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  1. 3 points
    This is the making of Micro Mages. Thought this was really interesting for those into old hardware:
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    Amazing Game! The AI is excellent. Playing the computer is actually fun and somewhat challenging. The lack of manual goalie is made up for with amazing Defensive AI. They really clog the middle and while the deke is still a very good move it is not money or cheesy. They will often level you or force a bad shot. So much more of a Hockey simulation than any other version. Really has all the best parts of 92, 93, 94, and 95! Other awesome stuff, Full Season Mode, Ron Barr including speech, plus an awesome rink announcer, Anthems (no kneeling), USA and Canadian Flags, Back up Goalies Play, Varied and accurate center ice logos, Sound of the boards, goalie pads, sticks, pucks, etc...., better music, more dynamic and accurate crowd, guy blowing a single horn at times, Jumbotron including Fan Meter and other cool stuff, Ref retrieves puck and goes to box and signals penaties, calendar, 4 actual accurate lines, scratches and deeper rosters, 1993 season celebrated, Stars in Minnesota, No Ducks or Panthers, 3 Stars, skate out after being announced EA Sponsor, Shows total goals when a player scores for season or playoff not just that game, more accurate goalie pulls like when down 1 or 2, not just when down 2, visual line changes when players go on and off, dynamic crowd, announcement of 1 minute left in the period, so much more amazing game, an actual Stanley Cup presentation and skate with the Cup, Long Live DosBox!
  4. 2 points
    I don't have any tips for capturing video games, but I do know if a, "baby on board," sticker is a little faded and beat up on the car in front of you that the kid is at least a year or two old now and the car is safe to ram.
  5. 2 points
    @chaos If they don't want them, Jesus' Salvage, BBQ Towing and Notary Service can oblige. @kingraph Apparently a good way to find one is just to email every local broadcast studio, university and news station in a 30 mile radius and ask them if they have any tube monitors that they no longer need. A lot of people who are persistent have gotten huge hauls. For most of these places, you're solving a problem. I plan to do this next week myself as I'm smitten with these PVM's.
  6. 2 points
    Thinking about letting go of my complete copy of NHL Hockey (94) for the computer. Any interested people can hit me back either here or on discord. Asking 100 plus shipping. A little backstory: Over the course of about 4 or 5 years I probably bought every single copy of NHL Hockey for PC off ebay. These would only pop up maybe twice or so per year but ebay would send me a notification on each occasion. I even had it bookmarked at one time which I checked daily. Long story short, I bought them everytime! I would then compare and contrast each and every piece included out of each copy, concluding with this master copy. The best of the best condition from around 10 combined copies over years of ebay searches!
  7. 2 points
    Tried getting the group rate at the Courtyard-Marriot where you guys are staying, but reservations could not find "Andromeda or Wave" on their list. They currently only have King/sofa combos available for the weekend. I've booked myself into the Monte Carlo (I booked through Hotwire - but I see the same price now on Expedia which offers free cancellation). I'm arriving Friday afternoon, and will be ready for exis and 2v2. If there is a room, or small meeting room in either hotel where we can set-up - I'm happy to pitch in some money.
  8. 2 points
    Okay, so I'm an idiot. I actually own an original copy of this game! So I read through the instruction manual and there is no "A" button, just shoot & pass. You can also do the pull goalie thing (F9 team 1, F10 team 2), and "R" isn't pause, it's replay.
