Max RPM [No. 0C75]

The Video Game PCB by Bally Midway Mfg. Co.

Max RPM [No. 0C75] screenshot

DESCRIPTION

Emulated in MAME ! [ARCADE] Video Game PCB

Max RPM © 1986 Bally Midway.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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Max RPM [No. 0C75] the  Video Game PCB
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Bally Midway MCR 3 hardware
[No. 0C75]

Main CPU : Zilog Z80 (@ 5 Mhz)
Sound CPU : Motorola M6809 (@ 2 Mhz)
Sound Chips : DAC

Screen orientation : Horizontal
Video resolution : 512 x 480 pixels
Screen refresh : 30.00 Hz
Palette colors : 64

Players : 2
Control : paddle
Buttons : 2

TRIVIA

Released in April 1986.

Max RPM is known best for its split-screen play.

This game was an experiment to see if the current, non-scrolling, non-scaling 2-D hardware could be used to simulate the first-person driving effects seen in other games of the period.

STAFF

Lead Programmer: Tom Leon
Artist / Animator : Brian Colin

SOURCES
Game's ROM.
Machine's picture.

Page last modified on August 06, 2011