Manufacturer Williams

Defender CPU x 2

Two Defender CPU boards that more than likely don't work

Lot of two original Williams Defender CPU boards. Consider these boards fixer uppers, they were found in a box from a warehouse cleanout, are untested and presumed to be not working. The one board is missing a couple of socketed ICs and it looks like three were removed as well. The second board is missing a couple of ram and one socketed IC.

They do have some bent pins on the widget and rom board connectors. See pictures for more details. Sold as-is.

Year 1981
Genre Shooter
Related Game Title Defender

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Quick Game Facts

You pilot a space craft which must defend the planet from invasion. Watch out, or the aliens will swoop down and pick up the humans, turning them into mutants. When all of your humans are gone, you're as good as dead.

This game was the first game to feature action that occurs outside of the play area. You must constantly monitor the radar on the top of the screen.

Coin-Op Overview

A notoriously difficult game, Williams hit a home run with Defender in 1980. The fast pace nature of the game, combined along with its FIVE control buttons and up/down joystick, sent many "newbie" players packing. However, with lots of practice, and lots of quarters, many players got to be extremely good at Defender.

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Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1980
Manufacturer: Williams
Genre: Scrolling Shooter
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Williams
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Horizontal
Monitor Resolution: CGA