In addition to being into playing PC games, I am also into classic laserdisc arcade games (such as Dragon's Lair). See my web site at Laserdiscs and laserdisc players are becoming more obsolete every day and for a while I have felt that with enough work and research, one could replace a laserdisc player with a PC using the PC's parallel port. This video represents my first step at making this happen. Details: Laserdisc player being spoofed: Pioneer LD-V1000 Interface: PC parallel port connected via cable to dragon's lair motherboard PC specs: AMD Athlon 800 (yes, it's old.
Free Rome Total War Cracks here. I tried an AMD64 2800+ and it failed) OS: Ubuntu Linux v9.04 (Jaunty) running in console mode Cable: custom cable soldered by my wife and I Arcade hardware: original Dragon's Lair machine from 1983.
We lcome to theFirst Ever MultipleArcade Laserdisc Emulator! It's a program that lets one play the original versions of many laserdisc arcade games on one's PC. RetroPie-Setup - Shell script to set up a Raspberry Pi/Odroid/PC with RetroArch emulator and various cores. The first laserdisc game was released in 1982. Laserdisc games function much like interactive fiction where you choose your own story and the video adapts to the path you choose to take.