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What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« on: November 25, 2017, 04:10:01 pm »
Recently achieved Daytona USA working on my twin cab (2 PCs emulating model 2). So now I'm excited to run around and find all the racing games that support local multiplayer. I'd prefer to stick to arcade so anyone can just sit down and play without having to navigate menus but there might be a couple of PC games I put on there in the end. Second priority is force feedback.

What I have heard of working so far is Sega Rally, Virtua Racing, Mario Kart DD. Any other suggestions?

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2017, 06:10:26 pm »
Outrun 2006: Coast 2 Coast is a definite must for multiplayer. The original PC version of Sega Rally 2 supports LAN (but I've never been able to get it working myself). Chase HQ 2 also works (again haven't been able to get it working myself, Boomslang mentioned awhile back how to do it, but I never got around to trying his solution). Sega Rally 3 using Teknoparrot can also be linked up and I think Initial D 6 can as well. Virtua Racing and Virtua Formula are linkable in MAME, as are Outrunners, F1 Super Lap and Rad Rally.

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2017, 12:29:06 am »
Outrun 2006: Coast 2 Coast is a definite must for multiplayer. The original PC version of Sega Rally 2 supports LAN (but I've never been able to get it working myself). Chase HQ 2 also works (again haven't been able to get it working myself, Boomslang mentioned awhile back how to do it, but I never got around to trying his solution). Sega Rally 3 using Teknoparrot can also be linked up and I think Initial D 6 can as well. Virtua Racing and Virtua Formula are linkable in MAME, as are Outrunners, F1 Super Lap and Rad Rally.

all of those. Sadly i can't get SR3 working still.

Also Grid, Dirt 3, and a few others.

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #3 on: January 31, 2018, 07:50:01 am »
Hi,

I'm new around here, but here are a few LAN racing games that we play (both PC and emulation):

  NASCAR Racing 2003
  Grand Prix Legends
  GT Legends
  Viper Racing
  Game Stock Car Extreme
  Grid
  Dirt 3
  Outrun 2006
  Virtua Racing
  Virtua Formula
  Daytona (the original)
  Assetto Corsa (I think we tried this, but my PCs were too slow to play it well)
  rFactor
 
There are probably more - but that's all I can think of at the moment.  Hope that helps,
-Don 
 


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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #4 on: January 31, 2018, 11:12:56 am »
I have a strict obsession to only run arcade titles on my 4 player setup, so I'm not sure about any PC games.. but here we go!

My current setup:
  • Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 (1-4p)
  • Mario Kart Arcade GP DX (1-4p)
  • Daytona 3 (1-4p)
  • Sega Racing Classic (1-4p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 6 (1-2p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 7 (1-2p)
  • Wacky Races (1-4p)
  • Chase HQ 2 (1-2p)
  • Ford Racing Full Blown (1-4p)
  • Sega Rally 3 (1-4p)

Games I've heard of but don't currently have setup:
  • Anything from model 2 emulator - Not generally interested at this time.
  • Dead Heat - Haven't seen many confirmed cases of networking functional, and haven't seen how to adjust controls to a wheel.
  • A few networkable titles from MAME (Virtua Racing?) - Also not interested much here.
  • Road Fighters 3D - I don't think anyone has networking functional on this yet.
  • Battle Gear 4 Tuned - I'll probably set this up soon, sounds like everything works fine.
  • Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing Arcade - Pretty broken right now. Can't fix controls and networking is not functional at this time.
  • Valve Limit R - Quite possibly the worst arcade racer ever made, so I won't be setting it up. But supposedly everything works ok.

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #5 on: February 03, 2018, 10:52:22 am »
I have a strict obsession to only run arcade titles on my 4 player setup, so I'm not sure about any PC games.. but here we go!

My current setup:
  • Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 (1-4p)
  • Mario Kart Arcade GP DX (1-4p)
  • Daytona 3 (1-4p)
  • Sega Racing Classic (1-4p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 6 (1-2p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 7 (1-2p)
  • Wacky Races (1-4p)
  • Chase HQ 2 (1-2p)
  • Ford Racing Full Blown (1-4p)
  • Sega Rally 3 (1-4p)


Hi Stooz,
I see some suprises amongst your titles, which I would also like to try on my TWIN cab via local LAN:
* Initial D Arcade Stage 7 : I'm currently running Arcade Stage 6, because I thought that Stage 7 was not yet working on LAN ? (i have latest TP version)
* Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 : can you explain a little how you  run this?  Seems interesting.
* Sega Rally 3 : how far are we with LAN support ? I couldn't get it to work. Do you still need webcams attached for it to work? Does it still need to be in 192.168.0 ? (because i'm running 192.168.1.*)

Thanks
Patrick

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2018, 11:06:05 pm »
I have a strict obsession to only run arcade titles on my 4 player setup, so I'm not sure about any PC games.. but here we go!

