Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2)

Arcade 1994 Namco Driving Race (chase view)
Ace Driver is NAMCO's 1994 addition to the F-1 Genre. The 4 teams in the game were, Team Red Lightning, Scuderia Blue Castle, Yellow Cyclone Racing and Green Island Motor Sports. The game was playable for up to 4 competitors. There was also a deluxe cabinet with moving cockpits. Ace Driver consisted of the player selecting "Beginner Class", "Expert Class" or "Expert Pro Class". Ace Driver was also a sequel to Driver's Eyes, an earlier F-1 Simulator on the previous System 21 "Polygonizer" system.
Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2)

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  • maincpu 68020 (@ 24 Mhz)
  • master TMS32025 (@ 49 Mhz)
  • slave TMS32025 (@ 49 Mhz)
  • mcu M37702 (@ 16 Mhz)
  • C352 (@ 24 Mhz)
  • Orientation Yoko
  • Résolution 255 x 255
  • Fréquence 59.937809 Hz
  • Nombre de joueurs 1
  • Nombre de boutons 4
  • Type de contrôle
    1. joy (vertical2 ways)
    2. joy (vertical2 ways)
    3. joy (vertical2 ways)

Screenshots de Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2)

Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2) - Screen 1
Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2) - Screen 2
Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2) - Screen 3
Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2) - Screen 4
Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2) - Screen 5

Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2) et M.A.M.E.

0.78 [Guru]

- 0.143u7: Changed description to 'Ace Driver: Racing Evolution (Rev. AD2)'.
- 0.143u6: hap fixed Ace Driver crash from buffer overflow (game crash during attract mode and when passing the first checkpoint on the first track and was heading off the track, it crashed). Removed eeprom.9e rom. Added vertical 2-way Joystick.
- 0.138u3: Fabio Priuli updated Ace Driver to use keys instead of dipswitches for shifters.
- 0.104u2: Added M37702 (16384000 Hz) CPU4, C352 (16384000 Hz) stereo sound and C74 MCU rom.
- 6th October 2005: R. Belmont - Ace Driver is the only (Super) System 22 game without sound in current MAME. This is completely correct. It was not something I missed and I did not do it to fark with people. The data in that ROM is incompatible with the Prop Cycle BIOS for whatever reason (there's a chance it could be triggering an M37710 opcode bug, but that seems fairly unlikely at this point) and MAME will crash if you attempt to hook it up.
- 0.100u1: R. Belmont fixed analog controls for Cyber Cycles and Ace Driver (making both playable).
- 0.86u1: Changed 68020 CPU1 clock speed to 24576000 Hz and TMS32025 CPU2/3 to 49152000 Hz. Added 'Shift' dipswitch.
- 0.85u2: Changed region user2 to sound1.
- 0.84u5: Replaced Stick controller with Paddle.
- 0.81u8: Added 2x TMS32025 (48MHz) CPUs and changed region cpu2 to cpu4.
- 0.78u1: Stefan Jokisch added user1 rom ($0 - eeprom.9e).
- 0.78: Guru added Ace Driver (Rev. AD2, World) (Namco 1994).
- 17th December 2003: Guru added Ace Driver to the Namco System 22 driver, it works in attract mode but with messed up graphics.

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