(Topic ID: 219768)

What game has the most complete code?


By JediPimp

2 years ago



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  • 9 posts
  • 9 Pinsiders participating
  • Latest reply 2 years ago by Rickwh
  • Topic is favorited by 1 Pinsider

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    Topic poll

    “What game has the most complete code?”

    • Medieval Madness 5 votes
      7%
    • Attack from Mars 5 votes
      7%
    • Twilight Zone 4 votes
      5%
    • Monster Bash 1 vote
      1%
    • Lord of the Rings 7 votes
      9%
    • Metallica 5 votes
      7%
    • Iron Maiden 3 votes
      4%
    • Dialed In 4 votes
      5%
    • AC/DC 1 vote
      1%
    • Indiana Jones (Williams) 8 votes
      11%
    • Adams Family 1 vote
      1%
    • Star Trek (Stern) 0 votes
    • Star Trek: The Next Generation 2 votes
      3%
    • Tales of the Arabian Nights 0 votes
    • Wizard of Oz 6 votes
      8%
    • Spider Man 2 votes
      3%
    • Theatre of Magic 0 votes
    • The Simpsons Pinball Party 11 votes
      15%
    • The Walking Dead 8 votes
      11%
    • TRON 1 vote
      1%

    (Multiple choice - 74 votes by 49 Pinsiders)

    #1 2 years ago

    Which game in your opinion in the pinside top 100 has the most complete code?

    What I mean is that the code is relatively free of bugs, had good rules with makes use of the whole table, and has a complete wizard mode that can "finish" the game?

    See poll for choices or comment for anything else?

    #2 2 years ago

    TSPP those roms are packed full.

    #4 2 years ago

    Every single EM ever built

    #6 2 years ago

    Some games are way more ambitious than others. Hard to judge. Some could be "complete" with far less complexity because that is all that was aimed for.

    #7 2 years ago

    LOTR, TWD, TSPP, SM & IJ all have awesome code, packed full of modes and features.

    #8 2 years ago

    ...which is a shame, really.

    #9 2 years ago

    Met and tspp. Although im not sure tspp qualifies as you said you want to have a well defined wizard mode to "complete the game". Tspp has several unobtanium wizard modes. Im not sure if theres a reward for doing all of them?

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