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O-Taito is the Old Taito pinout on wiretap. N-Taito is the New-Taito pinout (Like Elevator Action). Quote by R. Schieve: "Taito.pin will match most for power, ground, monitor, and speaker connections but inputs are usually quite different." DECO/Data East is the Data East pinout. See Ring King.pin or KarateChamp.pin.I AtariV is Black Widow and Gravitar and Space Duel Konami if the Konami pinout. See Konami\Rush'n'Attack.pin. BZone is Battle Zone and Red Baron Tehkan games seem to follow the same pinout. I don't have that pinout, though. Universal is the Mr. Do! series pinout. Midway1 is the TRON/Discs of Tron/Satan's Hollow pinout. Midway2 is the Galaga/Mappy/Bosconian pinout. Nintendo is the Donkey Kong/Popeye pinout. Namco1 is the Pacman series/Galaxian pinout. Sega-Old may be the same as Sega2. Graham Bisset referred to it as the "Old style Sega pinout" Sega2 is the standard Sega 2-player pinout Sega4 is the standard Sega 4-player pinout System I = Atari System I game System II = Atari System II game Gorf refers to the fact that these games share the same boards Other pinout types refer to actual games. "K" in first column indicates it is *not* currently in the KLOV "C" in first column indicates I have the control panel layout details An asterisk (*) indicates a new addition to the list. A plus sign (+) in the second column means the information was updated or corrected. The "Type" column indicates the pinout type or conversion class. Game Name Type Manufacturer Year H/V --------- ---- ------------ ---- --- * 4 Player Football Atari 1979 V 10 Yard Fight Taito/Irem 1984 H 720 Degrees Atari Games 1986 H 1942 Capcom Capcom 1984 V (Compare 1942.pin against Capcom.pin) * A. B. Cop Air Bike Sega H (feat. handlebar) Aeroboto Williams * Air Combat Namco 1992 H * Air Rescue System32 Sega H (Helicopter games w/moving seat. Req. special controllers) Airwolf Hokkadio/ 1987 V United Amusement Alcon Taito V K Alien Sector Namco H Alien Syndrome Sega 1987 H + All American Football Leland 1989 H Altered Beast Sega2 Sega 1988 H * American Speedway Date East/PGD 1987 Amidar Namco1 Stern/Konami 1982 V (there may be more than one pinout for this. Someone thought it was by Nichibutsu) (Two different people thought this games used a different pinout. One thought it was like Pac-Man/Galaxian, and one thought it used the Konami pinout) * Apache 3 Data East/Tatsumi 1989 * AquaJack Romstar 1989 H * Arabian V * Arabian Fight System32 Sega 1991 H 1-4Plyr K Argus Jaleco Arkanoid N-Taito Taito or Romstar? 1986 V (Rick Schieve believes Arkanoid does not match Jungle King/Jungle Hunt, but I'm pretty sure the pinouts for these games on wiretap match almost exactly. Arkanoid does have an encoder wheel, though.) (Also, is it possible Taito licensed this from Romstar or vice-versa?) K Arknow Romstar V (Is this really a game, or did someone spell Arkanoid wrong?) * Arm Champs II Jaleco 1992 V (Arm wrestling game w/ mechanical wrestling arm. For use in North America only) Armored Car Stern K ASO? S.N.K. (I have no idea what this is.) Asteroids Asteroids Atari 1979 H Vector Asteroids Deluxe Asteroids Atari 1980 H Vector (3 pairs of pins must be swapped) * Atomic Punk Irem 1991 H 2-4Plyr * Atomic Punk 2 Irem 1992 H * Atomic Robo-Kid Nichibutsu 1989 H + Aurail Sega2 Sega 1990 H Avengers Capcom V BagMan Stern 1983 V Bank Panic Midway H K Baraduke Namco Barrier Cinematronics V B/W XY (25" monitor) K? Baseball II Cinematronics H (KLOV lists a "Baseball Season II" by Lelend. I