  9. 2 points
    As the internal lead producer for NHL Hockey Genesis and Madden at Park Place Productions (owned by Knox and myself), let me clarify some things for you all here - read to the end to get the full scoop. I probably wouldn't have written anything here, but seeing my former partner Michael Knox maligned as a "black Bernie Madoff" couldn't be further than the truth. Quoted from Wikipedia: The point here is that both Madden and NHL Hockey, both great versions first on Genesis, we developed by a team. No one person deserves all the credit. For example, on Madden, Lyndon and Knox had previously published 3 football games - and in their wisdom, they recognized Simmon's programming talent and hired him, while teaching Simmons everything about how to create a solid football game - otherwise, there is no way Simmons could have completed the game on a new piece of hardware in 5 1/2 months. Seriously. However, to Simmons credit, Lyndon recognizes his innovation in developing the 3D view - that part was inspired by Lyndon's former boss, Scott Orr. Lastly, Rich Hilleman spent every waking moment near the end to fine-tune the play-ability of the game. So in fairness to the entire team, not a single member could have been omitted without the game turning out so well - that includes Michael Knox, Troy Lyndon, Jim Simmons, Scott Orr and Richard Hilleman, period. On the EA side, there was also the technical expertise of Scott Cronce (now Director, Software Development at Amazon) who supported us in developing one of the first Sega Genesis titles to be released. And I'm sure there were more at EA, including the team that created their awesome development systems. Now as for NHL Hockey, Lyndon and Knox are to credit for the innovative green-screen techniques they utilized (as do filmmakers today), but remember this was back in 1991. Those innovative techniques combined with specialized code written to assist artists in "roto-scoping" were responsible for the fluid animations which had never been seen before in a sports game. With that said, Simmons is to credit for the awesome physics built into the engine which gave the game such a realistic and great game play feel. But he may not have been able to develop it so quickly without Lyndon input as the developer of Capcom's Hat Trick hockey game, which he brought from the arcade to the C-64 and PC. Scott Orr may also have been involved, as was Hilleman again who worked relentlessly with Simmons in the final days before release to fine-tune the game. So again, without the expertise of every team member, no one can say with assurance that they could have built these rockin games, unless they have an inflated view of their capabilities. As for Mark Lesser, he was an unknown at this time when the first award-winning games (Madden and NHL Hockey for Genesis and SNES) were developed from 1990 through 1992. It is my understanding that '93 and '94 versions of both games were not new innovative games. However, they were clearly well-done derivative sequels of the originals which faithfully continued the legacy forward. Perhaps the most evidence we have about the uniqueness of this amazing team becomes clear when the moment EA cut-out Lyndon and Knox in future work, which they did with Lyndon's approval (Knox begrudgingly went along), this same team never worked together, collectively, again - and accordingly, never innovated again in their entire careers to the degree that these two games changed sports simulation games forever. I am forever grateful for having been on this team. Richard Hilleman deserves the most credit for having brought us all together. Had he recognized the importance of the collective parts, I'm sure there would have been many more hit games thereafter. Very kindly, Troy Lyndon
  10. 1 point
    Here's some more awesome retro video game artwork by Rachid Lotf.
  11. 1 point
    Always a bummer when the cpu gets you 2 in the sin bin for something that is completely off screen. Never a fan of playing enabled them for this reason.
  12. 1 point
    too hard to enforce... but yeah the PP is a double-edged sword. In the Vancouver round robin video, I refer to it as the "power kill" because there were so many short-handed goals so on the other hand.. the penalties are pretty random, so the fact it can work out either way is maybe not a bad thing?
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    Home town advantage seems to be a thing, so I think he's got a good chance. But we've got 5 of the 6 finalists all attending, plus AJ and Raph, so it's wide open on the SNES side. Like 7 guys with a shot. EDIT: 8 guys, Jason To (IlivetoNHL94) was 4th in Toronto, but has a large inactivity penalty in the rankings. Sega on the other hand has the KingRaph-AJ duo who are head and shoulders above everyone else, at least in terms of event rating (1200 is perfect, ~1150 is "2nd", so both appear unbeatable by the rest of us. After that there's a kind of rock-paper-scissors thing between myself, corbett, and EA (corbett always beats me, i have had EAs number except he started beating me in exis so who knows now, and I think corbett and EA split games?), so it kind of depends on our routes through the tournament. Clockwise is coming and putting a wrench in the usual results - he's a Blitz champ so he could be anywhere from 1st to 6th! After that, though, I think it's incredibly competitive. Kevin Brennan was I think 5th in Vegas (so maybe I should be listing him in the 2nd tier above). Michael Sroka and Roberto Z made the final 16 in Toronto 2015. Jer just missed the final 16 with a 5-3 record (unfortunately got beaten 3 times by Roberto in the triple elimination! I may have not "cross-polinated" the bracket correctly). Trent Young has beaten both me AND AJ in Saskatoon (single games, not final result). Eric Lefaivre won the Hartford tournament and had a tough group in Vegas so didn't make it to the bracket. So while the right side of these standings may look a little sparse in terms of bolded players, the Sega side is still looking like a great, competitive field. EDIT: Also DPS is pretty good I think. Not sure about Mort. PS: error, it's Mike Norwood (SNESboy) who is coming, not Mike Viske
  14. 1 point
    Relax, it's not like NHL'95 is in there or something.
