:55:41 PM
I have already sent a private message to forgotusername. It is good that I have not posted the link publicly though, because I have already noticed an error in at least one extracted JungleTac game that only manifests itself after several minutes of gameplay. Wouldn't want to spread non-working ROM images![/quote]Oh you posted it privately, because you have to fix the roms, OK, now i understand  /:)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 19, 2017, 02:52:52 PM
dear guys, i tried to rip a jungletac game from the 120 in 1 cart, but it didn't worked, can someone rip these 17 games:

Tank
Aero Engine
Space Castle
Last Cabra
Submarine War
Jewel Master
Magic Diamond
Block Out
Beat The Bird
Hard Win
Pool Pro
Pinball Track
Bubble Blaster
The Night
Flying
Basketball
Vr Racing

I Need By the way JUST these 17 out of 100 jungletac games, and not every game, i forgot to mention, sorry for telling this message 2 times, but, i want to get a reply on my message, but i am not rushing for them. NewRisingSun2 you dont have to do it now, i want them until the 21st of december, just send ME the link with these 17 games privately
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 19, 2017, 09:23:56 PM
I also had a deleted comment with a facepalm. I need to apologize for posting without context. I know this could get out hand and please don't reply to it but I was worried the topic would go too off-topic, and I'd feel in part responsible. Just saying. Not because i want the shared roms without proper fixes.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 20, 2017, 02:03:46 AM
update http://www.mediafire.com/file/68cokkv74wnf46s/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/68cokkv74wnf46s/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY.rar)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 20, 2017, 04:56:19 AM
Y2K05
Dec 19 2017, 09:23:56 PM
I also had a deleted comment with a facepalm. I need to apologize for posting without context. I know this could get out hand and please don't reply to it but I was worried the topic would go too off-topic, and I'd feel in part responsible. Just saying. Not because i want the shared roms without proper fixes.[/quote]ok dude  :hug:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 20, 2017, 11:17:41 AM
I have investigated the issue of the graphical corruption that sometimes occurs in Bolt Fighter. The extracted ROM images are good. But that game suffers from an original bug in the game inadvertently writing garbage to bankswitch registers, causing graphical corruption, at random points in time. Rather than fix the original game bug, the multicart menu program simply disables those bankswitch registers completely! This problem is a bit similar to Nice Code Software games failing to disable the Frame IRQ, for which I included the "[f FrameIRQ]"-suffixed ROM images in my December 10th set of multicart extracts.

The solution is then to add the same register write that disables these bankswitch registers completely to the extracted ROM image (write 0x08 to 0x410B, setting FWEN to 0). I only noticed this problem in Bolt Fighter, so that is the only one for which I am posting a fixed ROM image as of now. Report if you encounter a similar problem in other JungleTac games.

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Post by: Y2K05 on December 20, 2017, 12:53:55 PM
Nice update, forgotusername. Thanks :)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 20, 2017, 04:12:49 PM
forgotusername
Dec 20 2017, 02:03:46 AM
update http://www.mediafire.com/file/68cokkv74wnf46s/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/68cokkv74wnf46s/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY.rar)[/quote]thank you for giving me the new ammount for games, i finally have everything, but there is one problem, i wanted bubble blaster to work on vt02, but i see, that vt09 is NOT the same as vt02, can someone make a vt09 to vt02 conversion of bubble blaster JUST for me?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on December 20, 2017, 04:15:30 PM
here are the remaining VG Pocket dumps in case there are original titles on here. Also includes the dgun2500, a Wii ripoff that works on Nintendulator. These were all part of the MAME set: https://my.mixtape.moe/kpreqx.zip (https://my.mixtape.moe/kpreqx.zip)





Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on December 21, 2017, 01:15:44 AM
http://s4.zetaboards.com/PGC_Forums/single/?p=10002953&t=30130933 (http://s4.zetaboards.com/PGC_Forums/single/?p=10002953&t=30130933)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: ProBoTector23 on December 22, 2017, 12:31:47 PM
forgotusername
Dec 20 2017, 02:03:46 AM
update http://www.mediafire.com/file/68cokkv74wnf46s/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/68cokkv74wnf46s/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY.rar)[/quote]Thanks for the sharing! :)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on December 23, 2017, 02:35:22 PM
there has to be a vt02 zuma clone for nes  :faint:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 30, 2017, 11:56:06 PM
Funny thing I just noticed: Magic Jony is a real person who directed and designed his own game. Talk about self-centered...
https://ibb.co/hxhFEw (https://ibb.co/hxhFEw) (title screen)
https://ibb.co/muN1Mb (https://ibb.co/muN1Mb) (credits screen)
(Jesus its hard to upload pictures on here. Oh, and to see the Nice Code credit screens press the buttons Up, Down, Up, Left, Right, Left, B on the title screen. Doesn't work every time but is pretty cool regardless)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: fcgamer on December 31, 2017, 10:33:49 AM
Maybe the guy made a mistake and was trying to say his name was Jonny (Johnny)?  Wouldn't be the first time I've seen something of that level.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on January 13, 2018, 01:13:33 PM
can there be just one ability to play vt03 games on gba
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on January 13, 2018, 07:30:48 PM
I'm pretty sure that VT02 games at least work on there (games from handhelds like RS-16, or plug-n-plays like 200-in-1 dreamGEAR controller). I've tried the following, and they work:

- Space War (Gun Nac hack--title screen is messed though)
- Super Fighter (Super Contra hack -- works)
- Pandamar (works)
- Frog Prince (works)
- Police Dog Lazy (works)
- F-22 (VT02) - works

Most VT03 games already have a VT02 variant. Why not play those on your GBA instead?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on January 14, 2018, 08:01:48 AM
Y2K05
Jan 13 2018, 07:30:48 PM
I'm pretty sure that VT02 games at least work on there (games from handhelds like RS-16, or plug-n-plays like 200-in-1 dreamGEAR controller). I've tried the following, and they work:

- Space War (Gun Nac hack--title screen is messed though)
- Super Fighter (Super Contra hack -- works)
- Pandamar (works)
- Frog Prince (works)
- Police Dog Lazy (works)
- F-22 (VT02) - works

Most VT03 games already have a VT02 variant. Why not play those on your GBA instead?[/quote]actually, my try is to play these following games on GBA:

Access Block
Commando
Dodgeball
Fateful Battle
Icarian (VT03)
Sky Wing (VT03)
Soccer 2009
Tank
Tetris (by Waixing)
 

oh, i see you told me to play 6 of some games you offered me?
actually, i am playng some games, here are a few:

Super Fighter
Frog Prince
F-22

Oh and also, there is a whole bunch of other VT02 games that work absolutely on Pocketnes, and these are:

Diamond (Both nice code and waixing)
Top Golf
M day
Soccer of the World
Tennis Ball
Sky Wing (VT02)
Apple Chess (VT02 by Waixing)
Warrior (Nice code Version)
and many more...
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on January 14, 2018, 10:44:09 AM
All those games are probably in the latest Project PNP pack. I don't need to provide them--you can download the pack and then use your computer to search through all the files.
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Post by: kelvin donna on January 14, 2018, 11:17:28 AM
Y2K05
Jan 14 2018, 10:44:09 AM
All those games are probably in the latest Project PNP pack. I don't need to provide them--you can download the pack and then use your computer to search through all the files.[/quote]i downloaded the update, i have all these games, i asked: can vt03 be emulated on GBA
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: KingPepe on January 14, 2018, 04:04:08 PM
No and definitely not any time soon; PocketNES support for actual emulation has been dead for years. I don't think anyone would be willing to even provide VT03 support for PocketNES.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on January 15, 2018, 05:52:17 AM
Whatever, i will just wait until the next update comes  :whistle:
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on February 11, 2018, 03:53:48 PM
update update trot trot trot, update update wheeeeeeeeee http://www.mediafire.com/file/nzwbvc6ymgpd1g5/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY%2002-11-18.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/nzwbvc6ymgpd1g5/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY%2002-11-18.rar)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on February 11, 2018, 04:51:32 PM
What has been added in the update?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on February 11, 2018, 04:53:55 PM
forgotusername
Feb 11 2018, 03:53:48 PM
update update trot trot trot, update update wheeeeeeeeee http://www.mediafire.com/file/nzwbvc6ymgpd1g5/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY%2002-11-18.rar (http://www.mediafire.com/file/nzwbvc6ymgpd1g5/Project%20PLUG%20%27N%20PLAY%2002-11-18.rar)[/quote]It's an update? It's an UPDATE  :O ?