don't know if they are the same. It could be "World Series Baseball II" since Cinematronics put out "World Series Baseball") K Battle Lane Romstar 1986 V Battlezone BZone Atari H Vector (when converting from Red Baron, BZ needs controls rewired) * Beast Busters S.N.K. 1989 H (3-player gun) Berserk Berserk Stern 1980 H * Big Event Golf V * Big Run Jaleco 1989 H (also moveable sit down) Birdie King Taito 1982? V Birdie King II Monroe 1984? V? * Birdie Try I*Vics/Data East 1990 V Kit * Birdiy Mama*Top 1983 Black Widow AtariV Atari H Vector Blasteroids Atari Games 1988 H K Blazeon H * Blood Bros. Fabtek/TAD 1990 H (Ticket dispenser option for redemption) * Bloodstorm H Body Slam Sega/Sun H Bomb Jack Tehkan Tehkan V K Boogie Wings H Bosconian Midway2 Midway/Namco 1981 H * Buck Rogers Sega 1982 Bubble Bobble N-Taito Taito H (44 pin version) jpm lists it as Sega compatible? * Bubbles Bump 'n Jump Data East 1982 C Bump 'n Jump Midway/Data East 1983 BurgerTime Data East 1982 V (DECO Cassette System) BurgerTime Midway/Data East 1983 V (Sega or N-Taito? jpm lists it as Sega compatible?) * Casino Strip Quantum Industries H (Rated X or R) Caveman Ninja Data East Data East 1991 H (Video Connection lists this as JAMMA) C Centipede Atari 1980 V Championship Baseball Sega2 Sega 1983 H Championship Baseball II Sega 1984 H Championship Sprint System II Atari Games * Championship Wrestling V * Change Lanes Taito 1983 H (Needs steering wheel, gas pedal, shift lever) * Cheyenne Exidy H * Chase H.Q. Taito 1988 H * Chiller Exidy 1986 H (bloody gun game - sequel to Crack-Shot) Choplifter Sega-Old Sega 1985 H (Are there two different games? KLOV also lists a "Choplifter" by Midway in 1982. Mentions Sega might have re-released the game later or something.) (There is a large and small PCB version. Could be the "old" Midway vs. the "new" Sega) Chopper I S.N.K. 1988 V Circus Charlie Konami Centuri 1984 V * Cisco Heat Jaleco 1990 H (moving seat - vibration - linkable * Cloak & Dagger Atari 1983 H + Combat Exidy H (May be compatible with Crossbow and Cheyenne.) K? Comet Data East (Halley's Comet? Killer Comet?) Commando Capcom Data East/Capcom 1985 V Commando II? Capcom V? Congo Bongo Zaxxon Sega 1983 V + Continental Circus Taito 1987 H (Driving game, licensed from U.S. Navy, cabinet says "Continental Circuit") Cosmic Avenger Universal 1981 * Cosmos Century Electronics 1981 (Century, not Centuri. Based in Oldham, England) K C.O.W.-Boys Moo Mesa H (Is this the real name?) * Crazy Climber H Crazy Kong Falcon Crossbow Exidy 1983 H * Cruis'n USA Midway/Nintendo H Ultra 64 * Crush Roller Exidy 1981 V Cyberball Atari Games 1988 H * Cyber Sled Namco 1993 H (Two screen setup, head-to-head Battlezone/Spectre against computer or opponent) Dangar Nichibutsu 1986 V Darius H (triple horizontal monitors) Dark Mist Taito V Dark Planet Stern 1983 H * Daytona USA Sega 1994 H K Dazzler Centuri V Defender Williams 1980 H * Desert Race Muppet Video (4-wheel All-Terrain Vehicle game for kids 4-12) Dig Dug Atari/Namco 1982 V Discs of Tron Midway1 Midway Donkey Kong Nintendo Nintendo 1981 V (Only the 2 board version of DK matches the rest. There is a 4 board version that is just as common as the 2 board version but wired completely different. Gregg Woodcock thinks there are 3 different board versions of the game with at least 2 different pinouts.) Donkey Kong Jr. Nintendo Nintendo 1982 V Donkey Kong II? Nintendo Nintendo (This game probably doesn't exist. Perhaps it never did, or maybe it sort of refers to DK Jr.) Donkey Kong III Nintendo