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Sega G80

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The Sega G80 is an arcade system produced by Sega in 1981. There are two versions of the G80 — one that displays raster graphics and one that displays vector graphics.

Specifications

  • Main CPU: Z80 @ 3.86712 MHz
  • Sound: some combination of the following (depending on the game)
    • Pure discrete sound
    • Speech board, with Intel 8035 + GI SP0250 speech synthesis chip
    • USB board, with Intel 8035 and hacked up tone generation with timers and dacs for volume.
  • Video resolution: 256 x 224 (raster version)
  • Board composition: one board

List of Games (Raster Version)

List of Games (Vector Version)

Sega Arcade Boards
Originating in Arcades
8080-based Sega Blockade hardware | Sega VIC Dual
Z80-based Sega VIC Dual | Sega G80 | VCO Object | Sega Zaxxon hardware | Sega LaserDisc hardware | Sega Appoooh hardware | Sega Gigas hardware | Sega Sharp Shooter hardware | Sega Space Position hardware
Sega Shooting Zone System (MAME alias for Sega Sharp Shooter Hardware; which name is correct?)
Custom Z80 boards (TODO the only one left is Bank Panic which needs to be handled differently; it's by Sanritsu and runs on the same hardware as Combat Hawk)
System series: Sega System 1 | Sega System 2
68000-based System series: Pre-System 16 hardware | Sega System 16 | Sega System 24 | Sega System 18 | Sega System C/C2
Super Scaler series: Sega Hang-On hardware | Sega OutRun hardware | Sega X Board | Sega Y Board
NEC V60/V70-based System & Super Scaler series: Sega System 32
Model series: Sega Model 1
i960-based Sega Model 2
PowerPC-based Sega Model 3
SuperH-based Sega NAOMI | Sega Hikaru | Sega NAOMI 2
Based on Home Hardware
SG-1000-based SG-1000-based Arcade Hardware
Master System-based Sega System E
Mega Drive-based Mega-Tech | Sega System C/C2 | Mega Play | High Seas Havoc special board
Saturn-based Sega Titan Video (ST-V)
Dreamcast-based Sega NAOMI | Sega Aurora | Atomiswave
Xbox-based Sega Chihiro
GameCube-based Triforce
PC-based Sega Lindbergh | Sega Europa-R | Sega RingEdge | Sega RingWide | Sega RingEdge 2 | Nu