WOW, WEE, WHAT A GIFT FOR US   8D
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on February 11, 2018, 11:43:23 PM
Just realized i forgot to include a ROM. Here's the ultra-exciting 15 millionth variation of Boxworld

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Post by: Awesome Panda on February 12, 2018, 12:56:22 AM
Hello, I've been looking through these roms and I've been wondering where several of the Inventor hacks originate from as I've never seen them anywhere else. Specifically, games like Calcu Chaos, the Lyko hacks and some cat/Kirby themed ones like Puffy's Paradise.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on February 12, 2018, 02:30:14 AM
Awesome Panda
Feb 12 2018, 12:56:22 AM
Hello, I've been looking through these roms and I've been wondering where several of the Inventor hacks originate from as I've never seen them anywhere else. Specifically, games like Calcu Chaos, the Lyko hacks and some cat/Kirby themed ones like Puffy's Paradise.[/quote]Calcu Chaos came from one of those educational computer things iirc. The other ones you mentioned came from a crazily encrypted, unemulatable 32-in-1 cart. I'm starting to think those ones aren't made by Inventor, since they're so uncommon, but I have no idea who else they'd be from.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Awesome Panda on February 12, 2018, 02:37:26 AM
I know Inventor didn't do the Blob Buster, Sakura (originally called Cardcaptor Sakura) or Gradirs hacks, those are fan made hacks that for some reason were included on a bunch of plug n play systems. I am curious if they did Puyo Boy and Puffy's Paradise though, the former has the same fonts and odd graphical changes but it also looks a bit too competently made compared to most of the other hacks.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on February 28, 2018, 05:41:33 PM
Another multicart extract (http://symphoniae.com/nrs/pgc/!MulticartExtracts2018-02-28.7z). Mostly licensed games, but a few hacks that I at least don't remember, and a handful of VT03 games.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Y2K05 on February 28, 2018, 07:14:39 PM
May  I ask which game this is from?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on March 03, 2018, 04:17:27 PM
@forgotusername: I'm not sure whether I am being Captain Obvious, but "Project BATH\Fireman" and "Project KUMM\Fire Fighter" are the same game and are all hacks of the licensed Famicom game "Flying Hero" from Epic/Sony Records, so if I understand those directory names correctly, they should be in "Project KUCK".
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Awesome Panda on March 03, 2018, 07:36:24 PM
Technically, they're not hacks as the code seems to have been done from scratch. Aside from only having level 1, the physics are different and it seems to be missing some powerups from the original game. I'd argue the same thing for the single event Track & Field roms, especially since some of the events weren't in the NES game.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on March 03, 2018, 07:54:36 PM
The Jungletac version has more than one level. But I see your point about the physics.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on March 04, 2018, 02:44:28 AM
Yeah Jungletac (KUMM) does a lot of clones (One of these days I'll make these folder names actually intelligible...) They're very close to the original Famicom games but they aren't based on the original code. Notice also that Lonely Island is a near-perfect clone of "Hirake Ponkikki", and Push the Ball is "Shufflepuck Cafe".

As for the Track & Field games, I can't find concrete proof whether they're hacks or clones; I thought they were hacks, but looking at all the random, non-T&F games running on the same engine, I'm starting to think they are the latter...

Also forgot to comment on the 210-in-1. Weird to see a VT03 Inventor game (Luck Ball). There must be others out there somewhere, I doubt they'd just end up making one.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on March 07, 2018, 01:44:15 PM
just found this weird website by complete accident. http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm (http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm)

Downloads no longer work, even with the Wayback machine, but maybe these ROMs are still out there somewhere? (I know the downloads are for "videos" but I'm blaming that on bad translation since it also lists the ROM size)
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on March 07, 2018, 03:32:48 PM
Since the download links are to AVI files, I would say he really linked to videos and not ROM images.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on March 07, 2018, 04:37:03 PM
forgotusername
Mar 7 2018, 01:44:15 PM
just found this weird website by complete accident. http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm (http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm)

