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Coin-Op : Arcade : Dragon's Lair (1983, Cinematronics)

General Information

Overview

You play Dirk the Daring, an adventurous knight who must save Daphne from the clutches of Singe, the Evil Dragon. A Laser Disc game from Rick Dyer and Don Bluth, Dragon's Lair required the player to direct Dirk through various obstacles of the Singe's castle.

Coin-Op Details

Dragon's Lair was the most successful Laser Disc game, and one of the most collectible games today. During its initial release, it attracted so much attention that many arcades installed a T.V. on top of the game so that on-lookers could see Dirk in action. And although you were given 5 lives for 50 cents, most new plays would finish their game very quickly.

You control Dirk with a 4-way joystick and a sword button.

Weights and Measurements:

Type Height Width Depth Weight   Notes
Upright: 72.75" 25" 30" 330 lbs.  

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 Spies.com

Technical Information

Knowledge Base Articles:

Article Author
Dragon's Lair Pinout spies.com
Pinout for WG NTSC Decoder Ruben Panossian

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).


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