QuarterArcade Coin-Op Tech Net

Quick Nav: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Coin-Op : Arcade : Space Ace (1984, Cinematronics)

General Information

Overview

A Don Bluth release, and a follow-up to the immensible popular Dragon's Lair. In this version you play Dexter. You misson is to rescue Kim ("I'll save you Kimmy!!!") while battling Borf.

Coin-Op Details

Don Bluth's second creation, launched right after Dragon's Lair. The game is most often found in a "conversion" cabinet as operators converted older Dragon's Lair into Space Ace. It is very difficult to find a dedicated Space Ace cabinet today.

You control Ace with a 4-way joystick and a energize/fire button. Also, at the beginning of the game you can choose from three difficulty settings. This is slightly different than the re-release of Space Ace '91 (a conversion kit). In the 1991 release, your joystick is an 8-way joystick, and the game utilizes all moves. This conversion kit was produced in low numbers for the Dragon's Lair II game.

Weights and Measurements:

Type Height Width Depth Weight   Notes
Upright: 72.75" 25" 30" 330 lbs.   Dragon's Lair conv. cab

Disclaimer: These are approximate weights and measurements taken from actual games or the manufacturer's literature. Occasionally games vary.

Web Reference Links:

Type Name/Description Courtesy
Pinout: Pinout (same as DL) Spies.com

Technical Information

Knowledge Base Articles:

Article Author
Space Ace Pinout spies.com

Related Boards:

Type Name Description
Logic: DL/SA PCB rev A Primary logic board. Serial numbers below 6,000. Used the PR-7820 laser player. Requires hardware modification to use the LD-V1000 player. For conversion cards (like the Hi-Tech card) the card must be set to use PR-7820, and the board should be set to PR-7820 (if using DLE style ROMs).
Logic: DL/SA PCB rev C Primary logic board. Serial numbers above 6,000. Used the LD-V1000, but a jumper is installed that can set to use the PR-7820 player. See rev A notes for memory map (it's the same).


powered by ggdb.com this page took approx. 0.019s