High Rollers

The Video Game PCB by Enter-Tech, Ltd.

High Rollers screenshot

Not emulated in MAME

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Video Game PCB

High Rollers © 1983 Enter-Tech [ETM].


High Rollers is an adaptation of Enter-Tech's El Grande for markets that did not allow 'card games'.

Instead of cards, 4 different shapes were used each one representing a card 'suit'. On each shape was a number that represented the card's denomination.

Each shape rolled out from the left side of the screen. The game play was like the company's earlier El Grande poker game.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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High Rollers the  Video Game PCB
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(members only)
This game used the same board and cabinet as the El Grande poker game.
CPU - 6502

Gaphics - character based using a 6845. Color was 8-bit (256 color) output from a 32 color palette burned into a bi-polar PROM.

Audio - AY-3-8910

STAFF

Software written by: Paul Walters
Graphics by: Barb Ultis

Page last modified on September 19, 2015