Nintendo 1984 V Do Run Run Universal Universal K? Double Play Baseball Leland H (KLOV lists a "Double Play" by Cinematronics 1986. It is a Cinemat-System title.) (Uses LS-30 joystick) * Dragon's Lair II:Time Warp Leland 1991 H (laser disc) * DragRace Atari 1977 H (2-player driving game, steering wheel, gas pedal, 4-speed shift) * Drug Wars: Crime Patrol 2 American Laser Games 1993 H (Uses laser disc and 2 gun controls) * Dynamic C.C. System24 Sega H * Eagle Centuri V (different pinouts, but same control panel layout as Phoenix) * Eagle Shot Golf H * Earth Defense Force H Elevator Action N-Taito Taito 1984 H The Empire Strikes Back StarWars Atari H Vector (a conv. kit for StarWars which required additions/replacements of ROM's, a special piggyback board and modifications to the game board -- cutting traces and rewiring) The End Stern V Enduro Racer Sega * Escape from the Planet of Atari Games 1989 H the Robot Monsters Eswat Cyber Police Sega2 Sega 1988 H (should year be 1990? KLOV lists it as 1990) (Everyone lists this as "E-SWAT", but the marquee and tha actual game screen show "Eswat") K Exed Exes Capcom Capcom V Exerion Taito/Jaleco V K+ Exciting Hour Technos/Taito 1985 V Express Raider Data East 1986 H (Cowboy shooting/fighting game) * Eyes Rock-Ola 1982 V * F1 Exhaust Note System32 Sega H (Sit-down driving game; steering wheel, gas, brake, wing shift) * F-15 Strike Eagle MicroProse H (shoot 'em up flying game) K The Fairland Story Taito H (Could this be another name for "The New Zealand Story"?) * Fantasy Rock-Ola/S.N.K. 1982 V + Final Blow Romstar/Taito 1988 H * Final Lap 2 Namco 1990 H (Can link up to four 2-player units) * Final Lap 3 Namco H * Final Round (The) Konami 1989 H Final Starforce V * Fire Shark Toaplan 1989 V Flash Gal Kyugo H K Flower Komax H K Fly Ball Atari H * Four Trax ATV Racing Atari Games/Namco 1989 H (Can link up to four 2-player units) Frenzy Berserk Stern 1982 H (Swap CPU board only?) Frogger Konami Sega/Gremlin 1981 V * Front Line Taito 1982 V? * Future Flash HOEI V (classic arcade-like space shoot 'em up) Future Spy Zaxxon Midway V (Made by Sega also?) * Gain Ground Sega 1989 V (up to 3 plyr) C Galaga Midway2 Midway/Namco 1981 V (Namco Galaga board are not as common as Midway Galaga boards and the boards sets are totally different.) (It is the Midway board that matches Mappy and Bosconian) C Galaga 3 (What is the deal with Galaga Plus vs. Galaga 3 vs. Galaga III?) Galaga Plus Midway/Namco (I assume Gaplus is the same as Galaga Plus. If not, Gaplus is only from Namco, possibly not licensed to Midway.) Galaxian Namco1? Midway/Namco 1979 V (Speaker outputs are different from the other gaems in this class.) K Galivan Nichibutsu V * Gang Wars S.N.K. 1989 H Gauntlet Gauntlet Atari Games 1985 H 2P&4P Gauntlet II Gauntlet Atari Games 1986 H (Required a ROM change.) Ghostbusters Data East H Ghosts 'n Goblins Capcom Taito 1985 H Ghosts 'n Goblins Capcom Capcom 1985 H (Some ROMs are copyright Capcom, some are copyright Taito) * Gimme A Break Bally Sente (Pool game) Gladiators Taito 1988 H (I don't know if the title is Gladiator or Gladiators.) K The Glob Epos V * G-LOC Air Battle: Loss Sega 1990 H of Consciousness by G Force Goindol Sun Electronics V Golden Axe Sega2 Sega 1989 H * Golden Tee Golf Strata/ 1989 H Incredible Technologies Gondomania Data East V ("Gondomania" or "GondoMania"?) (Uses LS-30 joystick) * Gorf Gorf Midway H * GP Rider Sega H (Motorcycle riding game, linkable) * Grand Prix Star Jaleco 1991 H (Driving game; link up to two 2-player machines; feedback