Downloads no longer work, even with the Wayback machine, but maybe these ROMs are still out there somewhere? (I know the downloads are for "videos" but I'm blaming that on bad translation since it also lists the ROM size)[/quote]can i have more informations about this website?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: codeman38 on March 11, 2018, 03:22:37 PM
forgotusername
Mar 7 2018, 01:44:15 PM
just found this weird website by complete accident. http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm (http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm)

Downloads no longer work, even with the Wayback machine, but maybe these ROMs are still out there somewhere? (I know the downloads are for "videos" but I'm blaming that on bad translation since it also lists the ROM size)[/quote]I found this site a while back by accident as well, when I was trying to find what had happened to Cube Technology's web site after it had disappeared, and to be honest, I'm still not fully sure what's up with it.

It appears to be a promotional site for Cube back when they were still known as YMK—a name which still appears in several of their releases, such as various games from the MiWi Xtra—but I have no clue as to the history of the site (or even the age of it, for that matter). Viewing the HTML source on http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/ (http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/) reveals that it was mirrored from another domain at http://520d.com/wz/ymktvgame/ (http://520d.com/wz/ymktvgame/) (which explains the broken links for some of the images/videos), but the Internet Archive turns up nothing under that URL.

(And because this was a commercial site of some sort for Cube Tech, it's almost certain that the videos are indeed video clips and not the actual ROMs.)

Edited to add: Oh yeah, forgot to mention. The hacks shown on that page are definitely things that exist (though not necessarily as ROM dumps)—they appeared in a series of 8-bit sports-themed plug-and-plays manufactured by Macro Winners. JP Ronny (a.k.a. Awesome Panda on this forum) has the tennis version of this and has posted a playthrough of it on YouTube: part 1 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWx6GvKM0z8), part 2 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R8K_6GQ22jw), part 3 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5q3YQUQ4Bo).
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Awesome Panda on March 11, 2018, 07:13:41 PM
Thanks for reminding me I have that plug n play, I should probably try to capture more gameplay footage of those games to show any other changes they might have such as endings or (in a few cases) how certain levels look. I would send the unit I have off to be dumped, but there's no guarantee that it'd be feasible to do. If I happen to find a second one I'll send that to whoever wants to attempt it. I do wonder if there's any games on the other plug n plays (like the boxing one) which have different games not present on the one I have.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: codeman38 on March 11, 2018, 10:28:27 PM
This is the NTSC version of Awesome Panda's tennis plug-and-play, incidentally, if anyone with the necessary dumping expertise is either in the US or willing to deal with international shipping: https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Wireless-Tennis-Game-System-With-39-Games-Plug-N-Play-Just-Connect-to-TV-/371440331789 (https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Wireless-Tennis-Game-System-With-39-Games-Plug-N-Play-Just-Connect-to-TV-/371440331789)
I know I've seen another of these consoles which has the Super Mario Bros. hack "Bobby Go" on it, but I can't remember which one it is. It's not the tennis or ping pong one, as far as I can see—possibly the boxing one?
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on March 12, 2018, 12:02:56 AM
Not gonna bother quoting here because of the sheer amount of posts, just gonna answer some random stuff:

* While I don't have one of the "sport" consoles, I have some weird 32 (?) bit system from the same game manufacturers, which feature NES hacks/originals running at double resolution. (video of a similar, but not identical, console is here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wl-esKKJ73M)) I also have a handful of mini arcade machines with the 32-bit games on them, which also includes a handful of the 8-bit ones from the website

* Any thoughts on what else the "boxing" one might contain? The Burgertime, Adventure Island, and Ninja-kun hacks intrigue me, but they're not on the tennis system.