  15. 1 point
    Got to be a trojan horse of some kind. break it open with a sledgehammer and be ready to kill whatever is hiding inside.
  16. 1 point
    Just let me know when and where to be on Friday night.
  17. 1 point
    SWOS (Sensible World of Soccer) 2020 is coming this December. For those that don't know, it belongs in the pantheon of retro sports titles, right along Tecmo Bowl, NHL'94 and the like. Follow SWOS United on Twitter for updates.
  18. 1 point
    They're back for the 50th anniversary!
  19. 1 point
    We did a live premiere of our edited Genesis broadcast, clipping out the long pauses in between games. We had a good viewership. enjoy and feel free to share this with others. We'll be working on the SNES broadcast next so stay tuned for that! https://www.facebook.com/gbnhl94/videos/527204178034146/
  20. 1 point
    Opps, wrong link: https://russianmachineneverbreaks.com/2019/06/14/the-vancouver-canucks-are-bringing-back-their-black-skate-jerseys-for-their-50th-anniversary/ The Maple Leafs are also having a 53rd commemoration jersey from their last cup in 1967! What logo they're going to use isn't confirmed yet, and they still have some kinks to work out. Looks great so far.
  21. 1 point
    Alright, it was this post that made me think I should make them unheadered. So it's the same to me. Tush easily adds/removes header anyway, so that's no problem.
  22. 1 point
    Ah.. Bummer. Rookie mistake! Pretty sure I fixed checksum on my later hacks. I'm reworking a bunch of my roms and they'll all be unheadered and checksum fixed. Fingers crossed. If there's any interest at all I'll be giving the same treatment to the 2on5 roms... But as I have to make one rom for each damn team, I'm thinking a better idea would be to leave the All-Star teams FULL, combined with the 2on2 rom.. So thay you and a friend easily can play either 2on2 or together against a full team of AI players.. I am not of native English tounge (and very little use of English the last 4-5 years) so I'm sorry if the sentences get a bit messy and hard to understand... *edit: Someone years ago asked for juiced 2on2 so I might just have to make juiced versions as well.. Hmm... xD
  23. 1 point
    For Kiba's NHL95 league we've used Youtube to livestream, but you can also download the full video anytime.
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  25. 1 point
    also: OBS would let you capture the window and crop it and resize the output, so you could record in window-mode if that's easier.
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    OBS Studio, by far the best I've ever used. Pro streamers use it. https://obsproject.com/ It's a little hard to set up in some ways (watch some youtube videos to learn how to use it), but it works well, and you can do a lot of stuff with it However, it isn't useful for editing and stitching multple videos together. It's for live capture/streaming.
  27. 1 point
    I've been trying to get NHL99 running on my PC for nostalgia sake, I used to play as the Nashville Predators and trade for as many local boys as I could. PC version had a function where you could be "in the game", using a scanned image of your face you could create yourself and map your face onto your player. It looked about as good as you would imagine a 3D player with a 2D scanned image for a face should look. Preds alumni and former captain Captain Greg Johnson passed away in July - had many great seasons with Greg as the league scoring champ. He was 48 years old, RIP.
  28. 1 point
    Vancouver Sun Oct. 5 1970 newspaper in my Canucks collection. So old should be behind glass at Rogers Arena. Go Canucks!
  29. 1 point
    Right-click -> Save As You will need a special program to play the game file. It's not a program on its own, it's just the raw game data like on the original cartridge. To play it, follow these instructions: http://nhl94online.com/html/getting-started.php
  30. 1 point
    Having witnessed one of these in person at the LI tournament, I am now on the lookout for a 14"-20+ PVM. Heavy as hell, but there is no better picture. BONUS feature on these is that is has an additional output in the back, which saves the need for a splitter when you want to do a livestream at a tournament.
