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dreamGEAR My Arcade Retro Arcade Machine X

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dreamGEAR My Arcade Retro Arcade Machine X

Developers: Various
Publishers: dreamGEAR
Platforms: Unlicensed NES, VT368, Plug & Play
Released in US: 2016

CodeIcon.png This game has unused code.
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A tabletop arcade machine with 300 built-in games, including advanced ROM hacks of NES/Famicom games running on VT368 hardware.

Unused 200-in-1 Menu


For whatever reason, the entirety of the dreamGEAR My Arcade Retroplay Controller (also sold as the My Arcade Retro Machine, the predecessor to this console) is in the data, from address 02000000 to 02800000. However, two bytes were altered, making it only load F-22 instead. With the data extracted, at addresses 08000C-08000D, replacing 81 and E7 with C9 and EB will allow the menu to run. Roughly 150 games present here are unused and inaccessible in the main 300-in-1 menu.

Unused Triple


An unused variant of Tetris (Nice Code) found at address 07F1C000.

Pac-Man and Ms. Pac-Man Data

Data for several VT368 hacks not accessible in the menu are present in the code, seemingly of games too popular for My Arcade to risk s̶t̶e̶a̶l̶i̶n̶g̶ featuring on this machine. Two confirmed games are "Eat Bean" and "Ms. Power-Ball", hacks of Pac-Man and (Tengen's) Ms. Pac-Man, respectively, as there is readable text belonging to them.