GTI Club: Supermini Festa

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by uncletom » October 14th, 2012, 9:21 am

Hi guys.

Would some of you who speak italian please tell me what this guy is talking about? It sounds so cool but I just don't understand one word of it.

http://www.hasntfiguredouthowtoembedyoutubeproperly.com/watch?v=S8pi8IL5 ... 6_i0iRRJEY

Thank you very much.

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by PrincessPrinPrin » October 14th, 2012, 10:44 pm

:problem:

Ancora una volta i piloti sono riuniti per una corsa automobilistica mozzafiato.
È una corsa rischiosa sull'autostrada pubblica e nessuno sa cosa succederà.
Quelli con scarse abilità automobilistiche saranno presto lasciati nella polvere.
Siete pronti, piloti? Che il conto alla rovescia incominci.

Once again drivers got together for a breathtaking car race.
It's a risky race on the public highway and nobody knows what is going to happen.
Those with poor racing skills will soon be left in the dust.
Are you ready, drivers? Let the countdown begin.
Im running games with a vga to tv converter on my Shangai Novel, with composite and it looks amazing, Im not interested in RGB or Scart.

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by uncletom » October 15th, 2012, 6:06 am

Wow! Thank you so much, Princess. That was AWESOME!

I've saved it on a separate textfile, this is a step closer for me to finally learn some italian.

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by uncletom » October 15th, 2012, 8:34 am

... only because of that, youtube found me another video with a whole lot of new italian words for me to learn here: http://youtu.be/UDXzKc4upkM . So I'd better start learning.

I understand that "volante" means steering wheel.

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by Sunday » September 6th, 2018, 5:54 pm

Dear uncletom,

I left a message on your youtube account as a bottle in the sea some I'm also trying here even if this thread is quite old ;)

I can see you have "new" version of GTI Club SMF, mine is a bit older:
HGT:J:A:A:2009040901
1.2

Yours is:
HGT:E:A:A:2009062401
1.4

With my friends we have 4 GTI Club SMF cabinet and we are trying to unlock some features (with the famous code)
but we can't because "Game options > Game appareance" menu is not existing on our version...

Would it be possible for you to do a full image (raw copy) of your HDD (so I can burn it and try on our cabinet) ?
We have many original cabinets so if you are looking for something do not hesitate to ask ;)

Thank you.

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by uncletom » September 7th, 2018, 5:15 am

Ofcourse. I am zipping it now...

I think Google drive will be best. It will be ready as I get home tonight, I need to leave for work now.

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by Sunday » September 12th, 2018, 10:14 pm

Hello,

Just would like to say a huge thank you to uncletom, thanks to him we manage to image our HDD cabinet with the european version (1.4)
so we have been able to unlock everything with the previously mentioned code.
For your information it is not possible to do the same on the japanese version (1.2) because the menu to enter the code is missing.

See you.

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by uncletom » September 13th, 2018, 9:38 am

Wonderful. Take good care of this great game. Maybe I will come there to play it sometime, I used to be really good at it.

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Re: GTI Club: Supermini Festa

Post by matt » December 1st, 2018, 1:47 am

I've not had the pleasure of playing Supermini Festa in an arcade, but I've been playing the Wii version with a wheel and it's very good indeed. Smooth, consistent framerate, good GTi-Club-style handling as it should be. Perfect analog steering with motion control. My one complaint is that the amount of info in the HUD can make things feel a bit cramped in some modes.

The only thing I have to compare it to is Sumo Digital's PS3 game in the series. The Wii version is by Genki and is every bit as good in terms of gameplay, way better in terms of content and modes, and most importantly it's still available to buy and - thanks to http://Wiimmfi.de - still playable online today on your Wii or Wii U.

Anybody up for it?

Arcade modes:
- Traffic Escape Race
- Time Attack
- Prize Grab
- Car Soccer
- 2-on-2 Car Soccer
- Bomb Tag
- Coin Collecting
- Tomato Festival

Co-op modes (1-4 players):
- Group Coin Collecting
- Group Target Attacking
- Group Tomato Firing
- Group Ball Rolling
- Group Goal Scoring

Quest mode, all with multiple circuits and routes:
- France
- UK
- USA
- Italy
- Japan

Online:
- Leaderboards
- Most game modes

Cars, all with numerous parts, body kits and paint jobs:
- Mini Cooper S
- Peugeot 207 GTi
- VW Polo GTI
- Abarth 500
- Morris Mini Cooper S 1275cc
- FIAT Abarth 695 ss
- Autobianchi A112 Abarth
- Renault 5 Alpine Turbo
- VW Golf GTI
- Nissan Micra
- Lancia Delta HF
- VW Golf GTI 16V
- Renault Sport Clio V6
- Alfa Romeo Mito Quadrifoglio Verde
- Ford Focus RS
- Renault Sport Megane RS

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