  31. 1 point
    Congrats bud. I bought a Framemeister years ago when I added an NESRGB board to my NES. RGB made it look like a whole new console. I then bought all the cables for the rest of my systems. Modded my SNES Jr. (only the old SNES outputs RGB without a mod), and was living the life. Then, early last year, I was able to pick up a 20" PVM free from work (looks just like yours). It was in MN, so I packed the living hell out of it and shipped it to myself back in NJ. It's so much more enjoyable to play on there than on the Plasma with my Framemeister. Now, the Framemeister just sits there. It's a sad story for the little guy. Then, a month or so ago, I picked up a 14" PVM for free (well it was broken). Fixed it up and we used it at the tourney. Worked at a museum in Phili last week, they has 2 PVMs and a BVM laying around. I'm not sure if I can take them though. These things went for big money back in the day. Now people just rip you off on eBay selling these. I think PVMs were $2-5k new (depending on size), BVMs (Broadcast Video Monitor) were in the 10k range. The reason they are so much better than a traditional CRT, is the line count and the quality of the tube. A line count on a reg. CRT maybe below 300 lines. On a PVM they are 600-800 lines (depending on the model). And the tubes are made to last a long time. Even playing on a $20 CRT, composite video looks much better than on an LCD.
  32. 1 point
    The original brings back such found memories. I was a teenager when it first came out (damn, I'm old!) and remember playing against my brother and friends. We had some heated matches! It's fun reliving it now-a-days. If memory serves, Naples builds his rom to be more like the 94 version in terms of allocating attributes a certain way. It's a little more "true" to the original version. He also used the sprite patch (which is a design patch, not performance), improved 3 star rating patch and the speed burst modification. Skip's a bit more "up tempo" in how he rates players which, of course, affects how they perform on the ice and from what I gather, he uses player reputation as his guidelines. Slapshot has assisted him with several design upgrades/updates and it always looks fanastic. Both roms are good. I don't think you can go wrong with either... it's all about what flavor you want... Be sure to check out Skip's international tourney rom. It's awesome! If you nephew ever wants to learn more about NHL history, check out the historical roms by @CoachMac. When I met him in NYC, we played some exis on his rom and it was a lot of fun. He has a great approach to how he rates players and allocates attributes as well (you can do a search to learn more). Cheers!
  33. 1 point
    Was a ton of fun playing the game again with my brother tonight. It’s been about 20 years?!! We were pretty rusty but got better fast. My little nephew had a blast. He got to play with his uncle and daddy. He also got better as the night progressed and started to score. I gave my nephew Boston since he likes super villains. My brother chose McJesus and his Oilers. A couple thoughts from playing NHL94 again: • the game was far more pixelated than I remembered (it was a huge TV, though). But I got fairly used to it • for whatever reason, I found the Naples 2018 ROM easier to get the hang of than the Skip ROM. Not sure what the actual difference is between the two other than 75% burst speed on Naples. • regaining the ability to leverage the game’s subtleties and nuances were much tougher than expected. I didn’t score a single pass shot • I learned that I have zero motivation to play the original NHL 94 version, even though it’s what I grew up with. Am just really excited to play with the new team line ups and all the bug fixes and tweaks. We just kept passing on the opportunity to play the original • need to upgrade one of my controllers ASAP and figure out how to get the Y button working for immediate control of the goalie. A mapping issue, probably. • And ... I need to work on my defense.
  34. 1 point
    Seeing how I've grown to become disinterested with the recent NHL outings from EA Sports ("It's Still the Same!"), I had the itch to go back to what I perceive to be the second funnest hockey gaming experience I had next to NHL '94 (on the Sega Genesis of course). I got both NHL '96 and NHL 2002 running on Windows 10, and now I'm in search of any add-ons that may be available for any of the NHL PC games from 1996-2002. Luckily we had an awesome forum member archive a ton of great NHL '95 PC files, so I was hoping that maybe someone out there archived and saved some of the great add-on files that were available to us back in the glory days of hockey gaming on the PC. Funny enough, I actually used to do very detailed NHL rosters dating back to NHL '95 and I eventually wound up with a job in the industry thanks to my attention to detail . If you guys ever had the chance to enjoy the NHL 2K games and appreciated the classic rosters, that was my work You may notice a slight slant in teams that covered the NHL '94 era of teams, and that wasn't any coincidence! I'm hoping there's some underground network of NHL PC gamers who are still lurking out there...
