Sega Mega Play
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.
Sound CPU: Zilog Z80 @ 3,57 MHz
WARNING: Due to lack of the year release of most games, their year releases was eliminated.
|Game Name||Developer||Original Publisher|
|Columns III: Revenge of Columns||Minato Giken||Sega|
| Golden Axe II
(ゴールデンアックスII / 골든 엑스 II)
|Jennifer Capriati Tennis||System Sacom||/ Telenet Japan|
| Gunstar Heroes
(ガンスターヒーローズ / 건스타 히어로즈)
|Mazin Saga: Mutant Fighter||Almanic||/ Sega|
|Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master||Megasoft||Sega|
| Sonic the Hedgehog
(ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ / 소닉 더 헤지혹)
| Sonic the Hedgehog 2
(ソニック・ザ・ヘッジホッグ2 / 소닉 더 헤지혹2)
|Streets of Rage||Sega AM7||Sega|
|/ Streets of Rage 2||Sega AM7||Sega|
|Tecmo World Cup||SIMS||SIMS|
- 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.