Manufacturer Atari

Atari System 1 Motherboard

Complete, but not working

Complete, not working Atari System One motherboard.  This is the large boardset used in Atari System One games such as Indiana Jones, Road Runner, Marble Madness, Road Blasters and Peter Packrat.   We tested this with a working Road Blasters cartridge and sometimes we get some garbage on the screen, sometimes it boots to nothing. We have done no troubleshooting.

This one is complete, it is good condition, no physical damage and should be repairable.  Sold as-is.

Year 1984
Related Game Title Marble Madness
Related Game Title Road Blasters
Related Game Title Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom
Related Game Title Road Runner
Related Game Title Peter Packrat
Quick Game Facts
Marble Madness

Marble Madness, a later, classic Atari release takes a very simply concept and transforms into a great game. The objective is to guide your marble (using a track-ball) through different courses that are scattered with obstacles such as holes, acid, ice patches, evil marbles and such. The courses are drawn in a 3-D perspective and quite elaborate considering the age of the game (it was released in 1984). The game also allows two-player simultaneous competition.

Coin-Op Overview

The game was part of Atari’s “System One” series of games and appeared in a generic cabinet with blue and silver Atari artwork. The System One system allows one to relatively change the entire game by switching a big cartridge type game board, the control panel and the marquee. Other System One games include Indiana Jones, Road Runner, Peter Packrat and Road Blasters. A sequel for the Marble Madness was developed but never released.

Screen Captures

Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1984
Manufacturer: Atari Games
Genre: Labyrinth/Maze
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Atari System I
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Horizontal
Monitor Resolution: CGA