Systems And Games To Be Dumped

In MooglyGuy's Possession

  • Various SGI Indy revisions
  • Various SGI Indigo revisions
  • Various SGI Indigo 2 revisions
  • A revision of the SGI Onyx (R10000-based) boot ROM
  • Various Sun SPARCStation 5 revisions
  • Various Sun SPARCStation 10 revisions
  • Sun Ultra 1 workstation
  • Sun Ultra 2 workstation
  • Digital DECstation workstation, unknown model
  • HP 9000-series 712/80 workstation
  • Assorted PC peripheral boards
  • Assorted PC motherboards
  • Unknown 8086-based barcode scanner
  • Unknown X-Windows thin client

In incog's Possession

In Justin's Possession

  • Laser Compumate 2 kevtris says he's already dumped one of these
  • Saitek Kasparov Concord [epoxied]
  • Boris Diplomat [seems to use a microcontroller with built-in ROM]
  • Fidelity Electronics Bridge Challenger (not the same as the BBC one, it doesn't hook up to a TV) Lord Nightmare has a dump of this
  • JVC X'eye
  • Realistic Concertmate 500 sampling keyboard
  • Elmo's World/Dora the Explorer/Spongebob Squarepants DVD for Fisher Price InteracTV
  • Bookman MWD-640 Dictionary & Thesaurus [chips are all epoxied so this would probably be more trouble than it's worth; can't even tell what CPU it uses]
  • GeoSafari [epoxied]
  • Franklin Elementary Spelling Ace [kevtris has one of these, dunno if it's the same model]
  • Various handhelds - the newer ones are probably all epoxied; are the old ones CPU-based?
    • Mattel Classic Football [epoxied]
    • Mattel Classic Baseball
    • Entex Arcade Defender
    • Castle Toy Einstein
    • Brick Game 9999 in 1
    • 576 in 1 2001 Mega Calculator Brick Game
    • “Pinball” from MGA Entertainment, Inc.
    • “XBox” Happy Meal toy (some kind of crappy space game)
  • Various console-in-a-controller things, probably all epoxied
    • Jakks Pacific Atari stick [epoxied]
    • Jakks Pacific Namco stick
    • Jakks Pacific Capcom stick
    • Activision 20-in-1 gamepad
    • Some Chinese 30-in-1 Famiclone thing [epoxied but uses a carrier board so should be dumpable]