steering) Gravitar AtariV Atari 1982 H XY K Green Beret Konami H (This could really be "Green Beret - Rush 'n Attack") * Gridiron Fight Tecmo/Tehkan 1986 H (announced by Tecmo, but marquee with the old name Tehkan) * Guardian Kitcorp/Taito 1986 H * Guided Missile Midway 1977 H C Gyruss Konami Centuri/Konami 1983 V + Halley's Comet Coin-It/Taito 1986 V * Hard Drivin' Atari Games 1988 H (sit-down - feedback steering - polygon) * Hex Pool H * Hi-Way Atari 1975 H (sit-down driving game! In color!) K Hunchback Century Electronics 1983 V (Century, not Centuri. Company is based in the U.K.) (Comes in Scramble and Galaxian type PCBs. Scramble PCB has 2 PCBs, top is 3/4 the size of the bottom, 36-pin edge connector is on the corner of the top board. Galaxian PCB has only 1 PCB with 36-pin edge connector in the center of the board) Hypersports Konami Centuri/Konami 1984 H Ikari Warriors Trade West/S.N.K. 1986 V (Uses LS-30 joystick) Indiana Jones and the System I Atari Games/ 1985 H Temple of Doom LucasFilm * Indy Heat Leland 1991 H (Actually "Danny Sullivan's Indy Heat") K In the Hunt Irem H K Intrepid Nova V K Irem Skins Irem H + Iron Horse Konami 1986 H Jack the Giant Killer Cinematronics 1982 V + Jailbreak Konami Konami 1985 H K Jay Tee SIDAM? Journey Midway 1983 V C Joust Williams 1982 H + Jump Bug Rock-Ola/HOEI 1981 V (Uses joystick and one button) K Jump Shot Midway V Jungle Hunt N-Taito Taito 1982 H Jungle King N-Taito Taito 1982 H K+ Jungler Stern 1982 V (Snake-eat-snake game. 4-way joystick and one fire button) Juno First Konami? Konami 1983 V Kangaroo Atari 1982 V Karate Champ DECO Data East 1984 V (One person thinks it is horizontal) Kicker Konami V * Kick-Man Midway 1981 V Kid Niki Data East H K Kik Start Taito H * Killer Instinct Midway/Nintendo/Rare 1994 H Konami GT Konami H * Krazy Bowl H K Kung-Fu Kingsize + Kung-Fu Master Date East/Irem 1984 H (KLOV lists it as Data East 1985. Two different games?) Ladybug Universal?Universal 1981 (May use same pinout as Mr Do! games) * Laser Ghost Sega 1990 H 1-3Plyr (Terminator 2 like game) Last Mission Data East 1986 V K L.E.D. Storm V K Legend Legend of Kage Taito 1985 H * Legend of Makai Jaleco 1988 H Legendary Wings Capcom V * Lethal Enforcers Konami 1992 H * Lethal Enforcers II: Konami 1994 H GunFighters (I am pretty sure both Lethal Enforcers games are JAMMA) * Line of Fire Sega 1989 (sitdown/cockpit style shooting game) * Lock 'n Chase Taito 1981 V Looping Venture Line 1982 V (Uses 2-way joystick and 2 buttons) Lost Tomb Stern 1983 V L.S.A. Squad Taito V Lunar Rescue O-Taito Taito V (2-way joystick plus one fire button?) K Mad Crasher S.N.K. H * Mad Dog McCree Atari/American Laser H Games (Laser) * Mad Dog II: the Lost Gold American Laser Games 1992 H (Laser) Mad Planet Gottlieb 1983 Mag Max Nichibutsu H Major Havoc, The Atari 1984 H Clr Vector Adventures of (Conv. kit from Tempest) * Major League Sega 1986 V (trackball) Mania Challenge Memetron/Taito 1986 V? (One source listed it as being from Technos) (At least one person thinks it is horizontal) Mappy Midway2 Midway/Namco 1983 V Marble Madness System I Atari Games 1984 Mario Bros. Nintendo Nintendo 1983 H Marvin's Maze S.N.K. V Mat Mania Memetron 1985 H? (One source says it's horizontal, Video Connection says vertical) * Mazer Blazer Stern 1983 H (uses Gun and mirror) * MechaNized Attack S.N.K. 1989 (2 UZI machine gun with recoil) Mega Zone Konami Konami/Kosuka 1983 V * Merit Trivia H * Midnight Rescue U.S. Games Mighty Guy Nichibutsu V Mikie Konami V Millipede Atari 1984 V K Minefield