外围体育投注I found all the games from my childhood except one, so maybe someone here knows which one it is based on my loose memories:
- It was an arcade similar to MegaMan, where you are controlling your character on a scrolling or sliding level, and have variety of ranged attacks (not a gun if I remember correctly) . It was coin operated arcade.
外围体育投注- First level/scene starts with a bunch of thick metal construction rail platforms in green color, with few places melted and bright orange, and dripping on layers/pathways of level below.
- I remember a worm boss that had an attack where it shrinks back to a hole and head detaches and tornadoes around the screen until "screwing" back in. After you defeat it you jump into a hole worm appeared from.
- Last boss was kinda like Rick-looking mad scientist, but buff, busting out of some science tube, casting kamehame balls and sh*t, floating in the air etc.
- Whole game had aesthetic similar to games like Blazing Chrome, Mega Man etc.
- When character dies, it had a very long "whoooooooo" sound that sounds like it was dropping down the deep well
I might miss remember some of this, but the 1st level and worm boss are stuck in my head. It was like 2 decades ago.
I played an arcade football game over 20 years ago. It was only national teams from all over the world (must have been a world cup game), the game would be viewed from the side (would never go in the perspective of the player even if near the goal), and had an unique feature that would "rate" the goals and the best rated (would go from 0 to 999) would be displayed as replay when the arcade machine was on "standby" without anyone playing it. The ball would have a "golden traill" effect when replayed as the best goal. Anyone can help me identify what game it was? I cannot remember the name because I was a small child but it was somwhere between the years 1998-2005...
Im not sure if this is the place to ask but I'm in the process of wiring a power switch to a strip that powers my pc and monitor for my arcade cabinet and the switch is rated for 10a 250v but it came supplied with a 5a 250v fuse. Is that enough for my pc and tv to run power off of or should i buy a 10a 250v fuse?
Sorry in advance if this isn't the place to ask.