Assa (phoenix bootleg, different music)

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EMU Infos
dumper Lorenzo Fongaro, f205v
date 29/01/2022
PCB Infos
name 1746
description Assa (phoenix bootleg, different music)
year 1981
manufacturer Matto


Technical references


QTY Type clock position function
1x TPM8085AP main PCB ic9 8-bit Microprocessor - main
1x MN6221AB main PCB ic49 Melody-Alarm Generator - sound (Internal ROM not dumped)
2x LM324 - main PCB ic46, ic52 Quad Operational Amplifier - sound
1x LM380 - main PCB ic43 Audio Amplifier - sound
1x oscillator 11.0000MHz ROMs PCB 8B


QTY Type position status
12x D2716 ROMs PCB 0-11 dumped
2x DM74S287N main PCB ic40, ic41 dumped


QTY Type position
6x F2114L2DC ROMs PCB ic25,ic27,ic41-ic44
2x SY2114L-3 ROMs PCB ic26,ic28


QTY Type position status


1x 18x2 edge connector (main PCB)
2x 50 pins flat cable connectors from main PCB to ROMs PCB (CN1,CN2)
1x trimmer (volume)(main PCB VR1)
1x 8 DIP switches bank (main PCB ic11)


main PCB is marked: "assa 811" and "PL-01" on component side
ROMs PCB is marked: "PL-02" on component side
main PCB is labelled: "N.208" on component side
partially working

label format is:
| 09 - 811 | -> ROM number - game number

The background music is "Greensleeves" (google it). The only difference I can see from a "normal" Phoenix PCB is the MN6221AB instead of the MN6221AA.
Same music as Phoenix (Amstar, different music)

update 20220217: complete dump, including PROMs.
from Osso: This is the same as Phoenix (Assa, Spanish bootleg) with only copyright modification. Added note in MAME source code.



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