T-MEK - The Warlords

The Arcade Video Game by Atari Games Corp.

T-MEK - The Warlords screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! Coin-Operated Arcade Video Game

T-MEK - The Warlords © 1994 Atari Games Corp.


T-MEK - The Warlords the  Arcade Video Game
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Atari GT hardware
Game ID : 136101
Main Board Number : A051512
CAGE Audio Board Number : A053304
Audio Sub-Board Number : A053664
LAN board Number : A052967

Main CPU : Motorola 68EC020 (@ 25 Mhz)
Sound CPU : TMS32031 (@ 33.8688 Mhz)
Sound Chips : (4x) DMA-driven (@ 33.8688 Mhz)

Players : 2
Control : stick
Buttons : 3


T-MEK was released in July 1994.


• Software version : 2.0.

• Software version : 4.4.

• Software version : 4.5.

• Software version : 5.1.
Added T-Mek team page during the attract mode.
Added a subtitle to the game title : 'The Warlords'.
Titlescreen red background removed.


• 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.


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
3D 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



Sega 32X (1995) "T-Mek [Model 84520]"


PC [MS Windows] (1996)

Game's ROM.
Machine's picture (bossyman15)

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