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#1 santosp OFFLINE  

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Posted Sun Mar 10, 2019 3:21 PM

Hello.  :)
 
Before some time ago, I was design and built some prototype printed circuit boards, for the Jaguar.
 
The special thing with them, is that they can handle 2 different games up to 2mb each. Of course can store the settings and progress of each game, independently.
The transition between the 2 games, is made possible by the presence of a microswitch on the side of the board.
 
Because as I said is in prototype stage, I have make some corrections on pcb, which have to do mainly with the serial eeprom.
You can see these on the pictures below.
 
Otherwise, the pcb has the exact dimensions of the original, and it applies perfectly to the plastic shell of the cartridge.
 
So I have some pieces available for sale, for 10$ each.
 
Shipping cost as simple mail w/o track, will be 2$ more.
 
Each of them comes altered, including 2 new genuine ISSI serial eeproms, resistor, smd caps, and a microswitch.
The new owner will have to buy, program, and solder only 2 new eproms 27C160 type.
 
I will glad to answer in any questions.. ;)
 
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Edited by santosp, Sun Mar 10, 2019 3:24 PM.

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Posted Sun Mar 10, 2019 11:44 PM

A  list with games till 2MB for the Jaguar, from which someone can choose and burn per two on the cartridge.  :)

 

Attack of the Mutant Penguins (1996)

Brutal Sports Football (1994) 
Bubsy - Fractured Furry Tails (1994)
Cannon Fodder (1995) 
Checkered Flag (1994)
Club Drive (1994)
Cybermorph (1993)
Double Dragon V (1995) 
Dragon - The Bruce Lee Story (1994)
Evolution - Dino Dudes (1993)
Fever Pitch Soccer (1995)
Flashback (1995) 
Flip Out (1995)
Hover Strike (1995)
International Sensible Soccer (1995)
Iron Soldier (1994)
I-War (1995)
Missile Command 3D (1995)
Music Demo (2002) 
Native (1997)
Pinball Fantasies (1995) 
Pitfall - The Mayan Adventure (1995)
Power Drive Rally (1995) 
Raiden (1994)
Ruiner Pinball (1995)
Super Burnout (1995)
Super Cross 3D (1995)
Syndicate (1995) 
Tempest 2000 (1994)
Theme Park (1995) 
Trevor McFur in the Crescent Galaxy (1993)
Troy Aikman NFL Football (1995) 
Val D'Isere Skiing & Snowboarding (1994)
Wolfenstein 3D (1994)
Zool 2 (1994)
Zoop! (1996)


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Posted Tue Mar 12, 2019 8:20 AM

Two questions... Can the eproms be socketed and still fit in the shell? and are the cart fingers beveled?



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Posted Tue Mar 12, 2019 11:09 PM

Hi,

Of course the fingers are beveled otherwise would  destroy the cartridge connector!!  :(

 

No the pcb not fit in shell with the eproms in sockets. But I wonder how is this possible, with such a small margin of height that remains available inside the shell?  :?



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Posted Wed Mar 13, 2019 6:57 AM

I assumed the fingers would be beveled, not like you to put out a bad product (but I've purchased blank carts in the past without)

 

For the eproms I figured that the height would be too much, it would just make it easier to swap games out if they were socketed. 

 

Thanks for answering so quickly 


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Posted Fri Mar 15, 2019 2:24 PM

A small batch from these was shipped today.  :)

Thanks.

 

I have few yet available.  ;-)






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