Manufacturers Sega , Gremlin

Carnival Wiring Harness (Partial)

Looks to be board related wiring

Original Sega/Gremlin Carnival arcade game partial wiring harness. We found this in a box of old Carnival boards, looks to be the some of the wiring from the main board and music board to the other components used in the game. Probably usable by other Gremlin boards that used this system as well. 

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.

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