* Has anyone dealt with dumps before? As in sending them to a dumper? I desparately need to get rid of some of my garbage (I have an entire thing of plug 'n plays about the length of a restaurant booth chair - and that's not including handhelds!), but I've never bothered as I can't find records of how to send them, how much they typically cost, etc.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: codeman38 on March 12, 2018, 12:15:50 AM
Unfortunately, I don't think the boxing one is the one I was looking for after all; the one picture I found of the back of the box on Google Image Search (https://farm2.static.flickr.com/1306/767867475_4a43a04dc0.jpg (https://farm2.static.flickr.com/1306/767867475_4a43a04dc0.jpg)) shows the same games as on the tennis console. I suppose they could be among the five games that aren't listed, but I doubt it.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on March 12, 2018, 04:53:14 AM
forgotusername
Mar 12 2018, 12:02:56 AM
Not gonna bother quoting here because of the sheer amount of posts, just gonna answer some random stuff:

* While I don't have one of the "sport" consoles, I have some weird 32 (?) bit system from the same game manufacturers, which feature NES hacks/originals running at double resolution. (video of a similar, but not identical, console is here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wl-esKKJ73M)) I also have a handful of mini arcade machines with the 32-bit games on them, which also includes a handful of the 8-bit ones from the website

* Any thoughts on what else the "boxing" one might contain? The Burgertime, Adventure Island, and Ninja-kun hacks intrigue me, but they're not on the tennis system.

* Has anyone dealt with dumps before? As in sending them to a dumper? I desparately need to get rid of some of my garbage (I have an entire thing of plug 'n plays about the length of a restaurant booth chair - and that's not including handhelds!), but I've never bothered as I can't find records of how to send them, how much they typically cost, etc.[/quote]i wanted some infos about the games from this website:http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Awesome Panda on March 12, 2018, 09:14:08 AM
OH I just remembered that I have one of those mini arcade machines; the one I've got has 240 games and most of them are Cube Tech VT03 hacks with some Nice Code games and odd original soccer-oriented games thrown in. The problem is I can't record/stream footage of them decently due to the tiny screen and lack of video-out.

Some of the games have the original music, others have short sample loops that replace any music cues the games have. As far as I can tell the hacks seem to be a mix of the ones found on those sport pnps and another non-sport themed one that Taizou has (I forgot what it's called xp), I'd be interested to see those games dumped at some point.
Title: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on March 12, 2018, 01:42:55 PM
Awesome Panda
Mar 12 2018, 09:14:08 AM
OH I just remembered that I have one of those mini arcade machines; the one I've got has 240 games and most of them are Cube Tech VT03 hacks with some Nice Code games and odd original soccer-oriented games thrown in. The problem is I can't record/stream footage of them decently due to the tiny screen and lack of video-out.[/quote]It's something newer than VT03 - I forget what its called but it was discussed in another forum here somewhere. As such no dumps have surfaced, as the consoles are far too advanced to be easily emulated. They chose REALLY weird games to hack - one of them is a hack of this (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DlmzQfVGrCc), for example.

Also worth mentioning in the US they "censored" the 240-in-1, removing ten games that iirc were all Mario-related in some way (so Mario Bros., Donkey Kongs, Wrecking Crew and whatnot). Dreamgear also released a variant of it, which to this day can be found in every department store in America; their version removed practically everything, mostly just leaving generic games and a bunch of shooting game hacks (and that cursed "bingo" thing again)
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on September 16, 2018, 05:38:44 AM
i am wishing some vt02 versions of the vt09 jungletac games
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Icareevenless123456789 on October 14, 2018, 06:09:45 PM
forgotusername here, for some reason on a completely different account because this is what the email verification sent me...

i was reminded of this thread because A. those goddamn idiots developers from atgames tricked me into buying a famiclone (that was ADVERTISED as having ARCADE games), and B. i watched someone play the all-time classic Animal Contest for four hours: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xKm-aBcreU

if its not clear already this project is pretty much dead...my hard drive broke, with all of the remaining plug 'n play roms stored on it. i didn't back them up anywhere else, as i had already fully compiled the next update. so i no longer have access to the already extracted games, the multicarts, all of the hex-editing and graphics tools, and whatever else this project required.

there are places that can remove select files from busted hard drives, but i somehow doubt .nes files are something they can get back (its all basic stuff like photos and documents from what i can tell). either way, this project is effectively finished in its current state. maybe sometime in the future there will be another update, but i can't even log into my mediafire account at this point so who knows. for now, this is goodbye. HEN & SONS will always love you...

