Sega Mega Play

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The Sega Mega Play is a 16-bit arcade system board manufactured by Sega, released in 1993, preceded the Sega Mega-Tech board. The board is based in the Sega Mega Drive hardware, and can run Mega Drive, but cannot run Sega Master System games. It has 4 slots for Mega Play, and Mega-Tech and Mega Drive cartridges are incompatible with Mega Play and vice-versa. It was succeeded by the Sega Titan Video (ST-V), in 1995.

Technical Specifications

Main CPU: Motorola 68000 @ 7,67 MHz, Zilog Z80 @ 3,57 MHz (Mega Play exclusive)

Sound CPU: Zilog Z80 @ 3,57 MHz

Sound Chip: Yamaha YM2612 @ 7,67 MHz, SEGA VDP PSG @ 3,57 MHz, SN76496 @ 3,57 MHz (Mega Play exclusive)

Games Released

WARNING: Due to lack of the year release of most games, their year releases was eliminated.

Game Name Developer Original Publisher
Bio-Hazard Battle

Japan Crying: Aseimei Sensou (クライング -亜生命戦争)
South Korea Keulaing (크라잉)

Sega Worldwide release Sega

South Korea Samsung

Columns III: Revenge of Columns

Japan Columns III: Taiketsu! Columns World
(コラムスIII 対決!コラムスワールド / 컬럼스 III)

Minato Giken Japan Sega

United States of America Vic Tokai
South Korea Samsung

Worldwide release Golden Axe II

(ゴールデンアックスII / 골든 엑스 II)

Sega Worldwide release Sega

South Korea Samsung
Brazil Tec Toy

United States of America Jennifer Capriati Tennis

Japan GrandSlam: The Tennis Tournament '92 (グランドスラム)
Europe GrandSlam: The Tennis Tournament

System Sacom Japan / United States of America Telenet Japan

Europe Sega

Worldwide release Gunstar Heroes

(ガンスターヒーローズ / 건스타 히어로즈)

Tresaure Worldwide release Sega

South Korea Samsung
Brazil Tec Toy

United States of America Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter

Japan Mazin Saga (マジンサーガ / 마징사가)
Europe Mazin Wars

Almanic

Dynamic Planning
Team Saga
ALU

Japan / Europe Sega

United States of America Vic Tokai
South Korea Samsung

Worldwide release Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master

Japan The Super Shinobi II (ザ・スーパー忍II / 수퍼시노비2)

Megasoft Worldwide release Sega

South Korea Samsung
Brazil Tec Toy

Worldwide release Sonic the Hedgehog

(ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ / 소닉 더 헤지혹)

Sonic Team Worldwide release Sega

South Korea Samsung
Brazil Tec Toy

Worldwide release Sonic the Hedgehog 2

(ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ2 / 소닉 더 헤지혹2)

Sonic Team

Sega Technical Institute

Worldwide release Sega

Brazil Tec Toy

Worldwide release Streets of Rage

Japan Bare Knuckle: Ikari no Tetsuken
(ベア・ナックル -怒りの鉄拳 / 베어너클 )

Sega AM7 Worldwide release Sega

South Korea Samsung
Brazil Tec Toy

Worldwide release / Asia (excluding Japan) Streets of Rage 2

Japan Bare Knuckle II: Shitou e no Requiem
(ベア・ナックルII 死闘への鎮魂歌 / 베어너클2)

Sega AM7

Ancient
H.I.C.
Shout! Designworks
M.N.M

Worldwide release Sega

South Korea Samsung
Brazil Tec Toy

United States of America Tecmo World Cup

Japan Tecmo World Cup '92
(テクモワールドカップ'92)

SIMS Japan SIMS

United States of America Atlus

Notes

  • All Mega Play cabinets and cartridges are produced and distributed by Sega.
  • The Mega Play wasn't released in the USA;
  • The board is JAMMA-compatible, unlike his predecessor;
  • Some games have dual language bundled on it. It can be easily changed on the dip switches.