Galaxian 3 [GH-28 model]

The Video Game PCB by NAMCO, Ltd.

DESCRIPTION

Not emulated in MAME [ARCADE] Video Game PCB

Galaxian 3 © 1990 Namco.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

PICTURE :
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Galaxian 3 [GH-28 model] the  Video Game PCB
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[GH-28 model]

This machine had a 360 degrees display using 16 projectors each being 120 inches diagonally and seated 28 people simultaneously in a hydraulic gaming arena.

TRIVIA

This arcade game was a Japanese theme park attraction which debuted in April 1990, four years later the arcade version was released.

Only two GH-28 units are known to exist: one at Osaka, Japan (1990, closed in March 2001) and one in Kanagawa, Japan (1993, removed in 1997).

UPDATES

The two known units has two different revisions:
M8774B
M8774D

SERIES

1. Galaxian (1979)
2. Galaga (1981)
3. Gaplus (1984) : also known in the USA as "Galaga 3"
4. Galaga '88 (1987)
5. Galaxian 3 Theatre 6 - Project Dragoon (1990)
6. Galaxian 3 Theatre 6 J2 - Attack Of The Zolgear (1994)
7. Galaga Arrangement (1995) : part of "Namco Classics Collection Vol.1"
8. Galaga - Destination Earth (2000, GBA, PC CD-ROM and PlayStation)
9. Galaga Arrangement (2005, PSP) : part of "Namco Museum Battle Collection"
10. Galaga Remix (2007, Wii) : part of "Namco Museum Remix"
11. Galaga Legions (2008, XBLA)
12. Galaga Legions DX (2010, PSN, XBLA)
13. Galaga 3D Impact (2011, Nintendo 3DS) : part of "Pac-Man & Galaga Dimensions"

SOURCES
Game's map (goodies).

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