Arcade system board
An arcade system board is a dedicated computer system created for the purpose of running video arcade games. Arcade system boards typically consist of a main system board with any number of supportin...
CP System III
The CP System III (CPシステムIII, shīpī shisutemu surī) or CPS-3 is an arcade system board that was first used by Capcom in 1996 with the arcade game Red Earth. It was the second successor to the ...
Williams Pinball Controller
The Williams Pinball Controller (WPC) is an arcade system board used for several pinball games designed by Williams and Midway (under the Bally name) between 1990 and early 1999. It is the successor t...
Konami GX
Konami GX is an arcade system board introduced in 1994 by Konami.
Bemani System 573 Analog
Bemani System 573 Analog is an arcade system board based on the PSX-based System 573 hardware by Konami. The hardware was used exclusively for Konami's Bemani series of music video game arcades, most ...
Japan Amusement Machinery Manufacturers Association
Japan Amusement Machine and Marketing Association, Inc. (一般社団法人日本アミュ一ズメントマシン協会) (formerly Japan Amusement Machinery Manufacturers Association (社団法人日本アミューズメントマシン工業協会)), often known as JAMMA, is a trade...
SuperPin
SuperPin is the name given to any of the widebody pinball games released by Williams and Midway (under the Bally name) between 1993 and late-1994.Aside from the widebody playfield (being almost as wid...
Pinball 2000
Pinball 2000 is the last pinball hardware and software platform developed by major pinball manufacturer Williams, and was used in the machines Revenge From Mars (under the brand name Bally) and Star W...
Mystic Warriors-based hardware
Mystic Warriors-based hardware is an arcade system board used by Konami on several of its 1993 fighting games. Since Konami did not use the word system on most of its arcade hardware, its arcade games...
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Irem M-107
Irem M-107 is an arcade system board introduced in 1993 by Irem.
Midway T Unit
The Midway T Unit is an arcade system board designed by Midway and successor to the Midway Y Unit.
Mortal Kombat II uses the DCS Sound System (ADSP2105 @ 10 MHz and a DMA-driven DAC).
PolyGame Master
The PolyGame Master (PGM) is an arcade system board released in 1997 by the Taiwanese company IGS. The PGM was developed in order to compete with the likes of SNK's Neo Geo MVS system in Taiwan. It wa...
List of Sega arcade system boards
The following is a list of arcade system boards released by Sega. For games running on these system boards, see List of Sega arcade games.
Sega Blockade was Sega's first unified arcade system boar...
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Irem M-92
Irem M-92 is an arcade system board introduced in 1991 by Irem.
R-360
The R-360 is an arcade cabinet produced by Sega. The arcade cabinet has two axes of movement, allowing the player to rotate freely as the cabinet mimics the in-game action, including turning the cabin...
Konami GX400
Konami GX400 is an arcade system board by Konami that made its debut in 1985.
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Kick harness
The kick harness, also known as the extra harness or plus harness, is a set of additional connectors that allow arcade PCBs to have extra inputs beyond what the JAMMA wiring standard allows. A typica...
DECO Cassette System
The DECO Cassette System was introduced in December 1980 by Data East. It was the first standardised arcade system that allowed arcade owners to change games.The arcade owner would buy a base cabinet...
PlayChoice-10
PlayChoice-10 is an arcade machine which can consist of as many as 10 different games previously available only on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) home console. The games for this system are ...
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EX-BOARD
eX-BOARD is an arcade system board released in 2008 by the Japanese company Examu.
Atari System
Atari System refers to two arcade system boards introduced in 1984 for use in various arcade games from Atari Games. Two versions of the board were released, Atari System 1 and Atari System 2. Each of...
Video game arcade cabinet
A video game arcade cabinet, also known as a video arcade machine or video coin-op, is the housing within which a video arcade game's hardware resides. Most cabinets designed since the mid-1980s confo...
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Nintendo Super System
The Nintendo Super System is an arcade system used to preview Super NES games in the U.S. It is essentially the Super NES hardware with a menu interface that—similar to Nintendo's PlayChoice-10 hardwa...
Sega Aurora
Sega Aurora is a highly integrated hardware platform that Sega Sammy developed to power amusement devices like their pachinko/pachislot machine displays and arcade games and to also be sublicensed to ...