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(Update 22. September 2007)





Warrior
(Cinematronics/Vectorbeam 1979)

[ Game Info | Pictures | Manuals/Datasheets | Repair/Restore | ROMs | Reproductions/Spares | Mixed Stuff ]

NEW: Page created 22. Sep. 2007
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Game Info
Overview - Warrior

Description - To be added


Cabinet Types - Upright (1979)

PCB(s) - To be added

Monitor -
The Monitor is a Vectorbeam 19" B/W monitor

Clones/Bootlegs  - 
not known

Prototypes  -  not known

Other Links
» Warrior on K.L.O.V. ( The "Killer" List of Video Games) - www.klov.com
» Warrior on Arcadeflyers - www.arcadeflyers.com
» Upright  - [link]
» Monitor Vectorbeam 19" - [link]
» 




Manuals/Datasheets/Technical Info

» Operation & Maintenance Manual incl. Schematics  - [ link ]
» Datasheets for electronic components -


Repair/Restore

Repair Tips
» Cinematronics History (Steve Ozdemir) - [ link ]
» Cinematronics Monitor Repair (Zonn Moore) - [ link ]
» Cinematronics Monitor FAQ V0.96 (McClintock) - [ link ]
» Details on ROM Placement (Zonn Moore) - [ link ]
» Howto read 9316 Mask ROMs (Andy Warren) - [ link ]
» CCPU Tester Schematics (Courtesy of David Fish) - Schematics Layout Cables Description



Restore Pages

»

Artwork
»
Picture of the Sideart (Al Warner) - [ link ]




ROMs (EPROM/PROM
) - from www.ionpool.net

ROMs are only for restoring boards back to life, not to use them on any emulator!!!
» CCPU PROMs - 6 x 74S288 -  [ link ]
» Warrior ROMs - 4 x 2716 -  [ link ]
»



Reproductions/Spares/Improvements

Spares - Generally have a look at the "Link Collection" section to find sources. I can help out with single electronic items, if you don't find them elsewhere. A non conclusive List is in the "Electronics / Parts" section.
Reproductions - I don't know of specific reproductions for this machine. Maybe this has changed. Have a look in the "Link Collection" section:
» not known yet

Improvements/Add-ons

» CCPU Upgrade to 2732 EPROMs (Moore, McClintock) - [ link ]




Mixed Stuff


» The unofficial Cinematronics Home Page by Zonn Moore (History, Tech Info, Emulator)  - http://zonn.com/Cinematronics/
» Tim Skelly's History of Cinematronics and Vectorbeam (originally posted June 1, 1999)  - http://www.dadgum.com/giantlist/archive/cinematronics.html




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