40-0 - Forty-Love

The Arcade PCB by Taito Corp.

40-0 - Forty-Love screenshot

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Arcade PCB

40-0 - Forty-Love © 1984 Taito.


A tennis game from Taito.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Runs on Taito's "40-0" hardware.
This is a four board system - Main, Video, ROM, and Sound boards.

Main Board Number : J1100004A / K1100010A
Sound Board Number : J1100005A / K1100011A
Video Board Number : J1100008A / K1100025A
ROM Board Number : J9100005A / K9100008A
Prom Stickers : A30

Main Board :
NEC D780C-1 (Z80) (@ 4 Mhz)
Motorola M68705P5S (@ 3.072 Mhz)
Mitsubishi M5517P SRAM chip
Fujitsu MB14241 ??? chip
Fujitsu MB81416-10 DRAM chips
TD62003P (lamps/LEDs driver)
xtal (@ 8MHz)
(3x) 8-way DSW

Sound Board :
NEC D780C-1 (Z80) (@ 4 Mhz)
Mitsubishi M5517P SRAM chip
Yamaha YM2149
OKI M5232
Fujitsu MB3731 Audio amp
xtal (@ 8MHz)

Video Board :
(4x) AMD AM93422 RAM chips
(2x) Mitsubishi M5517P SRAM chips
(6 x) Mitsubishi M53357P (=LS157)
xtal (@ 18.432MHz)

Screen Orientation: Horizontal
Screen Resolution: 256 x 224 pixels.
Refresh rate: 60Hz
Palette colours: 256

Players: 2
Control: 4-way joystick
Buttons: 4

TRIVIA

Even if titlescreen says 1984, Forty-Love was released in January 1985 in Japan.

A HiLo All-08A was used to program the game.

SOURCES
Game's ROM.

Page last modified on July 02, 2013