My current setup:
  • Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 (1-4p)
  • Mario Kart Arcade GP DX (1-4p)
  • Daytona 3 (1-4p)
  • Sega Racing Classic (1-4p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 6 (1-2p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 7 (1-2p)
  • Wacky Races (1-4p)
  • Chase HQ 2 (1-2p)
  • Ford Racing Full Blown (1-4p)
  • Sega Rally 3 (1-4p)


Hi Stooz,
I see some suprises amongst your titles, which I would also like to try on my TWIN cab via local LAN:
* Initial D Arcade Stage 7 : I'm currently running Arcade Stage 6, because I thought that Stage 7 was not yet working on LAN ? (i have latest TP version)
* Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 : can you explain a little how you  run this?  Seems interesting.
* Sega Rally 3 : how far are we with LAN support ? I couldn't get it to work. Do you still need webcams attached for it to work? Does it still need to be in 192.168.0 ? (because i'm running 192.168.1.*)

Thanks
Patrick

Hey man.

I think ID7 local link is actually broken right now, but WAS working. Hopefully fix next version/soon.

Wangan 4 is a MESS. You'll need to follow some hardcore guides and posts from community from other sites to get running. It's one of the more difficult setups, isn't super stable, and requires Linux machines + Nvidia GPUs. For me personally, I have dual boot between Win10 and Ubuntu 16.04. It CANNOT be run in a VM.

Sega Rally 3 works fine, just confirmed myself again this evening with TP 1.34. All you have to do is set the Cab ID for each machine in ShellData folder. I think there might be something goofy with IP ranges (SEGA seems to like specific IP ranges on their arcade games...). Personally, my 4 machines are 192.168.1.2, 192.168.1.3, 192.168.1.4, 192.168.1.5

These values will work perfect for SR3 and Daytona 3.

Good luck!

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2018, 11:26:54 am »
Sega Rally 3 works fine.
Daytona 3 is hanging on power-on network... sometimes it says "good" on both cabs, but than it looses the connection again. It never continues into the game. I changed IP's of my cabs to 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.3.
I read in the other thread that webcams are needed before LAN is working. Stooz, can you please confirm this with your setup? It seems you are running Win10. Do you need webcams to make LAN work on Daytona 3? I do not have any webcams here to test...

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #8 on: February 06, 2018, 11:44:42 am »
I have a strict obsession to only run arcade titles on my 4 player setup, so I'm not sure about any PC games.. but here we go!

My current setup:
  • Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 (1-4p)
  • Mario Kart Arcade GP DX (1-4p)
  • Daytona 3 (1-4p)
  • Sega Racing Classic (1-4p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 6 (1-2p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 7 (1-2p)
  • Wacky Races (1-4p)
  • Chase HQ 2 (1-2p)
  • Ford Racing Full Blown (1-4p)
  • Sega Rally 3 (1-4p)


Hi Stooz,
I see some suprises amongst your titles, which I would also like to try on my TWIN cab via local LAN:
* Initial D Arcade Stage 7 : I'm currently running Arcade Stage 6, because I thought that Stage 7 was not yet working on LAN ? (i have latest TP version)
* Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 : can you explain a little how you  run this?  Seems interesting.
* Sega Rally 3 : how far are we with LAN support ? I couldn't get it to work. Do you still need webcams attached for it to work? Does it still need to be in 192.168.0 ? (because i'm running 192.168.1.*)

Thanks
Patrick

Hey man.

I think ID7 local link is actually broken right now, but WAS working. Hopefully fix next version/soon.

Wangan 4 is a MESS. You'll need to follow some hardcore guides and posts from community from other sites to get running. It's one of the more difficult setups, isn't super stable, and requires Linux machines + Nvidia GPUs. For me personally, I have dual boot between Win10 and Ubuntu 16.04. It CANNOT be run in a VM.

Sega Rally 3 works fine, just confirmed myself again this evening with TP 1.34. All you have to do is set the Cab ID for each machine in ShellData folder. I think there might be something goofy with IP ranges (SEGA seems to like specific IP ranges on their arcade games...). Personally, my 4 machines are 192.168.1.2, 192.168.1.3, 192.168.1.4, 192.168.1.5

These values will work perfect for SR3 and Daytona 3.

Good luck!


Hey I didn't think Ford Racing network was supported yet, how do you get that running?  I am using TeknoParrot to launch the game.

SR3 works fine for me.  Not tried Daytona 3 yet, I have the files but need to invest time into understanding the setup as from the threads on here it looks a bit complex (?) maybe not...