Stern V * Mini Golf Bally Sente 1985 H 1-4Plyr (Sente System game) * Missile Command H * MK3 (Mortal Kombat 3) Midway 1995 H (I don't know if this is JAMMA yet or not) * Monkey Mole Panic Taito H (9 Punch-Buttons - Linkable up to 4 games (?!)) K Monsterland Sega H K Moon Alien Nihon Bussan Moon Cresta Namco1 Gremlin/Sega 1980 (only some Moon Cresta's work with the Pac-Man pinouts.) Moon Patrol Williams/Irem 1982 H * Moto Frenzy Atari Games 1992 H (Featuring a motorcycle with 2 independent motors & handlebar - Linkable) Motorace USA Williams V (I assume this is the same as "Motor Race". There are two "Motorace USA" games in the KLOV. One is "Motorace USA - Zippy Racer" by Irem. I don't know if they are the same game.) Mouse Trap Exidy 1981 H Mr. Do! Universal Universal 1982 V (There is another Mr. Do! made by Electron in 1982) + Mr. Do!'s Castle Universal Universal 1983 V Mr. Do!'s Wild Ride Universal Universal H C Ms. Pac-Man Namco1 Midway/Namco 1981 V K Mutant Fighter H My Hero Sega H K Mystic Warrior H * Name That Tune Bally Sente 1986 H * NARC Williams 1988 H (2 8-way joysticks, 3 buttons per joystick) Naughty Boy Nichibutsu 1982 Nemesis Konami Konami * Nibbler Rock-Ola V (Uses 4-way joystick) * Night Striker Taito 1989 H Ninja Princess Sega H Ninja Warriors H (triple horizontal monitors. Same controls as Darius. Same pinouts too?) * N.Y. Captor Taito 1986 H K? Omega (I don't know if there is a game called Omege, or if it should have been listed as Omega Race or Omega Fighter or even Star Base Omega) * Operation: Gunbuster Taito 1992 H (Like Terminator 2) * Operation Wolf Taito 1987 H (Terminator 2 like game) * Ordyne Sharp Image/Namco 1989 H * OutRun Sega H * OutRunners Sega 1992 H (2 seats, 2 screens, can select music you wnt to listen to) + Pac-Land Namco1 Namco 1984 H (The KLOV lists two Pac-Land's. One by Namco in 1984, and the other by Midway [no date]. The game descriptions don't exactly match, but they could.) (Rick Schieve doesn't think Pac-Land belongs in this class.) Pac-Man Namco1 Midway/Namco 1980 V Pac-Man Jr. Namco1 V (Comes in both AC and DC powered versions.) Pac-Man Plus Namco1 Midway/Namco 1982 V (Chip replacement for Pac-Man?) Paperboy System II Atari Games 1984 Pengo Sega/Gremlin 1982 V Pepper II Exidy 1982 V Perfect Billiards H Peter Pack Rat System I Atari Games 1984 (Is it "Peter Packrat" or "Peter Pack Rat"?) Phoenix Phoenix Centuri/Amstar 1980 V * Phraze Craze H Pigskin 621 A.D. Midway 1990 H Pinball Action Tehkan? Tehkan 1986 V * Pioneer Balloon Rock-Ola/S.N.K. 1982 V K Pipe Dream H Pirate Pete N-Taito? Taito 1983 The Pit Konami? Centuri/Konami 1983 V Pitfall II Sega 1986 H Pleaides Phoenix? Midway (Someone posted once that they thought Pleaides had the same pinouts as Phoenix. No one has verified this.) * Plotting Taito 1989 H Pole Position Atari/Namco 1982 H * Pole Position II Atari/Namco 1983 H Popeye Nintendo Nintendo 1982 H (There are 2 versions of Popeye and only the 2 board version matches the rest.) Portman Taito ("Port Man" or "Portman"?) * Power Drift Sega 1988 H (also simulator version with spin and roll) * Powerplay Cinematronics (Soccer game for the Cinemat System) K Psycho Taito (KLOV lists a Psycho Soldier by S.N.K.) Punch Out! Nintendo 1983 H * QB-3 Rock-Ola V (Uses joystick and trackball. Possibly a color vector game.) * Q*bert Gottlieb V Q*bert's Qubes Gottlieb ~1984 V + Qix Taito 1981 V (Uses joystick and 2 buttons) Quantum Atari V XY + Quarterback Leland 1987 V Quartet Sega4 Sega/Sun 1986 H 4P * Race Drivin' Atari Games 1990 H (polygon; available