List of Undocumented Discrete Logic Arcade Games

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This page lists undocumented, undumped and/or unemulated discrete logic arcade machines (primarily video arcade machines) - those that lack CPUs - for which we need to obtain schematics, high definition PCB photos, ROM dumps, and/or PCBs themselves to properly simulate the games in MAME.

As machines are simulated and added to MAME, they will be added to the Documented list. If you think there's a game missing from this list, please check that first!

This page is currently a work-in-progress.

Contents

A1 Amusement Products[edit]

ACA[edit]

Advanced Automation Associates[edit]

AEA[edit]

Aethergon[edit]

Alca Electronics[edit]

  • Battleground (bootleg of Fun Games' Tankers) (1975?)
  • Ping Pong

Allied Leisure[edit]

Amalgamated Enterprises[edit]

Amalgamated Industries[edit]

Amusement Technology[edit]

Amutronics Inc.[edit]

Arizona Automation[edit]

Artic / ATW[edit]

Assembly Services Corp.[edit]

Atari[edit]

Atari / Horror Games[edit]

Atari / Kee Games[edit]

Atari Europe[edit]

Atari France[edit]

Aunger[edit]

BAC Electronics[edit]

Bailey International[edit]

Bally[edit]

Bally Continental[edit]

Bellini[edit]

BEM (Bigliardini Elettronici Milano)[edit]

Bo Mak Electronics[edit]

Bristol Industries[edit]

Brookhaven National Laboratory[edit]

Brunswick[edit]

C.E.A. (Costruzioni Elettroniche Automatiche)[edit]

Can-Am Entertainment / Grand Slam Games[edit]

Century Consolidated[edit]

Cherry Leisure / Cherry Företagen[edit]

Chicago Coin[edit]

Cinematronics[edit]

Competitive Video[edit]

Computer Games Inc.[edit]

Dassì[edit]

Data East[edit]

Digital Games[edit]

Diversified Entertainment[edit]

Domino[edit]

Dr.-Ing. Reiner Foerst GmbH[edit]

E & E Automaten[edit]

E.G. Felaco[edit]

Edcoe Mfg. & Service Co.[edit]

Elcon Industries[edit]

Electra Games[edit]

Electrocoin Inc.[edit]

Electromotion[edit]

  • Compact (cabinet?) - flyer in 6/75 Play Meter
  • Electro-Fun 401
  • Electromotion IV
  • Pong?
  • unnamed remote control Pong game - Vending Times 7/74
  • Vidkit 1 - Vending Times 5/74

Exidy[edit]

F.lli Bertolino[edit]

Fascination / National Computer System[edit]

Ferranti International plc[edit]

Fiberglass[edit]

For-Play Manufacturing Co.[edit]

Fuji Enterprise[edit]

Fun Games[edit]

Galett[edit]

Gametech[edit]

Goldmatic[edit]

Gremlin[edit]

HAL Computer[edit]

Hoei[edit]

Hunter[edit]

Imaginative Game Machines Corp.[edit]

  • Wall Games (197?) (this is a catch-all category for all wall games mfg. by Imaginative Game Machines Corp., we need to determine the names of these games. Clue came from a Kurz-Kasch manual.)

Independent Entertainment Company, Inc.[edit]

International Consolidated Industries[edit]

IPM / Irem[edit]

JRW Electronics[edit]

Kasco Distributing Co.[edit]

Katari[edit]

  • Breakout (bootleg, 1977)

Kitronix[edit]

Kyu Boueki[edit]

Kyugo[edit]

Leijac[edit]

Leisure & Allied Industries (LAI Games)[edit]

Leisure Sports Systems, Inc.[edit]

  • American '76 Cocktail Table (cabinet) - 1975

Leisuretec[edit]

  • Touchball - 02/75 Play Meter (shown at 1974 Incomat show in Vienna)

Löwen-Automaten[edit]

Magnetic Corporation of America[edit]

Major Manufacturers[edit]

  • Fascination (1975) (released?) - related to Fascination 500? (Fascination / National Computer System)
  • Lunar Module (1975) (released?) - related to Lunar Module? (International Consolidated Industries)

Marquin[edit]

  • Marquin Tables (197?) (this is suspected to be a catch-all category for all Pong-type cocktail games mfg. by Marquin, we need to determine the names of these games. Clue came from a Kurz-Kasch manual.) - http://forums.arcade-museum.com/showthread.php?t=310489
  • Tankers (197?)

