Irem Arcade Hits
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18 classic games in one - hundred hours of gameplay and fun!
Bringing together 18 of the biggest arcade hits from the 80’s and 90’s, the famous pack IREM Arcade Hits is now available. With an explosive, fast-paced mix of adventures, fights, bosses to destroy, and mysteries to solve, it brings you back to the good old arcade days!
Shooting, adventure, fighting... This compilation is full of masterpieces including:
- Air Duel
- Battle Chopper / Mr Heli
- Blade Master
- Cosmic Cop
- Dragon Breed
- Gunforce 2
- Hammerin' Harry
- Image Fight
- In The Hunt
- Kung-Fu Master
- Legend of Hero Tonma
- Mystic Riders
- Ninja Spirit
- R-Type Leo
- Superior Soldiers
- Undercover Cops
If you like retro games have a look to our other OS X games :
-> Raptor Call of the Shadows
-> Nicky Boom
-> Nicky Boom 2
-> Krypton Egg
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What's New in Version 2.0
Major bugs fix.
New main menu with fullscreen mode.
Allows to play with 2 joysticks.
Wonderful compilation, almost perfect emulation.
I was initially hesitant to purchase this becase of the less than stellar reviews many people many people here have written, but I finally broke down and purchased the Irem Hits on sale at $2.99 usd. I'm glad I did! The collection of games is wonderful - the majority of them very playable, challenging and just flat out fun. The ONLY issue I have is that there is a slight skipping in the sound emulation, though to be honest it is not really that distracting.
Just to reiterate, great games and a great overall package. Even at $9.99.
Oh... and my system - a 2010 Mac Mini running 10.6.8, 4 gigs of RAM, 2.4 gig duo core and Nvidia 320M. I've never had a problem running the game!
Needs some tweaking with the graphics, but excellent otherwise
The graphics are spot-on, as well as game play and sound. I was totally blown away. My only recommendation to the manufacturer is this: in "Vigilante" you do not see the entire background in Round Two of the game. When the splash screen for the same game comes up, you get to see the title of the game but not the picture of New York City in the background. These are visible in the original arcade version. Just minor tweaks, but other than that it is a magnificent translation. Impressive! :)
Great value, joystick support needs some work
R-Type Leo alone is worth the price of admission (Irem, please release the other r-type games!) but the joystick support still needs some work. Dual shock 3 (PS3) controller works with no special setup via USB, *but* there's no way to configure the d-pad or callibrate the analog sticks, which means I am (and probably others will be) unable to get reliable directional control with an analog joystick. (Keyboard controls are surprisingly workable while we wait for better joystick support though.)