Taito L System

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The Taito L System is a 8-bit arcade system board manufactured by Taito.

Technical Specifications

Main CPU: Zilog Z80 @ 6,66 MHz

Sound Chip: Yamaha YM2203 @ 3,33 MHz

Games Released

Release Date Game Name Developer Publisher
Japan 1988 Worldwide release Fighting Hawk (ファイチE��ングホ�Eク) Taito Worldwide release Taito
Japan 1988-04 Worldwide release Raimais (レイメイズ) Taito Worldwide release Taito
Japan 1988-07 Worldwide release Kuri Kinton (功里金団) Taito Worldwide release Taito
Japan 1989-07 Worldwide release Plotting

Japan Flipull
(フリチE�Eル -An Exciting Cube Game)

Taito Worldwide release Taito
Japan 1989-08 Worldwide release Champion Wrestler (チャンピオンレスラー) Taito Worldwide release Taito
Japan 1989-10 Worldwide release Puzznic (パズニック) Taito Worldwide release Taito
Japan Prototype Japan Cuby Pop (キュービ�EボッチE Hot-B Japan Hot-B
1990 Evil Stone (エビルスト�Eン) Spacy Industrial Spacy Industrial
United States of America 1990-07 United States of America American Horseshoes (アメリカンホ�Eスシューズ) Natsume / Taito United States of America Taito
Japan 1990-10 Japan Palamedes (パラメチE��) Taito Japan Taito
Japan 1992 Worldwide release? Play Girls (プレイガールズ) Hot-B Worldwide release? Hot-B
Japan 1993 Worldwide release? Play Girls 2 (プレイガールズ2) Hot-B Worldwide release? Hot-B
Japan 1993 United States of America Tube-It

Japan Cachat (カチャチE��)

Taito United States of America / Japan Taito

Notes

  • Some games have 2x or 3xZ80s;
  • Raimais uses YM2610 (@ 8 MHz) as their sound chip;
  • Champion Wrestler has a MSM5205 sample player chip;
  • Evil Stone is not a licensed game by Taito. It was probably distributed only in Asian countries excluding Japan;
  • Some music of Cuby Pop was later re-used in Play Girls 2.