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Sega Master System Version

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Get the Sega Master System Ghostbusters game plus its emulator to run it on your computer. DOS emulator. Works in Windows 9x.

NOTES:

The game file itself (the .sms file) is common to all the platforms


For other platform (MacOS, Unix, DOS...) emulator check Zophar Domain.

 

Setup Help

  • Emulator provided:

Massage 0.8 for DOS Works in a DOS BOX under Win9x

  • System Requirements:

Required

486 100 / 8 MB Ram
DOS4GW.exe file. Get it here

Reccomended :

Pentium 100 + / Sound Blaster Compatible Sound Card / Joypad-Joystick / FAST Video Card VESA 2.0 Extensions

Instructions:

 

  1. Unzip the Archive file contaning the Emulator in a new Directory
  2. Unzip the Archive file contaning the game (gbgame.sms) in a Directory.
  3. Run the emulator. by typing "massage".
  4. Choose byu browsing the game file ( ghostbus.sms)
  5. By Pressing F1 you get the options screen where you can configure the emulator for your system.
  6. You can save and load your position by specify a file name and the correct shortcut key. DOS ONLY SUPPORTS 8 LETTERS FOR FILE NAMES ( ex: 01234567.dat)

Emulator's Keys

Escape - Reset

Space - Pause on Master System, or Start on the Game Gear.

Alt - Button 1 (Player 1).

Ctrl - Button 2 (Player 1).

Cursor Keys - Up, down, left and right. (Player 1).

 

SOUND IN DOS EMULATORS NOTE:

For DOS EMULATOR you should ALWAYS check for the SET BLASTER envirnment setting string in you autoexec.bat.
Proceed as follow :

Type "SET" at the DOS prompt. If the Set BLASTER string is not listed add it just type "SET BLASTER=Axxx Iy Dz T4" where xxx is the Soundcard base addrees (normally 220) , y is the Soundcard IRQ address (normally 5 or 7) and z is your Soundcard DMA address (normally 1). To know them you can check the settings in the Control Panel of Win9x by giving the CONTROL PANEL/SYSTEM/DEVICE MANAGER command, choose your Soundcard and clicking PROPRITIES/RESOURCES. A good idea is to add the string to the AUTOEXEC.BAT. Just run Notepad (and NOT WORD WORDPAD OR ANY OTHER WORD PROCESSORS) open autoexec.bat (located in c:\) and add the "Set..." somewhere. Restart the computer. Once that done you will not need to check for the string again.

This imply that you have a Soundblaster compatible sound card. Some emulators adds support for the Gravis Ultrasound Card in which case the Set Blaster command is not important for the use of the emulator

This does not apply for emulaots which offer nativesupport for other soundcards such the Gravis Ultrasound or Ensoniq Soundscape....

VESA 2.0

The VESA 2.0 Extentions are a set of functions in your Video Card BIOS that permits to reach diffrent Video modes and resolutions ( such 320x240 ,400x300 or 512x384 (also supported by DirectDraw) and , most important a better memory management. (eg The Linear Frame Buffer). This lead to a BIG Performance Increase.Your Video Card may come with such exetentions built in the BIOS ( all the MAXTROX Cards like the Mystique do) but in case it don't ,which is in the 90% of odds, you can use a software to adds them. The best software to do so is Scitech Display Doctor (aka Univbe) This Software once installed adds all the Vesa Extensions ( up to v 3.0 nowdays). for Windows 9x and/or DOS

 

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