Sega System 1

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The Sega System 1 is a 8-bit arcade system board manufactured by Sega.

Technical Specifications

Main and Sound CPU: Sega 315-5033 @ 20 MHz, Zilog Z80 @ 4 MHz

Sound Chip: 2xTexas Instruments SN76489A (one clocked @ 2 MHz, other clocked @ 4 MHz)

Games Released

Release Date Game Name Developer Publisher Board
Japan 1983-07 Worldwide release Star Jacker (スタージャッカー) Sega Worldwide release Sega

United States of America Stern Electronics

1
Japan 1983-09 Worldwide release Up'n Down (アップンダウン) Sega Worldwide release Sega

United States of America Bally Midway

1
Japan 1983-12 Worldwide release Regulus (レグルス) Sega Worldwide release Sega

United States of America Wico

1
Japan 1984-01 Worldwide release Mister Viking (ミスターバイキング) Sega Worldwide release Sega

United States of America Bally Midway

1
Japan 1984-02 Worldwide release SWAT Coreland Worldwide release Sega

United States of America Bally Midway

1
Japan 1984-09 Worldwide release Flicky (フリッキー) Sega Worldwide release Sega

United States of America Bally Midway

1
Japan 1984-11 Worldwide release Water Match (ウォーターマッチ) Sega Worldwide release Sega

United States of America Bally Midway

1
Japan 1984-11 Coreland Worldwide release Sega

United States of America Bally Midway

1
Japan 1984-12
  • Worldwide release Spatter
  • Japan Sanrin San-chan (三輪サンちゃん)
Sega AM1 Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1985
  • Worldwide release My Hero
  • Japan Seishun Scandal (青春スキャンダル)
  • South Korea Cheochung 1 Beonji (청춘 1번지)
Coreland Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1985-02 Worldwide release Pitfall II: The Lost Caverns (ピットフォールII) Sega R&D2 Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1985-03
  • Worldwide release Sega Ninja
  • Japan Ninja Princess (忍者プリンセス)
Sega Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1985-04
  • Worldwide release I'm Sorry
  • Japan Gonbee no I'm Sorry (ごんべえのあいむそ~り~)
Coreland Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1985-05 Worldwide release Teddy Boy Blues (テディボーイブルース) Sega Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1985-09 Worldwide release Heavy Metal (ヘビーメタル) Sega AM1 Worldwide release Sega 2
Japan 1985-10 Worldwide release Choplifter (チョップリフター) Sega AM1 Worldwide release Sega 2
Japan 1985-11 Worldwide release Shooting Master (シューティングマスター) Sega AM1 Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1985-12 Worldwide release 4-D Warriors (4Dウォリアーズ) Coreland Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1986 Worldwide release 119 (119) Coreland Worldwide release Sega 2
Japan 1986 Worldwide release Gardia (ガルディア) Coreland Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1986 Worldwide release War Ball (ウォー・ボール) Sega Worldwide release Sega 2
Japan 1986-03 Worldwide release Brain (ブレイン) Coreland Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1986-03 Worldwide release Rafflesia (ラフレシア) Coreland Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1986-04 Worldwide release Wonder Boy (ワンダーボーイ) Escape Worldwide release Sega 1 & 2
Japan 1986-10 Coreland Worldwide release Data East 1
Japan 1987-03 Worldwide release Block Gal (ブロックギャル) Vic Tokai Worldwide release Sega 1
Japan 1987-06 Japan Toki no Senshi: Chrono Soldier (時の戦士- Chrono Soldier) Sega? Japan Sega 2
Japan 1987-08 Japan Wonder Boy Monster Land (ワンダーボーイ モンスターランド) Westone Japan Sega 2
Japan 1987-11 Japan Dakkochan House (脱子ちゃん雀荘) Whiteboard Japan Sega 2
Japan 1988-06 Japan UFO Senshi Yohko-chan (UFO戦士ようこちゃん) Vic Tokai Japan Sega 2

Trivia

  • 119, the american version of Noboranka and War Ball became currently undumped;
  • Block Gal and Shooting Master are the only games that use analogic devices to play, such as spinning dial and lightgun. Most of System 1 / 2 games are 2-way, 4-way or 8-way digital joysticks;
  • Zippy Bug became the only non-published Sega game in the hardware (although it was supposed to be);
  • Despite the Arcade version of Wonder Boy Monster Land not released outside Japan (meaning that it didn't get a official english translation), various bootleggers did a english translation, however, these are poor translations compared to the Japanese version (or even the SMS version). It became on "Engrish" status until Sega re-released it on Wii Virtual Console in 2012-10;
  • As much like Teddy Boy Blues, UFO Senshi Yohko-chan was supposed to feature a Japanese actress idol called Yoko Minamino, and the title was supposed to be as Nan no Koreshiki (なんのこれしきっ). However, Vic Tokai with Sega didn't get a good negotiation with Yoko's office, leaving this game to be a parody, featuring her as a playable character.