  35. 1 point
    I promised myself I'd never do another ROM project, but I have an idea and would like some feedback from the community. Many of the purists may be thinking that I'm messing with the Mona Lisa of hockey games, but I think an updated version of the game could be a good thing. Before I get started: no I don't think this will replace the original NHL'94 with all it's beautiful flaws. That's not the big idea. This would just be a twist on the original that could freshen up the game and be a lot of fun to play. Some of the adjustments / corrections to be considered: Player ratings predicated on member feedback. This would make this ROM edit more of a community project. Correct, expanded, post-trade-deadline rosters, including players who were not in the original game but should have been. Correct the uniforms with the help of my sprite patch: ECA/WCA, SJS, PHI, MTL, CHI & FLA, just as an example, are way off. This might not bother some people, but I'd like the uniforms to be as accurate as possible. My sprite patch makes this possible. Improved center ice logos Improved team-menu logos Improved splash screens, maybe. I feel it may be best to leave these alone, unless I can find the original splash screen photo and remake it for TM. Player card photo for every forward, defenseman and goalie. Updated net. Weight bug fix(?) Assist bug fix Separate (Y) button for goalie control patch (holding B still works, for those who've never played a ROM with this patch) Swap goal siren and end-of-period horn. I also feel like the banners and font can be improved but shouldn't be messed with. That's all for now. The reason why I haven't added a poll is because I like some feedback as to whether the brain trust, here, thinks this is a good idea, and if I were to start this, what exactly would everyone like changed. Really want to here from the established members of the community as well if it seems like a worthwhile endeavor, because ultimately the community will be playing the game.
  36. 1 point
    New here. My love stretches way back for NHL 94 and hockey in general. NHL 93 and 94 shaped me as a person. Allow me to explain in weird bullet points: • I fell in love with hockey and started playing NHL 93 as the age of 12. • As a kid I played roller hockey (not much ice hockey in Kentucky lol) and carried a puck around in my pocket. Weird.... • NHL 94 came out and I was obsessed. I still say it's the best sports game ever made (NBA Jam and NFL 2k5 are runners up!) • I taped over my 5th grade talent show VHS with the 94 Stanley Cup Finals. Guess who beat my a**... my mom lol. • I grew up and finally started playing ice hockey. Became a coach and dabbled in reffing. I cannot wait to rekindle my love with this game! I'd be happy to get my ass kicked by you all sometime!
  37. 1 point
    Improved Classic Versions! NHL'93classic.bin NHL'94classic.bin Stick Tape and Eye Patch Applied. Player cards for all starters. PRO SET Scoreboard and 3-Stars Sponsor. Music matched to appropriate teams. All Sim/Team Data set to reflect Actual Regular Season Points and Statistics. All player data reflects Actual Year Statistics. Classic plus the Greatest Teams from the Original 6 Era! NHLclassic+6.bin 1953 Bruins (Lost Final to Montreal.) ( Milt Schmidt, Jim Henry, Fleming MacKell) 1961 Blackhawks (Won Stanley Cup.) (Stan Mikita, Bobby Hull, Glenn Hall, Pierre Pilote) 1952 Red Wings (Won Stanley Cup. 100 Points. 