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Sega Appoooh hardware

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Fast facts on Sega Appoooh hardware
Manufacturer: Sega
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade
World
1984-06  ?




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Sega Appoooh hardware was an arcade system designed for Appoooh. It was also used with Robo Wres 2001.

Technical Speficiations

Sega Appoooh Specifications

  • CPU: Zilog Z80 @ 3.072 MHz (0.44544 MIPS)
  • Sound chips:
    • PSG chips: 3× SN76496 @ 3.072 MHz
    • ADPCM sampling chips: Oki MSM5205 @ 384 kHz, Resonator @ 384 kHz
  • RAM: 7.9375 KB (8128 bytes)[1]
    • Main: 4 KB (4096 bytes)
    • Video: 4032 bytes (1984 bytes video, 64 bytes sprites, 1984 bytes color)
  • Resolution: 256×224 (display), 256×256 (overscan)[1]
  • Colors: 512[2]

Robo Wres Specifications

Robo Wres 2001 featured the following upgrades in 1986:[1]

  • Board composition: Main board + Video board
  • CPU: NEC D315-5179 (Z80) @ 3.072 MHz (0.44544 MIPS)
  • GPU: Sega PAL chipset @ 18.432 MHz (315-5054, 315-5053, 315-5203)
  • RAM: 40 KB, including 38 KB high-speed SRAM (100 ns latency)

List of Games

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 https://github.com/mamedev/mame/blob/master/src/mame/drivers/appoooh.c
  2. http://mamedb.com/game/appoooh
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