In Lord Nightmare's Possession

  • KEY: Prefices: F = Fully, M = Mostly, P = Partly, N = Not, ? = Unknown
  • KEY: Suffices: D = Dumped, C = Documented, W = Working
  • KEY: Suffices cont'd: d = Dumped by someone else, c = Documented by someone else
  • Pile of various PC motherboards with socketed BIOSes (FD MC ?W)
  • IBM PC 5150 (MD(Rev3 bios & Rev2 BASIC dumped, KB 8041 not dumped) MC MW(some expansion cards don't work))
  • IBM PC AT 5170 (FD PC NW(acid damage, repairable))
  • IBM MDA Rev? video card (FD PC ?W) (might be the later rev2 with partial 8-instead-of-16 color cga support)
  • IBM CGA Rev1? video card (FD PC FW)
  • IBM EGA Rev1? video card (FD PC ?W)
  • IBM PS/2 Model 55SX (FD PC FW)
  • IBM PS/2 Model 30 (FD PC FW)
  • IBM PS/2 Model 70 x2 (FD PC PW)
  • C.Itoh CIT-220+ Terminal, DEC VT-220 clone (FD PC FW)
  • MIOT preliminary datasheet (scanned, slightly different from the one on 6502.org) (FD FC)
  • Pile of ISA expansion cards of various sorts (PD NC ?W)
  • Commodore 64 Rev B NTSC 'breadbox' (working) (Fd Fc FW)
  • Commodore 64 Rev C NTSC 'c64c' (cpu fault (bad PLA?) and 8580 SID missing :( ) (Pd Fc NW)
  • Commodore 128 NTSC (early 1985 rev with 6581 sid, working) (Fd Pc FW)
  • Commodore 1541 drive, newer release of the older dark-beige model, DOS roms v2.1 iirc (Fd Fc FW)
  • Commodore 1571 drive, with medium-sized board (Fd Fc FW)
  • Mammoth Toys C64 DTV joystick, NTSC (DTV1) model (ND Pc FW)
  • Mammoth Toys/Radio Shack Hummer DTV (needs hw fixes applied due to design flaws) (ND Pc FW)
  • DEC VT-320 Terminal (?d F?c FW)
  • Apple Powerbook 170 (ND NC PW) [screen has “tunnel of death”]
  • Rolodex EL3200 (ND NC NW) [needs new batteries]
  • Gameboy Game Genie (has been dumped but current dump may be bad, uses odd protection) (Pd Fc FW)
  • Datel/Madcatz Action Replay/Gameshark GB v4.0 (flashrom based, uses odd protection, easy to brick) (ND NC FW)
  • Victor 9000/Sirius 1 (FD Fc FW)
  • At&t/Olivetti 6300 (missing monitor/keyboard) (FD Pc ?W)
  • Epson Equity I+ PC clone (FD? ?c ?W)
  • PCM-12 minicomputer (romless, pdp-8 single chip clone, needs repair) (FD NC PW)
  • R6502 and VIA datasheets (different from the ones on 6502.org?) (ND NC)
  • IBM 180x mainframe documentation (opcodes, etc) (ND NC)
  • Super Nintendo S-DSP-A APU chip (DSP mcu, needs decapping; from cpuv2/ppu1v1/ppu2v3 SNES models with the on-main-pcb APU 'module') (ND Pc FW)
  • SNES MINI NTSC, CPUv2/PPU1v1/PPU2v3 (i.e. the not-terribly-rare earlier one), for S-DSP-A decapping (ND Pc FW)
  • Super Nintendo DSP-1 MCU, is an NEC upd77c25 with internal protected mask rom for code and data (in 'Mario Kart' cartridge) (FD Pc FW) [cart was sacrificed for dumping w/dr decap]
  • Super Nintendo DSP-3 MCU, is an NEC upd77c25 with internal protected mask rom for code and data, needs decapping. was used in SD GUNDAM GX, japan only. (FD Pc FW)
  • Super Nintendo/SETA ST-010 MCU, used in 'F1 ROC II' cartridge (FD NC FW)
  • DEC Alpha Multia VX42B-F2, needs j-lead square package 27c256 and 27c512 bios roms dumped, needs hard disk imaged. (ND ?c F?W)
  • V-tech Compumate 2 (FD NC FW) [dumped by kevtris]
  • V-tech Socrates Educational Video System NTSC English (2x) (dumped) (FD PC FW)
  • V-tech Socrates/SAITOUT Educational Video System NTSC French (FD PC FW)
  • Socrates Expansion Carts:
    • Amazing Mazes (x2) (FD)
    • Memory Mania (version A?) (FD)
    • Hodge Podge (FD?)
    • State to State (FD)
    • Facts'n Fractions (FD)
    • Around the World (FD)
    • Cad Professor Mouse (ND)
  • Socrates Voice Catridge (english), MAY need decapping but if lucky we can carefully snoop the internal data as its on a language-specific 'daughterboard' of the cartridge. (ND NC FW)
  • A big pile of Texas Instruments Talking stuff, most will require decapping or TMS1002 trojaning if we can ever figure out how to do it. Frank Palazollo found a clue on the speak&spell patent.
    • Speak & Spell ('78 version w/raised buttons and split voice rom) (Fd Pc FW)
    • Speak & Spell Compact (PD(missing MCU dump) Pc FW)
    • 5 of the 10 modules for Speak & Spell
      • E.T. Fantasy (FD)
      • Noun Endings (x2) (FD)
      • Super Stumpers 4-6 (FD)
      • Super Stumpers 7-8 (FD)
      • Vowel Power (FD)
    • Speak & Write (UK version of “Speak & Spell Compact”) (PD(missing MCU dump) Pc FW)
    • Speak & Math (PD(missing MCU dump) Pc FW) [someone on the forums typed this from patent]
    • Speak & Read (PD(missing MCU dump) Pc FW)
    • Super Speak & Spell (TSP50c35-based later version with red case, requires decapping) (ND NC FW)
    • Super Speak & Math school edition (ditto) (ND NC FW)
    • 1 of 2 modules for Super Speak & Math (definitely dumpable)
      • unknown which one, no label, probably NOT multiplication though. (ND)
    • Little Maestro (needs decapping, uses single IC integrated TMS52xx plus probably a TMS100x. could be a TSP50c10 too.) (ND NC FW)
  • Commodore PET generic service manual, covers all PET versions and peripherals up to the universal board models (NOT the superpet) (ND NC) [balrog has this for scanning]
  • Commodore PET Diagnostic & other cassettes (dumped, one was damaged/partly overwritten) (FD)
  • Commodore PET Alignment and drive diagnostic diskettes (ND NC)