as dedicated or conversion kit for Hard Drivin') * Rad Mobile System32 Sega H (deluxe or upright) * Rail Chase Sega H (magical bench seat - air drive system) Rally Bike Taito 1988 V K Rambo 3 H Rampage Midway 1986 H Red Baron BZone Atari 1980 Vector (When converting from BattleZone, RB needs control rewired and one extra line) * Red Clash V Regulus V Rescue Konami Stern 1983 V (Helicopter game. Uses two joysticks. Left joystick moves helicopter, right controls direction of fire.) Return of the Jedi Atari Games 1984 V * Revolution-X: Music is Midway 1994 H the Weapon (Terminator 2 like game) * Ridge Racer 2 Namco H (2 monitor driving game; drive against computer or head-to-head) Ring King DECO Data East 1985 V (One person has reported having a boardset with 36 pin connector) (DECO uses 44 pins) (aka "King of Boxer") Ring King II Data East 1986 V RoadBlasters System I Atari Games 1987 H * Road Fighter Konami V *+ Road Riot 4wd Atari 1991 H (interlinkable) Road Runner System I Atari Games H Robotron 2084 Williams 1982 H Roc & Rope Konami 1983 H K Rough Ranger Suna H (KLOV lists a "Rough Ranger" from Sharp Image/Capcom) + Rug Rats Nichibutsu 1983 V (Bad ripoff od Dig Dug) Rush 'n Attack Konami Konami 1985 H (Is this really called: Green Beret Rush 'n Attack?) Rygar Tecmo 1986 H Rygar 2? Tehkan? Samurai Taito 1987 Sarge Midway H Satan's Hollow Midway1 Midway 1982 V K Sauro Scramble Konami Stern 1981 V (I thought this was horizontal like Defender.) * Scramble Spirit Sega 1988 Search & Rescue S.N.K. V * Sea Wolf Midway 1976 H (Periscope game) * Senjyo Tehkan 1983 V (Each player needs a joystick and a button) K Shadow Fighters Sega2 Sega 1989 H Shinobi Sega2 Sega 1987 H (Is there another, daughter version, that is JAMMA?) * Shooting Master Sega 1986 H Shoot Out Data East 1985 H * Shuffle Board Midway 1978 V Sinistar Williams 1982 V K Sky Kid Midway2 Namco H (KLOV lists a "Vs. Sky Kid" from Sunsoft 1988.) K Sky Wolf K&G Slap Fight Taito V * Sonic Blast Man Taito H (Actually "Super Sonic Blast Man") (Don actual gloves and punch!) * Smokey Joe Atari 1978 H (Fire truck driving game) * Solar Quest Cinematronics 1981 (Uses Vectorbeam monitor) * Solitaire Challenge H (sold in mini-Dynamo cabinet. Uses trackball with one button on either side) Son Son Capcom H Space Duel AtariV Atari 1981 H Vector,2P Space Dungeon Taito 1982 (John Grigsby, firstname.lastname@example.org, said the boards look like the Qix boards) K Space Fever Nintendo H C Space Invaders O-Taito Taito/Midway 1978 V BnW (Isn't the licensing backwards? I think Taito programmed it and Midway marketed it. The outside of the cabinet says "Midway" in large letters.) (There are two sets of pinouts. There are the Taitio-compatible pinouts and then there are the Midway pinouts.) * Space Odyssey Sega 1981 V Space Panic Universal 1980 * Space Pirates Atari/American Laser H Games (Laser - Similar to "Who Shot Johnny Rock" and "Mad Dog McCree") * Space Wars Cinematronics (Uses Vectorbeam monitor, 1024x768 resolution) (Looks like a reset button in the center and each player gets 5 buttons) * Space Zap Gorf Midway 1980 H Spectar Exidy 1980 H * Speed Buggy Data East/Tatsumi 1986 H (1-monitor or 3-monitors version) Speed Rumbler Capcom V K Spiders Venture Line 1981 V (Did some group called "Sigma" program it?) (left/right and fire button?) (Venture Line Change-A-Game) + Spinal Breakers Amwerican Sammy H (I think this games uses a gun controller) * Splatterhouse Sharp Image/Namco 1989 H Spy Hunter Midway 1983 V * Stadium Cross Sega H (system multi 