Manufacturer Atari

Centipede Fixer Uppers x 3

Pokey tested good in one board

Lot of three original Atari Centipede arcade game circuit boards from 1980 that do NOT work. There are three boards in this listing, one is complete and in good condition, it boots to garbage on power-up.  The Pokey IC was tested and is working.  This board should be repairable. 

The other two boards are missing some ICs, definitely will need some work, one of them has signs of corrosion on the bottom, the other has some signs of moisture exposure / corrosion (not too bad, but noticeable). The socketed ICs have "crusty" legs. These two may be more parts board, but who knows at this point.

See photos for more details, boards are sold as-is, needing repair.

Related Game Title Centipede
Year 1980
Genre Shooter
Quick Game Facts

Centipede was the first arcade game designed by a women and one of Atari’s most successful games. The game is a vertical shooter that uses a track-ball for player movement. The player’s goal is to destroy an array of insects, including a centipede (obviously), fleas, spiders and scorpions.

Coin-Op Overview

The game’s cabinet is characterized by colorful graphics of an intimidating centipede that are seen nearly all of Atari’s games from the early 1980s.

Screen Captures

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