8-0 in Playoffs.) (Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay, Red Kelly, Terry Sawchuk) 1956 Canadiens (Won Stanley Cup. 100 Points. First of 5 straight Cups.) (Rocket Richard, Jean Beliveau, Doug Harvey, Jacques Plante) 1958 Rangers (Finished 2nd in Regular Season.) (Andy Bathgate, Gump Worsley, Bill Gadsby) 1962 Maple Leafs (Won Stanley Cup. First of 3 straight Cups.) (Dave Keon, Tim Horton, Frank Mahovlich, Johnny Bower) Classic plus the Greatest Teams from the 1970's! NHLclassic+69-73.bin NHLclassic+75-78.bin Montreal 1977 (Won Stanley Cup, Most Wins and Points in Regular Season/ Lafleur, Robinson, Lemaire, Savard, Dryden, Shutt) Boston 1972 (Won Stanley Cup/Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito, Johnny Bucyk) Philadelphia 1975 (Won Stanley Cup/ Bobby Clarke and Bernie Parent plus the Broad Street Bullies) Montreal 1969 (Won Stanley Cup/ Beliveau and Cournoyer) Chicago 1971 (Lost to Montreal in the Final/Mikita, Bobby and Dennis Hull, Keith Magnuson, and Tony Esposito) New York Rangers 1972 (Lost to Boston in the Final/GAG Line Ratelle, Hadfield, and Gilbert plus Brad Park) Buffalo Sabres 1975 (Lost to Philly in the Final/The French Connection Perrault, Martin, and Robert) Boston 1978 (Lost Final to Montreal/ Don Cherry and Terry O'Reilly) Toronto 1978 (Lost Semi-Final to Montreal/ Sittler, McDonald, Salming, and Palmateer) St. Louis 1969 (Lost Final to Montreal/ Red Berenson and Jacques Plante) Atlanta Flames 1973 (Expansion Season) Atlanta Flames 1977 Classic plus the Greatest Teams of the 1980's! NHLclassic+81-85.bin NHLclassic+86-91.bin 1984 Edmonton Oilers (Won Stanley Cup Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, Coffey, Fuhr) 1982 New York Islanders (Won Stanley Cup Bossy, Billy Smith, Trottier, Potvin, and Gillies) 1989 Calgary Flames (Won Stanley Cup Mullen, MacInnis, Loob, Nieuwendyk, Suter, Vernon, Gilmour) 1986 Montreal Canadiens (Won Stanley Cup Patrick Roy, Robinson, Chelios, Bobby Smith, Mats Naslund) 1991 Pittsburgh Penguins (Won Stanley Cup/ Lemieux, Recchi, and Coffey) 1988 Edmonton Oilers (Won Stanley Cup/ Gretzky, Messier, Kurri, and Fuhr) 1987 Philadelphia Flyers (Lost to Edmonton in the Finals Hextall, Mark Howe, and Tim Kerr) 1988 Boston Bruins (Lost to Edmonton in the Final Neely, Janney, Bourque) 1981 Minnesota North Stars (Lost Final to Islanders/ Ciccarelli and Bobby Smith) 1981 LA Kings (103 Point Regular Season/Triple Crown Line) 1982 Vancouver Canucks (Lost Final to Islanders/Spirit, Hitting, and Fighting) 1985 Philadelphia Flyers (Lost to Edmonton in Final/ Lindbergh, Howe, Poulin, and Propp) Classic plus the 1980 Miracle Teams from Lake Placid and the 1972 Summit Series Teams! NHLclassic+usa.bin 1980 USA (Won the Gold Medal highlighted by a 4-3 victory over the USSR) 1980 USSR (Silver Medal) 1972 Canada (Won the Summit Series 4-3-1 by winning the last 3 games all on the road in Russia) 1972 USSR (Lost Summit Series 3-4-1) 2v2'Slapshot.bin Classic 2v2 Rom All Advantages equal. Bonus Disabled. 20 minute Overtime. Charlestown Chiefs (Hanson Brothers and Dennis Lemieux) Syracuse Bulldogs (Ogie Oglethorpe, Tim McCracken, Clarence Swamptown, Tommy Hanrahan) All-Stars '94 (Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux, Ray Bourque, Patrick Roy) Enforcers '94 (Bob Probert, Marty McSorley, Tie Domi, Ron Hextall) Gene Carr is the Host. Old Fashioned Root Beer is the Sponsor. (Hanson Brothers Favorite!) Brass Bonanza is Intro Music and All Teams Face off Music. Stick tape and Eye Patch applied.
  38. 1 point
    There are several topics on this awesome game. Example: I started on a project to generate rosters for the game from real statistics and an NHL18 excel spreadsheet, never finished it up for release though:
  39. 1 point
    Why would I want to play one of the worst games in history, all the way through a full season?
