Computer and Video-game Collection
Arcade PCB Collection
Arcade PCB Collection
Bomber Man Arcade PCB 1992 Seitu.
If you flip a dip-switch on the PCB the title screen changes to Dyna Blaster!
Bomber Man World Arcade PCB 1992 Irem. Licensed from Hudson Soft.
If you flip a dip-switch on the PCB the title screen changes to New Dyna Blaster Global Quest.
Gals Panic Arcade PCB 1990 Kaneko - no screen shots for this one.
Klax Arcade PCB 1990 Atari Games.
Klax title screen and attract mode "How to play", I assume a dip-switch can change the language.
Lode Runner the Dig Fight Arcade PCB 2000 Psikyo. This is a dual board with Jamma and Mahjong connectors.
Lode Runner title screen and in game action screen shots.
Macross Super Spacefortress Arcade PCB 1992 Banpresto.
Macross is a vertical orientation shooter. Great Game!
Magix Arcade PCB 1995 Yunsung.
Magix is Tetris with naked girls.
Match It Arcade PCB 1989 Tamtex. My first ever Arcade PCB.
Match It title screen and attract mode "How to play".
Match it II Arcade PCB 1993 Tamtex.
Match it II title screen and attract mode. This game has three different stone sets to choose from.
Mega Arcade Konsole (MAK) - this version from Wolf Soft. This unit plays Jamma Arcade PCB's if you do not have the room for a cabinet. It has a powerful arcade cabinet PSU inside, and two ports for Neo Geo controllers at the front. The little display is the voltage meter control. Really nice machine.
Neo Geo MVS motherboard MV1-FS from SNK.
The Neo Geo MVS running Neo Bomber Man from Hudson Soft.
Neo Geo "Old-Style" Arcade Controller. Built so well, it might survive an atomic war.
Neo Geo CD Controller Pro "New-Style" Arcade Controller.
Road Fighter Arcade PCB 1984 Konami. Not a Jamma board, needs an adapter.
Road Fighter is a vertical orientation racer. Great old school fun!
Arkanoid Returns Arcade Cartridge for the Taito F3 System. From 1997, with manual and other things. Have no screen shots from that one.
Bubble Symphony Arcade Cartridge for the Taito F3 System. From 1994, mounted on the F3 motherboard.
Bubble Symphony title screen - no further screen shots, sorry.
Elevator Action Returns Arcade Cartridge for the Taito F3 System. From 1994, mounted on the F3 motherboard.
Elevator Action Returns title screen and in game action screen shots.
Gekirindan Arcade Cartridge for the Taito F3 System. From 1995, mounted on the F3 motherboard.
Gekirindan title screen and in game action screen shots. Vertical orientation shooter.
The Taito F3 motherboard was region locked by some plastic parts inside the four cartridge connectors. To make it region free, use a soldering iron to carefully melt away those plastic parts inside the connectors and you are set to play all games on your motherboard. The noisy fan is a bit annoying as well.