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Hrvat9
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Anyone have a clue as to why this would be labeled “rare”?
Got it in a box of untested pcbs a while ago
http://imgur.com/a/CTqBC

Labeled “very rare” here
https://www.arcade-museum.com/game_deta ... me_id=8711
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It's a Taiwanese arcade board from 1985? I'm pretty sure it can be considered at least uncommon (mind you, that doesn't mean it's sought after).

Have you tried to make a harness for it?
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The scrolling reminds me a bit of space harrier, which was 85 too iirc, looks interesting.
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Now if that label had said "grail" you might have been onto something :awe: ... Klovs " very rare " really isn't a huge indicator of much either tbh.
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nem wrote:It's a Taiwanese arcade board from 1985? I'm pretty sure it can be considered at least uncommon (mind you, that doesn't mean it's sought after).

Have you tried to make a harness for it?
I just noticed the picture wasn’t uploaded
It has some harness made/attached to it but it’s not jamma
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geotrig wrote:Klovs " very rare " really isn't a huge indicator of much either tbh.
This.

VAPS is heavily skewed towards American made arcade games from the 80's. Everything else is uncommon.
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