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #9 on: February 06, 2018, 03:50:31 pm »
Sega Rally 3 works fine.
Daytona 3 is hanging on power-on network... sometimes it says "good" on both cabs, but than it looses the connection again. It never continues into the game. I changed IP's of my cabs to 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.3.
I read in the other thread that webcams are needed before LAN is working. Stooz, can you please confirm this with your setup? It seems you are running Win10. Do you need webcams to make LAN work on Daytona 3? I do not have any webcams here to test...

I have tried a million times to run without webcams on Win10, but seems to need them. I actually do have 4 webcams (although the image is sadly rotated funny).

Others have stated you can use ManyCam to setup a virtual cam (appears as a still picture in game) as well, but since I use real cams, I can't comment on that.

There is one claim so far of Win7 being able to LAN without any cams at all. But as far as I know, no one else has confirmed.

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #10 on: February 07, 2018, 11:42:34 am »
I have a strict obsession to only run arcade titles on my 4 player setup, so I'm not sure about any PC games.. but here we go!

My current setup:
  • Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 (1-4p)
  • Mario Kart Arcade GP DX (1-4p)
  • Daytona 3 (1-4p)
  • Sega Racing Classic (1-4p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 6 (1-2p)
  • Initial D Arcade Stage 7 (1-2p)
  • Wacky Races (1-4p)
  • Chase HQ 2 (1-2p)
  • Ford Racing Full Blown (1-4p)
  • Sega Rally 3 (1-4p)


Hi Stooz,
I see some suprises amongst your titles, which I would also like to try on my TWIN cab via local LAN:
* Initial D Arcade Stage 7 : I'm currently running Arcade Stage 6, because I thought that Stage 7 was not yet working on LAN ? (i have latest TP version)
* Wangan Midnight Maximum Tune 4 : can you explain a little how you  run this?  Seems interesting.
* Sega Rally 3 : how far are we with LAN support ? I couldn't get it to work. Do you still need webcams attached for it to work? Does it still need to be in 192.168.0 ? (because i'm running 192.168.1.*)

Thanks
Patrick

Hey man.

I think ID7 local link is actually broken right now, but WAS working. Hopefully fix next version/soon.

Wangan 4 is a MESS. You'll need to follow some hardcore guides and posts from community from other sites to get running. It's one of the more difficult setups, isn't super stable, and requires Linux machines + Nvidia GPUs. For me personally, I have dual boot between Win10 and Ubuntu 16.04. It CANNOT be run in a VM.

Sega Rally 3 works fine, just confirmed myself again this evening with TP 1.34. All you have to do is set the Cab ID for each machine in ShellData folder. I think there might be something goofy with IP ranges (SEGA seems to like specific IP ranges on their arcade games...). Personally, my 4 machines are 192.168.1.2, 192.168.1.3, 192.168.1.4, 192.168.1.5

These values will work perfect for SR3 and Daytona 3.

Good luck!


Hey I didn't think Ford Racing network was supported yet, how do you get that running?  I am using TeknoParrot to launch the game.

SR3 works fine for me.  Not tried Daytona 3 yet, I have the files but need to invest time into understanding the setup as from the threads on here it looks a bit complex (?) maybe not...

Hi, Ford network works ok. I think you just need to change Cabinet # in one of the config files, I think inside the "data" folder. I'm not sure if there is another IP restriction, but after that it should load ok.

I just tested now to confirm, and have several players entering a race no problem.

Currently, however, the brakes do not work, so I don't play very much. It's been a long running issue, hopefully fixed someday. :)

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #11 on: February 08, 2018, 02:50:11 am »
Hi,
I can confirm that Daytona 3 is working in LAN, by installing a virtual cam software.
I installed the free "Splitcam". I just needed to install it, without any configuration. Just install and let it run in its tray icon on both my cabs. (this evening I'm going to see if it even needs to run, maybe it's enough to install it without needing it to run)

After that, I put the IP of the master cab to 192.168.1.3 & the slave cab to 192.168.1.4. Than LAN link works fine.
It did NOT work when my master cab was 192.168.1.2! For some reason it seems the IP need to start from .3 at the end.

The IP address change can be scripted with autohotkey before launching the game and afterwards you can script it to put it back like before, so this shouldn't be a problem.

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #12 on: June 09, 2018, 08:10:08 am »
Gday ppl i just started trying to network so far i just have model2 games networked struggling with model3 and teknoparrot is new to me hoping i can get a few more working plus the struggle to find arcade dumps like chase hq guess i was just too late

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Re: What local multiplayer games do you play on your racing set up?
« Reply #13 on: June 11, 2018, 12:05:23 pm »
Gday ppl i just started trying to network so far i just have model2 games networked struggling with model3 and teknoparrot is new to me hoping i can get a few more working plus the struggle to find arcade dumps like chase hq guess i was just too late

FYI, Model 3 network doesn't work properly yet. Some games are now linkable, but due to the way in which you have to set the link up, it's impossible to run them fullspeed.

  
 

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