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STREET FIGHTER APHA 3 NVRAM EEPROM FILE FOR TITLE SCREEN

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Hi All,

Does anyone have the eeprom/nvram file for Street fighter Alpha 3 that has the light blue title screen unlocked?

Originally on arcade you had to leave the machine running for 5 weeks approximately to activate this screen. There are 5 different colour screens, this being the last one.  A different colour activating every week.

There are also codes to enter in the input test menu but you have to do them quickly, I haven't mastered them yet.

The full explanation is here http://streetfighter.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_cheats/codes

thanks in advance

 

bman

 

 

 

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fast forward the game so long that it thinks its been running for 5 weeks

 

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Hi Thanks for your fast reply, I have tried this over a weekend and I did not get any colour change, have you got this method to work?>

thanks

 

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Not sure if this is what you are talking about or not but if you have the cheats file and enabled you can access the cheat menu and it has this:

 

2018-05-21 20_53_54-MAME_ Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Hispanic 980904) [sfa3h].png

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6 minutes ago, bman83 said:

Hi Thanks for your fast reply, I have tried this over a weekend and I did not get any colour change, have you got this method to work?>

thanks

 

lol I was totally joking but that takes dedication right there

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Hi Yes this is what I am looking for, I am running mameui 0.149, how do I get to this screen, is there a tutorial for using cheats you can direct me to?

 

thanks soo much

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I don't know about for that specific version but for me it was get the cheat.zip file and put it in the \Mame\cheat\ folder and then enable  cheat in the mame.ini file under the # CORE MISC OPTIONS section. Once that was done pressing Tab to bring up the Mame menu has a Cheat section added to it.

I'm using Mame 194.

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Hi Again,

Thanks for that fix I will try after work and see how she goes

cheers

 

 

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