Manufacturer Williams

Williams Partial Wiring Harness (Hacked)

Used in Robotron, Defender, Stargate, Joust

Original partial wiring harness for Williams classic games including Defender, Stargate, Robotron, Joust, Sinistar and Bubbles. We found this in a box of parts. It does look like it was converted to a game with an edge connector at one point.  With that being said a lot of the original connectors are still intact including those to the power supply, coin door, control panel and some of the individual boards. Also includes an original sound pot with wiring.

Definitely should be restorable, see photos for more details on its condition.

Related Game Title Robotron: 2084
Year 1982
Related Game Title Joust
Related Game Title Stargate
Related Game Title Sinistar
Related Game Title Bubbles
Quick Game Facts
Robotron: 2084

Third in the Defender, Stargate series. In this, the last incaration, you are saving the humans yet again. You have to watch out for various bad guys trying to kill you and "the family." As with most Williams games of this era, the game is extremely fast-paced, and intense.

Coin-Op Overview

The game features two 8-way joysticks: one for moving your character, and one for firing. It takes a bit of practice, but eventually a player can get the hang of moving in one direction and firing in a completely different direction.

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Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1982
Manufacturer: Williams
Genre: Shooter
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: Williams
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Horizontal
Monitor Resolution: CGA