  40. 1 point
    Here are NHL Hockey rosters in spreadsheet. Strange thing, Andre Faust had endurance as 390, I changed it to 75 (no idea what right value should be). Also, check Jarrod Skalde's attributes... did not know that he was so good NHL Hockey rosters.xlsx
  41. 1 point
    Interesting, thanks for sharing, 77. i didn't know you do hacked roms for kunio-kun hockey, now i wish someone made a hack that adds a cpu.vs.cpu mode
  42. 1 point
    The center ice logos were based off of the real logos and location of the center ice logo. I got a few GMs and a few 5 and GMs for Checking from behind Sometimes, intentional and sometimes accidental. NHL Hockey PC had more players. Pretty much every player that played in 92-93 is in the game, NHL Hockey PC only had 4 discs. I first saw this game at a local computer shop. The employee was playing it. I thought it was so awesome. When I did get it. It didn't work. I had to get a friend to fix some settings to get it to work. The manual also includes the Player and Goalie info and stats from the Official NHL Guide and Record Book for 1993. I still have it.
  43. 1 point
    I use OpenEmu and wanted nice box art so I made this. There's the PSD as well in case anyone wants to edit the year, image, etc, later.. NHL 94 2019.psd
  44. 1 point
    i did a hacked version long long time ago... right when the english translation patch came out... NorthtownHockey.nes
  45. 1 point
    I miss the days of hockey gaming when it was 2K vs EA. The biggest asset to EA was the PC game modding. The only reason the community was so much bigger was due to that. I honestly feel that if 2K sports made a PC port, that it would probably have forced EA to push the "next gen" version (in 2008) to PC. But they had no competition so they left PC gamers with a dead-ass version after 2005. I used to mod the crap out of those games. Sometimes when I feel the urge, I'll whip something up for NHL 2001 and throw it in for fun just to see if I've still got the skills.
  46. 1 point
    Modding old games on a Mac is an uphill battle. No one used macs back when a lot of this stuff was created. It's not anyone's fault that you can't get Windows programs to run on your Mac, just like you can't play a SNES game on a Genesis. If you're not the type to solve these issues by researching, experimenting, or asking clear questions, then you're much better off just getting a cheap Windows computer, because from our perspective you're just complaining rather than trying to solve your problem. Start saving up or put it on your Christmas list.
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    Get it here: http://www.oldgames.sk/download.php?filedownload=8637(STIAHNUŤ=DOWNLOAD). Preinstalled, in English. NHL 94: http://www.oldgames.sk/download.php?filedownload=2876 Only one download allowed in 2 minutes, so wait after you finish the first one.
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    Offset D50B6 and now: 98 7F = ice color. BD 7F = center area of the lights reflection and nets / glasses seams BA 7F = lights reflection and shades of the glass at the bottom of the rink / ice in the referee window 7B 6F = menu frame, letters (menu, team abbreviations, time, players...), part of the goal posts, face off spots, thin white lines surrounding red lines, circles and semi-circles around the goals 00 00 = do not edit, almost all black used in the arena, audience, menus D6 5A = rink boards, upper area AD 35 and 29 25 = do not edit DB 5A = thin lines surrounding red lines, face off spots (four pixels) 5F 4A = red lines and circles, referee's faces 3B 35 = red lines, circles and face off spots, referee's faces 4D 6E = blue lines, star indicators, centre of the puck DB 12 = boards (bottom area) and „walls“ behind the benches D2 7E = blue lines, star indicators, crease, GOAL font (in the box with a scoring player and assists) 84 10 = do not edit 72 7F = blue lines, star indicators, crease "Do not edit" values and other values behind 72 7F are values for referee's uniform, menu background, audience or for the graphics I did not spot. If you want to alter colors of the original graphics and my description is not good enough, alter the original values to 00 00 (black color) and you will have an idea what graphics are affected by the values above.
  49. 1 point
    I hang out with Rob Ray on a regular basis. He is my best friend's next door neighbor.
  50. 1 point
    It never works when I tell them I'm a 2 time 2on2 champion