32 - feat. moving cycle) * StarBlade Namco 1991 H (Cockpit game, similar to Star Wars) Star Castle Cinematronics 1980 H Vector * Starfire Exidy II Star Force Tehkan Tehkan V Stargate Williams 1981 H * Starhawk Cinematronics (Looks like there might be 3 buttons per player) Starship 1 Atari 1977 H BnW (Starship flying game, uses steering wheel controller) Star Trek Sega 1983 Vector Star Wars StarWars Atari 1983 H Vector * St. Dragon Jaleco 1989 H * Steel Gunner Namco 1990 H (Probably JAMMA) (Uses 2 gun controllers) * Steel Talons Atari Games 1991 H (polygon - linkable, 2 screens) * S.T.U.N. Runner Atari Games 1989 H (polygonal graphics) (Driving game with Star Wars-like controller) * Stocker Bally Sente 1984 H (Driving game, Hi/Lo shifter) + Strategy X Stern 1981 H (Joystick moves tank, 1 button to move turret left, 1 button to move turret right, 1P, 2P; joystick may be 4-way) Strike Zone Baseball Leland 1988 H Super Basketball Konami V K Super Bike * Super Bug Kee Games 1977 V (Driving game -- steerting wheel, gas pedal, 1P, 2P) K Super Casino Data Amusements V * Super Chase Taito H (Driving game -- steering wheel, hi/lo shift w/ Turbo button) Super Cobra Konami Stern 1982 V * Super Hang-On Sega 1987 H (Motorcycle driving game w/ motorcycle controller) * Superior Soldiers Irem H (Probably JAMMA) Super Mario Bros. Nintendo 1985 H K Super Masters Sega H (This might match the Sega ro Capcom pinout) * Super Monaco GP Sega 1989 H (also dedicated sit down) * Super Moon Cresta V * Super Off Road Leland 1988 H (three-player driving - software upgrade: "the Track-Pak") (Actually "Ironman Ivan Stewart's Super Off Road") Super Pac-Man Midway/Namco 1982 V C+ Super Spacefortress Macross Fabtek/Banpresto 1992 V (Also has copyright 1982 by Big West) * Super Speed Race Midway 1979 V (Color driving game, steering wheel, gas pedal, hi/lo shift, LEDs for 1st thru 5th place, score and time) * Super Sprint Atari Games 1986 H (three-player driving - sequel to Sprint) Super Volleyball Video System 1989 H (This could be the same JAMMA Atari game with the same title. KLOV listed "Super Volleyball" from Video System 1989) Super Zaxxon Zaxxon Sega 1982 V Tag Team Wrestling Technos/Data East 1984 V * Tailgunner Cinematronics H (Vector graphics? Blue graphics on white screen) * Tail Gunner 2 Exidy II H (Vector graphics? White graphics on blue screen) (Flyer says it's a sequel to Starfire, but the graphics sure do look like Tailgunner's) * Tank Kee Games 1974 Targ Exidy 1980 H + Task Force Harrier American Sammy Corp. 1989 V Tazmania Konami V Team Quarterback, John Leland 1988 V Elway's * Tehkan World Cup Tecmo/Tehkan 1986 H (announced by Tecmo, but marquee with the old name Tehkan) * Tekken Namco 1994 H (Probably JAMMA) Tempest Atari 1980 V Vector * Terminator 2: Judgement Midway/Acclaim 1991 H Day (Probably JAMMA) + Terra Cresta Sega/Gremlin V (One source listed Terra Cresta as being from Nichibutsu) ("is originally a Nichibutsu game dated 1986. Here, in italy, I've never seen a Sega-Gremlin version.") K+ Thunder Cross Konami 1989 H Tiger Heli Romstar 1986 V (One source listed Tiger Heli as being from Taito. Probably Taito/Romstar) Time Pilot Konami? Centuri/Konami 1982 V (joystick plus 1 Fire button, 1P, 2P) Time Pilot '84 Konami Konami 1984 V (conversion kit -- from Time Pilot, Gyruss, and Track & Field?) (joystick plus 2 buttons) K Tip Top Sega TNK III S.N.K. 1985 V Tokio Romstar 1983 V Toobin' Toobin Atari Games 1988 V (email@example.com believes these are CPU board swaps. Toobin' /-> Xybots /-> Vindicators Gregg