Crazy Balls (TTL)

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EMU Infos
dumper f205v
date 13/04/2020
emulator MAME 0.222
dev Osso
PCB Infos
name crazybal on ProgettoEMMA
crazybal on Arcade Database
description Crazy Balls [TTL]
year 1978
manufacturer Electronic Games Systems

Contents

Technical references

CPUs

QTY Type clock position function
1x oscillator 27.025 main PCB 4a

ROMs

QTY Type position status
6x Sn74S287N main PCB 1,2,4,5,5,6 dumped
1x Sn74S287N sub PCB 3 dumped

RAMs

QTY Type position
2x TMS4043NL-1 main PCB 1e,2e

PLDs

QTY Type position status
0x

Others

1x 6x2 edge connector (main PCB)
1x 22x2 edge connector (sub PCB)
1x 22x2 edge connector from main PCB to sub PCB
2x trimmer (main PCB e11,e12)
1x trimmer (sub PCB 1q)

Notes

main PCB is marked: "EGS 113 [S]" on component side
sub PCB is marked: "EGS 114 [S]" on component side
The only reference I can find for this game is at Italian Coin-op Videogames Zone


update 20200501: Thanks to Wiz we have a pic for the control panel + in game. Wiz says: "Black keyboard on the right side was used to input letters when player achieved top score. We are not sure about how many letters could be entered, but for sure it was more than 3. The top score was shown on bottom center of the screen where "CAMPION NAME" (on the bezel) can be seen."

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