Shh...! Welcome to Frightfearland

The Arcade PCB by Global VR

Shh...! Welcome to Frightfearland screenshot

Not emulated in MAME

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Arcade PCB

Shh...! Welcome to Frightfearland © 2011 Global VR


Fear has gripped the city. Over 100 people have gone missing... presumed taken by a group of lunatic characters. Two Special Agents follow leads to the entrance of a dilapidated amusement park. They now know what they must do... enter Frightmareland to find and free the captives... and close the gates forever!

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

PICTURES :
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Shh...! Welcome to Frightfearland the  Arcade PCB
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Shh...! Welcome to Frightfearland the  Arcade PCB
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Shh...! Welcome to Frightfearland the  Arcade PCB
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Taito Type X2 Hardware

OS: Microsoft Windows XP Embedded
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E6400?Pentium 4 651?Celeron D 352 (up to latest Core 2 CPUs supported by the chipset)
Chipset: Intel Q965 + ICH8
Monitor: 720p/1080p/1440p HD LCD Monitor
RAM: DDR2 667/800MHz (512MB/1GB, up to 4GB)
GPU: PCI Express x16-based graphics. Support cards include ATI RADEON X1600Pro/X1300LE or nVIDIA GeForce 7900GS?7600GS?7300GS, up to latest graphic cards (Radeon HD 3800 or Geforce 9800 series)
Sound: Onboard Realtek HD 7.1 channel Sound (supports add-in sound cards)
LAN: 10/100/1000 BASE-T
I/O ports: 1x JVS, 4x USB 2.0 (up to 8), 1x serial (max 2), 1x parallel port, 2x PS/2, 2x SATA
Audio inputs: AKG C535EB Stage Microphone, line-in (Surround 7.1)
Audio outputs: 7.1, SPDI/FX
Expansion Slots: 1x PCI Express x16 (used by video card), 1x PCI Express x4, 2x PCI
Storage: 2x 80 GB 10k RPM SATA Hard Drives
Media: 80 GB 10000 rpm Hard Drive

Players : 2
Control : light-gun

TRIVIA

This game was shown on Amusement Expo 2011 in Las Vegas under the name "Frightmareland". Later, Global VR decided to change the name to "SHH…! Welcome to Frightfearland".

This game is USA version of Taito's "Haunted Museum II" (the first one is known as "Panic Museum" in the USA), but as "Panic Museum" was being handled in the USA by a different company, there was a name change to avoid confusion over the products.

SOURCES
Game's picture.
Game's screenshots.
Official website: http://www.globalvr.com/products_ffl.html

Page last modified on January 13, 2013