Meadows[edit]

Micronetics[edit]

Midway[edit]

Milwaukee Coin Industries (MCI)[edit]

Mirco[edit]

M.L. Electronics[edit]

Model Racing[edit]

Murrey & Sons Inc.[edit]

  • unnamed video and wall ball-and-paddle games - ca. 1976

Namco[edit]

National Entertainment Co.[edit]

Nichibutsu (Nihon Bussan)[edit]

Nihon Vending[edit]

Nintendo[edit]

NSM[edit]

Nutting Associates[edit]

Olympia[edit]

Omori[edit]

Performance Enterprises Inc. (PEI)[edit]

  • All Star Passing (197?) (wall game)
  • Daredevil Jumpers (wall game)
  • Dart Game (1974) (wall game)
  • Handball (wall game)
  • Jai Alai (wall game)
  • Motorcycle Race (197?) (wall game)
  • Pachinko (197?) (pachinko)
  • Par 90 Golf (197?) (wall game)
  • Quarter Horses (wall game)

PMC Electronics[edit]

Pong Enterprises Ltd.[edit]

Pro Games Inc. (PGI)[edit]

Project Support Engineering (PSE)[edit]

R.D.M. Associates[edit]

  • Challenger conversion kit - 1975
  • Showdown conversion kit - 1975
  • Super Pro - 1975 - 6/75 Play Meter
  • TV Basketball conversion kit - 1975

Ramtek[edit]

René Pierre[edit]

Sanders Associates[edit]

See-Fun (Seeburg)[edit]

Seeburg[edit]

Seevend Automaten[edit]

Sega[edit]

Seletron[edit]

Semcor[edit]

Shoei[edit]

Sofadis[edit]

Sonic[edit]

Sun Electronics / Gifu Tokki Co. Ltd.[edit]

Taito[edit]

Taito do Brasil[edit]

TBM[edit]

Technical Design Corp.[edit]

  • CT-4 (Tennis) - 1975 - flyer in 4/75 Play Meter
  • CT-4S (Tennis & Soccer) - 1975 - flyer in 6/75 Play Meter
  • CT-4SH (Tennis, Soccer, & Hockey) - 1975 - flyer in 6/75 Play Meter
  • Whiz IV

Television Game Automat[edit]

Turtle[edit]

U.S. Billiards[edit]

United Billiards Inc. (U.B.I.)[edit]

United Games[edit]

United States Marketing[edit]

Universal[edit]

Universal Research Laboratories (URL) / Control Sales / Venture Technology Incorporated (VTI)[edit]

Urban Industries[edit]

  • Horoscope (197?)
  • Wall Games (197?) (this is a catch-all category for all wall games mfg. by Urban Industries, we need to determine the names of these games. Clue came from a Kurz-Kasch manual.)

Vale-Automaten-Import BV[edit]

Vendex Corp.[edit]

Venture Line[edit]

Video Games GmbH[edit]

Video Games Inc.[edit]

  • Gyro-Pong (dev by ML/MLA Electronics?) (1973? 1975? flyer in 03/75 Play Meter)

VideoPlay International[edit]

Video Tennis Inc.[edit]

Video Vend Computer Games Pty. Ltd.[edit]

Volly Industries[edit]

Westlake Systems[edit]

Williams[edit]

World Vending[edit]

World Wide Distributors[edit]

  • (TV Cocktail) Hockey (197?)

World Wide Video Enterprises (WWE)[edit]

  • Hockey - 1976 - flyer in 4/76 Play Meter
  • Soccer Trio
  • The Six Pack - 1976 - Vending Times 9/76

Zaccaria[edit]

"blue sky operators" sales companies[edit]

[Unknown][edit]