(oh, and sorry if this is someone else's account i hijacked. i swear its what i was sent by email. i blame taizou for this)
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: ProBoTector23 on October 15, 2018, 11:31:09 AM
Not everything was lost, because I uploaded many of your ripped hacks to my hack collection, so they can be downloaded from there.
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Icareevenless123456789 on October 18, 2018, 02:47:44 AM
Not everything was lost, because I uploaded many of your ripped hacks to my hack collection, so they can be downloaded from there.

I still have the roms i released publicly, i'm referring to all the stuff i had ripped and never posted. i believe there were about 60 total that were lost (although about 1/3 were just Nice Code copyright variations). Thank you though
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: ProBoTector23 on October 19, 2018, 05:24:33 AM
Not everything was lost, because I uploaded many of your ripped hacks to my hack collection, so they can be downloaded from there.

I still have the roms i released publicly, i'm referring to all the stuff i had ripped and never posted. i believe there were about 60 total that were lost (although about 1/3 were just Nice Code copyright variations). Thank you though

You're very welcome!
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on October 22, 2018, 07:44:11 AM
I will gladly continue the project, though I will probably choose more conventional folder names.
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Icareevenless123456789 on October 22, 2018, 03:53:02 PM
I will gladly continue the project, though I will probably choose more conventional folder names.
That would be great if you could, but only if you're up for it. you're free to do whatever you want with the foldernames, i was planning on changing them anyway. i can try to update my first post with your contributions to the project (obviously i'd have to actually get logged into that account first)

as a side note, does anyone know if the original bootleg game forum's posts can still be edited? if there is another update, it would be annoying for the original website to have year-old download links, especially since that one still gets more traction from what i can tell.
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: Icareevenless123456789 on November 06, 2018, 06:05:47 PM
Interesting post from Frank Cifaldi today: https://twitter.com/frankcifaldi/status/1059927031226413057

guess we found out the mystery of where River Jump came from. seemingly Meccano and Goal Keeper as well, but there they actually bothered to change the graphics to not be of Elmo. i highly doubt anyone's dumping that thing but it's good to keep note of
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: torridgristle on December 31, 2018, 07:37:29 PM
Got a PAP KIII Plus today, came with some bootleg games I haven't seen before like Mario TV.

https://mega.nz/#!xl9E3S6I!gn_4c4iBH2iqZQric9wLuciN7k2tt0L5zKFB9Zg7mW8

This is the contents of the FC directory on the internal micro sd card.

Rather than try and figure out which are duplicates on my own, I think I'll leave it to the professionals, lest I delete something new.
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on December 31, 2018, 10:33:37 PM
Got a PAP KIII Plus today, came with some bootleg games I haven't seen before like Mario TV.

This is the contents of the FC directory on the internal micro sd card.

Rather than try and figure out which are duplicates on my own, I think I'll leave it to the professionals, lest I delete something new.

Mario TV is actually bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/Dian_Shi_Ma_Li (http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/Dian_Shi_Ma_Li). Most of those seem to just be licensed NES roms, I wouldn't really consider them plug 'n play. But thank you for the submission
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: torridgristle on January 01, 2019, 04:59:39 PM
Got a PAP KIII Plus today, came with some bootleg games I haven't seen before like Mario TV.

This is the contents of the FC directory on the internal micro sd card.

Rather than try and figure out which are duplicates on my own, I think I'll leave it to the professionals, lest I delete something new.

Mario TV is actually bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/Dian_Shi_Ma_Li (http://bootleggames.wikia.com/wiki/Dian_Shi_Ma_Li). Most of those seem to just be licensed NES roms, I wouldn't really consider them plug 'n play. But thank you for the submission

Yeah on my own I removed about 450 Good ROMs, and a lot of what was left were hacked with cheats as far as I can tell. Like Kick Master has infinite health. Detecting those duplicates might be more difficult. Well, it's a shame there's nothing too great in there. Was hoping they'd have a modern version of something.

