Manufacturer Atari
Availability

Regulator / Audio II-03

Used in Missile Command
$50.00

Tested and working Atari Regulator / Audio II, Rev. 03 power supply board. This power supply board is used in Missile Command arcade games. This board has been tested and works fine.

Please note if your game is smoking resistor R29 or R30 on the Regulator Audio board, this will not fix the problem. The problem is usually related to a bad edge connector or bad pins on the main circuit board in the game.

Related Game Title Missile Command
Quick Game Facts
Missile Command

On of the best games ever made, Missile Command was very appropriate for its time. In the early 80s, America was still worrying about the Cold War, and Missile Command was a very thinly veiled simulation of nuclear war.

You control a track ball that targets your defensive missles. You can shoot from three different bases, but be careful: if your base is hit, you loose all of your missiles in that base. Your goal is to defend all of your cities from the never-ending attack.

Coin-Op Overview

Missile Command has two boards: the main PCB board, and the typical Atari Audio Regulator II board. See KB article for proper upgrade to Audio Regulator II board.

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