Pipe Dream

The Arcade PCB by Video System Co., Ltd.

Pipe Dream screenshot

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Arcade PCB

Pipe Dream © 1990 Video System.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Main CPU : Zilog Z80 (@ 6 Mhz)
Sound CPU : Zilog Z80 (@ 3.5795 Mhz)
Sound Chips : Yamaha YM2610 (@ 8 Mhz)

Players : 2
Control : 8-way joystick
Buttons : 2

TRIVIA

Pipe Dream was released in October 1990 in Japan.

This arcade game is a port from an original computer game released by LucasArts in 1989 on the Atari ST (known as "Pipe Mania" in Europe).

STAFF

Sound composer : Naoki Itamura
Sound FX : K. Okuda

PORTS

CONSOLES:
japan Nintendo Game Boy (jul.3, 1990) "Pipe Dream [Model DMG-PDA]"
usa Nintendo Game Boy (sept.1990) "Pipe Dream [Model DMG-PD-USA]"
usa Nintendo NES (sept.1990) "Pipe Dream [Model NES-4P]"
Nintendo NES australia (1991)
japan Nintendo Super Famicom (aug.7, 1992) "Pipe Dream [Model SHVC-PP]"
europe Sony PlayStation (mar.30, 2001) "Pipemania 3D [Model SLES-03400]"
usa Sony PlayStation (oct.23, 2001) "Pipe Dreams 3D [Model SLUS-01409]"
japan Sony PlayStation (june.13, 2002) "Pipe Dreams 3D [World Greatest Hits] [Model SLPM-87045]"
japan Sony PlayStation [PSOne Classics] (mar.28, 2012) "Pipe Dreams 3D [World Greatest HIts]"

NOTE: The Sony PlayStion port is a 3D version.

COMPUTERS:
Commodore Amiga usa (1989)
europe Commodore Amiga (1989) "Pipe Mania"
usa Commodore C64 europe (1989) "Pipe Mania"
PC [MS-DOS] usa (1989)
Sam Coupe europe (1990) by Enigma
europe Amstrad CPC (1990) "Pipe Mania"
japan NEC PC 8801 (1991)
NEC PC 9801 japan
PC [MS Windows 3.x] usa (1991) "Microsoft Entertainment Pack 2" : re-released in 1994 as part of "The Best of Microsoft Entertainment Pack")
japan Sharp X68000 (nov.13, 1992)
Apple Macintosh usa (oct.2001)

SOURCES
Game's ROMs.
Game's screenshots.

Page last modified on September 19, 2016