It's the 16GB model of PAP KIII Plus btw, I think there's an 8GB model.
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on January 01, 2019, 08:16:36 PM
It's the 16GB model of PAP KIII Plus btw, I think there's an 8GB model.
The PAP is a multi-console thing right? Do you have the full gamelist for it? There might be (non-plug 'n play) bootlegs undumped in the other sections.

iirc one model was dumped a while back, and it had undumped GBA bootlegs on it. If that was the 8GB model, there might be more on the 16GB. (but I'm not very familiar with those so i wouldn't be good at identifying)
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: torridgristle on January 03, 2019, 09:13:51 PM
I can upload it but it'll take me a long time, internet reasons. Have you got a method for checking which games match a No Intro database or something and moving them to a new directory so I can get it up sooner? Looking at weeks with my current pacing.

Oh, and here's the file list for the GBA directory. https://pastebin.com/gya7yyN9
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: torridgristle on January 05, 2019, 10:54:27 AM
Got GBA uploaded faster than expected, here's the post in the Game Boy forum if you're interested.

http://bootleg.games/BGC_Forum/index.php?topic=2583.msg19346
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: forgotusername on May 03, 2019, 09:13:52 PM
This is something that's been on my mind a lot lately, i wanted to finally state it on the (old) project page...

A few of the (specifically Inventor/KUCK) roms in this collection are fake. I made a list of which ones here: https://bootleggames.fandom.com/wiki/Talk:Inventor/List_of_hacks#my_hacks. There are a multitude of reasons i added them, none of which are important to mention.

Around the time i made project pnp, this sort of "gaming preservation boom" happened. i never saw this as a preservation effort, at least before NewRisingSun started work on it - but a lot of others, including the founder of the Video Game History Foundation, did. I realize this was very bad for preservation's sake, so I decided its best i admit they're not really Inventor hacks - just ones I made in an intentionally similar style.

(also i think i lied and said they came from a multicart at some point. that was bullshit, i was making my own multicart with them, which i inevitably lost on my hard drive. just putting that out there before i'm questioned about it)
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: TerryBogardKOF1 on May 05, 2019, 04:54:38 AM
Fair enough, they're still very good hacks despite being in the Inventor-style (Graphics from different games, fucked up music, etc). For a while I thought they were real, which is why I tried to add them to the wiki once, sorry about that :)
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on June 04, 2019, 09:02:26 AM
it is so boring, that there is no update

the Taikee micro arcade Machine are also Dumpable
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: TerryBogardKOF1 on June 04, 2019, 12:00:53 PM
it is so boring, that there is no update

the Taikee micro arcade Machine are also Dumpable


yeah to be fair though, there hasn't been any update in forever, I would have loved to see the rest of Inventor's (REAL) hacks, but till then, just gotta wait.
also the Taikee Micro Arcade is dumpable, like, the one with Cube Tech VT03/VT368 hacks? Wow.
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on June 04, 2019, 01:35:29 PM
it is so boring, that there is no update

the Taikee micro arcade Machine are also Dumpable


yeah to be fair though, there hasn't been any update in forever, I would have loved to see the rest of Inventor's (REAL) hacks, but till then, just gotta wait.
also the Taikee Micro Arcade is dumpable, like, the one with Cube Tech VT03/VT368 hacks? Wow.
yes i wish that SOME of these get dumped  :-*
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: TerryBogardKOF1 on June 04, 2019, 02:36:34 PM
it is so boring, that there is no update

the Taikee micro arcade Machine are also Dumpable


yeah to be fair though, there hasn't been any update in forever, I would have loved to see the rest of Inventor's (REAL) hacks, but till then, just gotta wait.
also the Taikee Micro Arcade is dumpable, like, the one with Cube Tech VT03/VT368 hacks? Wow.
yes i wish that SOME of these get dumped  :-*

Yeah dude, I really wanna play Clonk (Adventure Island hack based off the Sonic themed hack, which in itself was rumoured to be made by Inventor too) and What's Up (Donkey Kong Hack), also the Cube Tech hacks I really wanna see aswell, dunno why but there's something magical about those stolen bootleg songs in the VT368 hacks.
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on June 04, 2019, 02:56:35 PM
i really wish the games table soccer (VT03) to be dumped
is there any zuma or luxor vt02 edition?
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: TerryBogardKOF1 on June 04, 2019, 03:03:28 PM
i really wish the games table soccer (VT03) to be dumped
is there any zuma or luxor vt02 edition?

