Lost In Translation/T-MEK - The Warlords

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T-MEK
The Warlords
T-MEK marquee.
No screen shot.
T-MEK control panel.
Manufacturer Atari Games
Released 1994
Control
Method
8-way Joystick
Analog joystick
3 Button(s)
Main CPU 68EC020 (@ 25.000 MHz)
TMS32031 (@ 33.869 MHz)
Sound CPU Stereo
(4x) DMA-driven DAC
Video
Details
Raster (Horizontal)
336 x 240 pixels
59.92 Hz
32,768 Palette colours
Screens 1
ROM Info 38 ROMs
29,492,736 bytes (28.13 MiB)
MAME ID tmek · tmekprot

About The Game

T-MEK - The Warlords is an arcade video game.

Trivia

Two T-Mek machines (an upright and a 2-player sitdown) were shown at the 2003 classic arcade games show 'California Extreme' in San Jose, California.

Updates

Prototype 
  • Software version : 2.0.
Revsivion 1 
  • Software version : 5.1.
  • Added T-Mek team page during the attract mode.
  • Added a subtitle to the game title : 'The Warlords'.
  • Title screen red background removed.

Tips and tricks

Unlock Meks

Ultra-Dark Mek - Up, Up, Up, Right, Down, Right, Left, Left

Zulog's Mek - Beat the singleplayer game on, any difficulty

Unlimited Special Weapons

Play through the main game mode and beat Nazrac.

Unlimited Shields

To give yourself unlimited shielding power use your shields in a challenge game with three other people and use your shields until the game is over without dying once. You'll lose the round and have to insert 25 more cents, but the next time you play without quitting in main game or challenge mode you will never run out of shields.

Staff

Producer
Gary Stark
Game Designer
Matthew Ford
Lead Programmer
John Grigsby
Programmers
Norm Avellar
Gary Stark
Support Programmer
Mike Albaugh
Systems Support
David Shepperd
Lead Animators
Rhizaldi Bugawan
3-D Animators
Brian La France
Rich Chargin
Animators
Nick Stern
Model Makers
John Ferrari
Patrice Moriarity
Digital Imaging
Dave Portera
Project Engineer
Don Paauw
Technician
Farrokh khodadadi
Audio
Brad Fuller
Audio Engineer
Chuck Peplinski
Cabinet Designer
Mark Gruber
Product Designer
Ralph Perez
Controls
Wade Winblad
Harnessing
Carole Cameron
Stevie Landaverde
Woodshop
Connie Osuna
Metalshop
Jesus Torres
Product Manager
David Macias
Software QA
David Pasquinelli
Japanese Translation
Takeshi Hasegawa

Cabinet and Artwork

Ports

Consoles 
Sega 32X (1995)
Computers 
PC [MS Windows] (1996)


The contents of this page are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
The sources used include MAME (version 0.113u2) and history.dat (revision 1.28 - 2008-10-18).
Please see http://www.arcade-history.com for credits.