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ATARI SYSTEM 1 HARDWARE
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HARDWARE DESCRIPTION
Main PCB : A043096 SYS I LSI MAIN
Main CPU : MC68010L8 [DIP] @ 7.159090 MHz
Sound CPU : M6502 @ 1.789772 MHz
Sound chip : YM2151 @ 3.579545 MHz, 2 x Pokey @ 1.789772 MHz, TMS5220 @ 625 KHz
Main Rom : 136032
Protection Chip : Slapstic 137412-1** F.A.Q.
Video resoution : 336 x 240
Board composition : Board and Game Cartridge
Emulators : MAME


KNOWN ATARI SYSTEM 1 GAME LIST
Asteroids
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
Marble Madness
Peter Pack Rat
Relief Pitcher
Road Blasters
Road Runner


Asteroids
198? (Prototype)
No images available
Prequels : Asteroids (1979) - Asteroids Deluxe (1980)
Sequels : Blasteroids (1987) - Blasteroids (With Heads) (1987)
 

Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
Lucasfilm / Atari - 1985
Slapstic : 137412-105
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
Flyers : Normal Flyer - Japan Flyer
Magazine reviews : C+VG Dec '85
 

Marble Madness
1984
Slapstic : 137412-103
Marble Madness Marble Madness
Flyers : Normal Flyer
Magazine reviews : C+VG Mar '85
Sequel : Marble Madness 2 / Marble Man (1991)
 

Peter Pack Rat
1984
Slapstic : 137412-107
Peter Pack Rat Peter Pack Rat
Flyers : Normal Flyer - Other Flyer
Magazine reviews : C+VG Nov '85
 

Relief Pitcher
198? (Prototype)
No images available
 

Road Blasters
1987
Slapstic : 137412-110
PCB : A043969 SYSTEM I LSI CART 4
ROM : 136048
Other Chips : 8713, 137415-101 [28pin DIP, B5/D5/F5/H5]
Road Blasters Road Blasters
Flyers : Normal Flyer
Magazine reviews : YS Aug '87 - YS Sep '87
 

Road Runner
1985
Slapstic : 137412-108
PCB : A043466 SYSTEM I LSI CART 3
ROM : 136040
Other Chips : 8551, 137415-101 [28pin DIP, B5/D5/F5/H5]
Road Runner Road Runner
Notes : 2 Prototypes existed before the game was finally produced on System 1 hardware...
1st : (From Jet-X) Originally developed as a laserdisc game, and was far along in development, and a laserdisc does in fact exist. But after the problems exhibited by Firefox with reliability etc. it was abandoned and done as a raster game instead, I know Dave Ralston was associated with this title.
2nd : Used Return of the Jedi's hardware, Ed Logg's original "Road Runner" coin-op, which ended up in a different format on System 1.
Flyers : Normal Flyer
 

 

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