I don't know man, maybe the table soccer game might come in the next update, if it even comes at all.
on an unrelated note, I like your Project CHET hacks, really holds me over till the update.
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: NewRisingSun on June 04, 2019, 04:28:13 PM
This project assembles extracted games from existing plug-and-play dumps. There is no point in requesting that a game be dumped here.

(There also is no point in requesting that anything be dumped. If somebody has a PnP and the means to dump it, it will happen. Conversely, if something is not dumped, it is because nobody has it or nobody who has it knows how to dump it or who to send it for dumping. So posting requests that something be dumped is pointless and, if done repeatedly, annoying.)
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: TerryBogardKOF1 on June 04, 2019, 04:30:34 PM
This project assembles extracted games from existing plug-and-play dumps. There is no point in requesting that a game be dumped here.

(There also is no point in requesting that anything be dumped. If somebody has a PnP and the means to dump it, it will happen. Conversely, if something is not dumped, it is because nobody has it or nobody who has it knows how to dump it or who to send it for dumping. So posting requests that something be dumped is pointless and, if done repeatedly, annoying.)

oh, sorry bout that
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on June 05, 2019, 07:49:30 AM
This project assembles extracted games from existing plug-and-play dumps. There is no point in requesting that a game be dumped here.

(There also is no point in requesting that anything be dumped. If somebody has a PnP and the means to dump it, it will happen. Conversely, if something is not dumped, it is because nobody has it or nobody who has it knows how to dump it or who to send it for dumping. So posting requests that something be dumped is pointless and, if done repeatedly, annoying.)
somebody owns the console (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nolXogBxiIU) and these games just can be dumped like everything else
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: MLX on June 05, 2019, 12:22:15 PM
If you want an update, buy the plug and play you wishthat was dumped and send it to CaH4e3 or someone working for MAME (or anyone on the net which can read flash chips actually).

Not any other begging put as a complaint will be tolerated here, especially from you kelvin.
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on June 08, 2019, 11:11:56 AM
i have a good idea now, we need a vt03 vt168 emulator for the cfw of the rs07 retro arcade, this device is very hightech
Title: Re: Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on March 04, 2020, 07:54:06 AM
just found this weird website by complete accident. http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm (http://www35.tok2.com/home/ymktvgame/picen.htm)

Downloads no longer work, even with the Wayback machine, but maybe these ROMs are still out there somewhere? (I know the downloads are for "videos" but I'm blaming that on bad translation since it also lists the ROM size)
do you actually know, where they are on the internet, or if you own them?
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on March 22, 2020, 06:16:49 PM
hey guys, i have made a little restoration of the YMKTVGAME Website, where i filled the missing screenshots.
here is the archive file with the html and the files
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on March 24, 2020, 06:34:03 AM
If you want an update, buy the plug and play you wishthat was dumped and send it to CaH4e3 or someone working for MAME (or anyone on the net which can read flash chips actually).

Not any other begging put as a complaint will be tolerated here, especially from you kelvin.
or better yet,

just contact the MAME Team, if they could make this rom for example:
https://www.planetemu.net/rom/mame-roms/ii32in1
Run on the PSP, GBA, RS07 RetroFW or the RS12 by turning it to SNES, mega drive or anything else
but Remember to be Polite (not talking to you)
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: retrosal1 on April 16, 2020, 02:14:42 AM
I'm sorry if this is gonna be off topic, but I think Dreamgear/My Arcade should use Inventor rom hacks more often instead of Nice Code's pirate originals. Inventor games are more fun to play, even though their rom hacks are badly done, but still it is the only best option there is.
Title: Re: (OLD) Project PLUG 'N PLAY (Bleb, Kuck, Goof)
Post by: kelvin donna on April 16, 2020, 08:17:21 AM
I'm sorry if this is gonna be off topic, but I think Dreamgear/My Arcade should use Inventor rom hacks more often instead of Nice Code's pirate originals. Inventor games are more fun to play, even though their rom hacks are badly done, but still it is the only best option there is.
uh huh?
then check out my hacks. these share gigantic similarities with cube tech games/hacks:
http://bootleg.games/BGC_Forum/index.php?topic=2605.msg19387#msg19387