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This seems to be a good place to post this...

Howdy guys, an Undumped wiki editor from (and MAMEdev) poking my head in here.

As usual, I'm trying to ensure that the software for these PCBs match MAME's archives. (Yes, we care about preserving bootleg / licensed ROMs with copyright changes, etc. these days! Yes, we know that's a bit of a change from the old days!)

Zaccaria's a real mess given the number of third parties making conversion kits for their cabinets, Zaccaria making cabinets for other distributors, the number of licenses (and possible bootlegs) they were making, and so on.

Here's where we stand thus far (mostly thanks to Deb of's help on this):
Undumped (?):


I'd like to verify that the software for these PCBs on the wiki (when it exists) already matches a set documented in MAME by another publisher, to ensure that it's been preserved.

If they don't (even due to a subtle copyright screen change to insert the "Copyright Zaccaria" text, but mostly ignoring different ROM size "splits"), then you should probably get in touch.

I'm currently trying to avoid getting into the "Other Zaccaria Products" list Deb has made, until I have a clearer picture on who was making them and who was distributing them, what counts as Zaccaria products and what doesn't:

Appreciate everything you guys have been doing collecting information, and I look forward to getting a copy of vernimark's book :)

Greetz to (at least) Paul and Vernimark. :)

Arcade Lifestyle / Re: the true story of OFF LIMITS
« on: October 14, 2015, 10:33:32 PM »
Looking forward to it.  :)

Arcade Lifestyle / Re: the true story of OFF LIMITS
« on: June 15, 2015, 04:31:09 PM »
There you go...

Thanks. Yeah it looks all TTL, maybe a ROM? that's a big chip in the bottom right...

Arcade Lifestyle / Re: the true story of OFF LIMITS
« on: June 10, 2015, 10:26:54 PM »
Guys, so this is confirmed Breakout clone, so it does not use a CPU, correct? a PCB photo would be nice, thanks :)

Hey guys!

Can I get an absolute confirmation that there are no ROMs found inside this beast (film projector and otherwise), and any "programming" is done through the filmstrip or the other optical cards shown earlier in this thread? Looks like it's mainly TTL discrete / electromechanical?

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