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Manufacturer Data East
Availability

Karate Champ - Player Vs Player

Not working
$65.00

Original Data East Karate Champ arcade game circuit board. This board does not work, it doesn't do much on power-up.  We did test the bottom board in a working set and that one is working so the issue is with the top board.  We did notice some signs of rust / oxidation on the IC legs on the top board. We suspect they will need to be cleaned up a bit and possibly some sockets replaced, but we don't think this board is a lost cause. Should be repairable given some time and effort.

Sold as-is, needing repairing.

Related Game Title Karate Champ
Year 1984
Genre Fighting
Quick Game Facts
Karate Champ

Karate Champ was one of the earliest karate games released. The game was released as both a one player versus computer version and a head on head version. Each player uses two joysticks to control the movement and karate moves performed. As rounds are won the player advances through a series of tournaments. The two-player game is one of a few with four joysticks (two joysticks per player).

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Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1984
Manufacturer: Data East
Genre: Fighting
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Data East
Orientation: Vertical
Monitor Resolution: CGA