Woodcock might have concurred.) * Top Gun Midway (This may be a machanical game. Has mechanical scoring like old pinball machines, and says it features a hologram target. It's hard to tell if there is a horizontally mounted monitor in it or not. Uses a rifle controller.) K+ Tough Turf Sega 1986 H (I also have info that says, "Tough Turf, Sunsoft, 1988, H") + Tournament Cyberball 2072 Atari Games 1989 H (Two monitor, double cabinet, angled, up to 4 players) (Video Connection lists this as JAMMA) Track & Field Konami Centuri/Konami H (one control panel input is different) + Trojan Romstar/Capcom 1986 H Tron Midway1 Midway 1982 V (All these games in the Midway1 conversion class all have really close pinouts, but the controls are mostly different.) Tumble Pop Data East/Leprechaun 1991 H * Turbo Sega 1981 V (This is *not* Turbo OutRun) * Turbo OutRun Sega 1988 H (dedicated sit down - sequel of "OutRun") Turtles Konami Stern/Konami 1981 V (One 4-way joystick with one Bug Bomb button on either side. Bug bomb buttons double as 1P and 2P buttons) (Frogger clone) (This does *not* look like a Frogger clone) + Tutankham Konami Stern/Konami 1982 H (what is different in the Konami pinout?) (One person believes it to be vertical) C Two Tigers Midway1 Midway 1984 H U.F.O. Robo Dangar Nichibutsu V * UniWar.S Irem V (Classic-looking arcade game, space shoot 'em up, probably has same controls as Phoenix or Galaga [left/right and fire at least) K Valtric Jaleco V Vanguard Centuri 1982 V (One source lists Vanguard as being from S.N.K. Was it released a second time and licensed to S.N.K.?) Vanguard II Centuri/S.N.K. V K Vapor Trail Data East V Venture Exidy 1980 H Vindicators Toobin Atari Games 1988 H Vindicators Part II Gauntlet Atari Games 1990 H (Used all sockets on the Gauntlet board and needed control panel change for tank controls. Contains 10 of the original 14 Vindicators levels. T-shirt contest removed.) * Virtua Fighter Sega H * Virtua Fighter 2 Sega 1994 H (Both Virtua Fighters probably JAMMA) * Virtua Racing Sega 1992 H Vulgus Capcom V (KLOV lists Vulgus as being from Konami) War of the Bugs Compost Designs (I believe the KLOV lists this as "War of the Insects") * Warp Warp Rock-Ola/Namco 1981 V (Uses 4-way joystick and one button) K Western Express Data East H * Who Shot Johnny Rock Atari/American Laser H Games (Laser - Sequel of "Mad Dog McCree") * Wild Western Taito 1982 H? (Uses 8-way joystick, revolving knob, and one button) * Wing War Sega 1994 H (Cockpit flying game, 2 monitors, 2 seats) * Winner Midway H (Uses Solid State T.V., two rotary control knobs -- probably one for left hand and one for right hand) * Winning Run Namco 1989 H (moveable sit down - polygon) * Wizard of Wor Gorf Midway H K Wood Place Inc 1985 Wonder Boy Sega H ("Wonderboy" or "Wonder Boy"?) World Series - The Season Cinematronics 1985 H (KLOV also lists "World Series Baseball" by Cinematronics and "World Series" by Leland) Wrestle War Sega2 Sega 1989 V Xenophobe Midway 1987 H * Xevious Atari V Xybots Toobin Atari Games 1987 H Yie Ar Kung Fu Konami Konami 1985 H Zarzon Taito V Zaxxon Zaxxon Sega/Gremlin 1982 V (Zaxxon joystick, fire button on left and right, 1P, 2P) * Zero Team U.S.A. Fabtek H (Probably JAMMA) * Zodiack Esco Trading Co. V (Looks like a classic arcade-style space shoot -em up like Asteroids. I don't know what kind of controller(s) it es.) * Zwackery Midway 1985 Other notes: "Sega System 24 with the Disk Drive System runs Gain Ground, Hot Rod and Crackdown. Super Masters was a limited production release."