Below is the additional 15 stage continuous mode rolling through intro mode including in car view. I’ve shortened each stage to make it a 3 minute video. On 15 Stage continuous mode there is no fork in the road, the stages blend together and the music tracks play back to back.
Here’s how to install Cannonball to your JXD GAMEPAD
1. Download the .APK file to your JXD / ANDROID device from the link above.
2. Find the Cannonball.apk file on your JXD using the APKinstaller app that came with the JXD.
3.Select Install using the APKinstaller app.
4.install the file to your device.
5.Open the APKinstaller again and select ‘Manage’
6.Select the Cannonball file and select Export to create a Cannonball app Icon on your home screen.
I think SEGA released this as part of a series of game catalogues for the Mark III. Each one would feature new release games and include the current catalogue of games available.
I really love the Japanese artwork on these catalogues.
Not so long back I posted an image of some OutRun graffiti found in Kent (UK) Search older posts if you missed it. Today another great piece has been found. Painted by an artist named MITS. Not sure where this … Continue reading →
Philko released the bootleg arcade board for OutRun with the BETA logo in the game instead of SEGA.
As well as the bootleg boards there are also some cabinets out there that aren’t official SEGA machines.
Here some pics below of non-official machines.
[Above- This stand up machine at a glance looks like a official machine, but closer inspection shows no SEGA logo on the side art. Lots of smaller differences in the monitor bezel ,control panel, wheel, and front panel. Source – OutRun Re-assembler
[Above- Another bootleg found in Germany. Again a similar image of the original side art without the SEGA logo. This one has some strips down the front panel not to dissimilar from the original.
[Above- the latest find from Arcade Italia
A sitdown variation of the standard sitdown arcade machine.
With most of these variation it’s unclear where they came from.
Were they bootleg production replicas or were they created by OutRun fans who couldn’t have an original machine.
If you have any info on bootleg OutRun machines, own one or have any info to share drop me an email.
Added to the OutRun Arcade Machine Variations Page