Alpha-68k

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The Alpha-68k is a 16-bit arcade system board manufactured by Alpha Denshi, who later became ADK.

Technical Specifications

Main CPU: Motorola 68000 between @ 6 ~ 10 MHz, depending of each game.

Sound CPU: Zilog Z80 between @ 3,5 ~ 7,1 MHz, depending of each game.

Sound Chips:

It is depending of each game.

Games Released

Release Date Game Name Developer Publisher
Japan 1986-03 Super Stingray (スーパ�EスチE��ングレイ)¹ Alpha Denshi Alpha Denshi
Japan 1986-12

United States of America 1987-05

United States of America Kyros / Japan Kyros no Yakata (カイロスの館)¹ Alpha Denshi Japan Alpha Denshi

United States of America World Games

Japan 1987-02 Mahjong Block Jongbou (マ�EジャンブロチE�� ジャンボウ) SNK SNK
United States of America 1987-09

Japan 1987-10

United States of America Time Soldiers / Japan Battle Field (バトルフィールチE² Alpha Denshi United States of America Romstar

Japan SNK

Japan 1988-01 Paddle Mania (パドルマニア)³ SNK SNK
Japan 1988-09 Gold Medalist (ゴールドメダリスチE² SNK SNK
United States of America 1988-09 Sky Soldiers (スカイソルジャー)² SNK SNK
Japan 1989-09 Gang Wars (ギャングウォーズ)² Alpha Denshi Alpha Denshi
United States of America 1989-09 Super Champion Baseball (スーパ�Eチャンピオンベ�Eスボ�Eル)² Alpha Denshi SNK
Japan 1989-10 The Next Space (ネクストスペ�Eス)³ SNK Japan Pasadena

United States of America SNK

Japan 1989-11 Sky Adventure (スカイアド�Eンチャー)² Alpha Denshi Japan Alpha Denshi

United States of America SNK

Notes

  • The numbers ¹, ² and ³ means what kind of combination sound chip is used;
  • Mahjong Block Jongbou don't use any of the three combinations at the top of article, it have a AY-3-8910A as their sound chip.