Three Stooges

Released in 1984

Manufacturer: Mylstar
Distributor: Mylstar
Developer: Mylstar

**** (2 total votes)

'Three Stooges' marquee
game marquee

Game Summary

Moe, Larry and Curly make their way from the silver screen to the video screen.

Genre

Maze
Collecting

Hardware Info

Controls: 1 Joystick / Button(s)
Horizontal-mounted Raster monitor
256 x 240 Resolution
Colors: 16 Color

Additional Hardware Info (from Mame)

I86 cpu @ 5 Mhz
M6502 cpu @ 1 Mhz
M6502 cpu @ 1 Mhz
DAC audio
DAC audio
AY-8910 audio @ 2 Mhz
AY-8910 audio @ 2 Mhz

Hardware Platform

Gottlieb GG-III

Mame ROMs

3stooges, Three Stooges

Game Details

Nyuk-Nyuk-Nyuk! Up to three players can become Stooges in this game based on the antics of the three slap-happy funnymen. The Stooges' fiancees are kidnapped by a mad scientist, and the stooges must use their In each round, your selected Stooge must collect three keys in each round, then go through an exit to advance to the next level.

To find those keys, you must have a mallet with you. There are two mallets in the room. Use the mallets to destroy the furniture and find those keys. There are also some other goodies, such as a star and an award that closely resembles an Oscar, that will give you bonus points.

This game, however, couldn't be complete without the enemies: The upper crust, cops, and other Stooges (natch!). To disable them temporarily, push the button when not carrying a mallet to slap that person. Hitting them with a mallet knocks them out for good!

In stage 7, the Stooges confront the mad scientist. The scientist is standing by the exit, and as soon as all three keys are collected, you have ten seconds to go out the exit and catch the mad scientist. If you are successful, you continue on to level 8. At level 14, you get to rescue your first fiancee. The Stooges get to free the other two at Levels 28 and 42.

Mylstar was owned by Columbia Pictures Corporation, the same company that owned the D.L. Gottlieb Co., and is also the same company that owned the rights to the Three Stooges.

'Three Stooges' cabinet photo
cabinet photo
'Three Stooges' title screen
title screen
'Three Stooges' gameplay screen shot
gameplay screen
'Three Stooges' promotional flyer
promotional flyer
'Three Stooges' control panel
control panel

"Maybe" Images

(fuzzy search, these MAY match the game, or they may not)

Three Flyer: 1 Front Three Flyer: 2 Back

Coinop.org Member Ratings / Comments

**** by gatorman_925. Comment: "Woo-woo-woo! This happens to be a very witty game based on the antics of the Three Stooges. Most of the Stooges' humor and hilarity are transferred to this game. If you played it in the arcades, or should you play it on MAME, you should enjoy seeing the Stooges slap, splat, and bash their way toward their brides. (Nyuk-nyuk-nyuk!)" 2001-12-03 18:19:21Z

**** by boscofan. Comment: "A game that grows on you as time goes on,but not as a good as the old Commodore 64 Stooges game." 2002-05-12 06:56:58Z

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Gottlieb System Boards Info
Submitted by Unknown Last updated: November 27, 1996 Gottlieb Video System Boards * GV-100 Reactor uses a MA-289 board which looks very similar to the GG-III system board with 2 noticeable exceptions, no battery & smaller 2732 type program roms near the edge connector (instead of the 2764's). It should be possible to adapt this game to run on the GG-III system board. GG-III system board are marked C-22248-3 and will run the following games... * GV-102 Mad Planets
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C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Pinouts\3stooges.txt
GOTTLIEB/MYLSTAR INFORMATION: THREE STOOGES PINOUTS --------------------------------------------------- CPU SOLDER | COMPONENT -------------+--------------- _______ +5V |A | 1| GND +5V |B | 2| GND +5V |C | 3| GND |D | 4| LARRY GND |E | 5| MOE GND Coin Meter |F | 6| CURLY GND
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Pinouts\3stooges.txt 1583 K - Updated 2003.01.09
C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Test_Equipment\Univid 1000\univid_harness.txt
From: jeff hendrix <jhendrix@quark.com> To: "'vectorlist@mcfeeley.cc.utexas.edu'" Subject: RE: Univid 1000 Date: Mon, 1 Mar 1999 11:44:51 -0700 Here is a list of the harnesses and what boards they go to, I also might have a few harnesses for trade. UNIVID 1000 harness numbers Atari 101 Arabian 102 Centipede 103 Cloak & Dagger 104 Crystal Castle 105 Dig Dug 106 Food-Fight 107 I-Robot 108 Kangaroo 109 Liberator 110 Millipede 111 Pole Position 111 Pole Position II 112 Xevious Ce
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Test_Equipment\Univid 1000\univid_harness.txt 2735 K - Updated 2005.09.18
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Technical Information
Note: The information and links on this page might get moved around quite a bit before things get all sorted out. I'm just going to start putting up all kinds of information that I've had archived away, so please pardon the mess! :) Identifying Unknown Board Sets Back in 1994, Rick Schieve wrote an article about how to identify unknown boards. This article gives some quick tips on how to figure out what the pinouts are for an unknown PCB. The text is moderately technical so if you're not sure what R
File: C:\Virtual\Web\kk\coinop_kb\Repair\IDing PCBS.html 14779 K - Updated 2000.01.02

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