Manufacturers Sega , Gremlin

Carnival CPU Board

Missing header pins, will need work

Original Sega / Gremlin Carnival arcade game CPU circuit board (Dual Game Vic Assy NO 800-0032).  All of the header pins were cleanly removed from this board at one point. It is also missing U50 IC and a dipswitch at SW1. The caps and pot are bent, but most look to be still intact.  Definitely will need some work, but we think it should be repairable given a bit of work and time. Board is dusty and should be cleaned as well.  Roms are numbered 651A - 666A, which we believe corresponds to Carnival.

Sold as-is, needing repair.

Related Game Title Carnival
Year 1980
Genre Shooter
Quick Game Facts

Carnival is a shooting gallery game in which the player fires a gun at various targets, such as owls, bunnies, ducks, pipes, bonus letters, and other positive or negative bonus items. The game also features a bonus stage after each level in which the player shoots a big bear multiple times for bonus points. The game is probably most popularized by its appearance on the Colecovision; it was one of the first games released for the home console.

Coin-Op Overview

One of Sega/Gremlin's early color releases, Carnival was released in both an upright dedicated cabinet (with woodgrain sides, much like Frogger) and in a dedicated cocktail.

Screen Captures

Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1980
Manufacturer: Sega
Genre: Shooter
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: unique
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Vertical
Monitor Resolution: CGA