Data East Lock'n'Chase

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The Data East Lock'n'Chase (the board didn't have a proper name) is a 8-bit arcade system board manufactured by Data East. The board is known to be a ROM conversion of DECO Cassette System machine.

Technical Specifications

Main CPU: Various DECO custom CPUs, but all based on MOS Technology 6502, the clock rate is variable depending of the game

Sound CPU: MOS Technology 6502 @ 500 KHz

Sound Chips: 2xGeneral Instrument AY-3-8910A @ 1,5 MHz, DISCRETE circuitry

Games Released

Release Date Game Name Developer Publisher
Japan 1981-04 Lock'n'Chase (ロチE��ンチェイス) Data East Data East
Japan 1982-03 Disco No.1 (チE��スコNo.1) Data East Data East
Japan 1982-03 Treasure Island (トレジャーアイランチE Data East Data East
Japan 1982-03 Zoar / Japan Mission X (ミッションX) Data East Data East
Japan 1982-05-06 Tennis (Pro Tennis bootleg) (プロチE��ス) Data East Data East
Japan 1982-05 World Tennis (Pro Tennis bootleg) (プロチE��ス) Data East Data East
Japan 1982-10

United States of America 1982-11

United States of America Burger Time / Japan Hamburger (ハンバ�Eガー) Data East Japan Data East

United States of America Bally Midway

Japan 1982-11 United States of America Bump 'n' Jump / Japan Burnin' Rubber (バ�Eニンラバ�E) Data East Japan Data East

United States of America Bally Midway

Japan 1983-03 Minky Monkey (ミンキーモンキー) Technos Japan Roller Tron