In HT1848's Possession

  • MB Microvision Unit with the following games: Bowling (+ instructions), Block Buster, Pinball, Connect Four, Star Trek Phaser Strike
  • Keyboard Controller from IBM Model M Keyboard with EF6805U3P-B chip Front of PCB, Back of PCB

In ranger_lenniers's Possession

  • 9 carts for APF-M1000 on loan to Guru: Catena, Bowling/Micro Match, Boxing, Pinball/Dungeon Hunt/Blockout (with 3 versions), Casino 1:Roulette/Keno/Slots, Brickdown/Shooting Gallery, Blackjack, UFO/Sea Monsters/Break It Down/Rebuild/Shoot (with variations), Hangman/Tic Tac Toe/Doodle
  • 2 more carts for APF-M1000: Baseball and Space Destroyers
  • APF BASIC cart for APF Imagination Machine
  • 15 Watara Supervision carts on loan to Guru: Dream World, Happy Race (glitchy), Space Fighter, Kung-Fu Street, Thunder Shooting (glitchy), Kitchen War (glitchy), Untouchable, Bubble World, Hero Hawk (probably bad), Scaffolder, Chinese Checkers (glitchy), Climber, Pacific Battle, Recycle Design (glitchy), Popo Team
  • 6 more Watara Supervision carts: Super Pang, Kitchen War, Happy Race, Hero Hawk, Thunder Shooting, and Dancing Block
  • Supervision TV-Link (NTSC) (has undumped microcontroller)
  • Epoch Game Pocket Computer and 5 carts on loan to Guru: Reversi, Mahjongg, Store Keepers, Block Maze, and Astro Bomber
  • 5 RCA Studio II carts on loan to Guru: Fun With Numbers, TV School House I, TV School House II:Math Fun, Biorhythm, Gunfighter/Moonship Battle
  • Mustang 9016 Telespiel-Computer (German clone of RCA Studio II) and 4 carts on loan to Guru: Mathematische Spiele, Konzentrationsspiele (Memory), Krieg der Sterne, Flipper
  • 9 carts for Soundic MPT-02 Victory (another Studio II clone): Bingo, Biorhythm, Concentration Match, Grand Pack, Gunfighter/Moonship Battle, Math Fun, Pinball, Speedway/Tag, and Star Wars
  • Toshiba Visicom system (Japanese clone of RCA Studio II) on loan to Guru
  • 1 cart for Toshiba Visicom: Baseball/Sumo Wrestling (CAS-130)
  • 1 cart for Gakken TV Boy Compact Vision sent to Guru: 200x
  • 5 more Gakken TV Boy Compact Vision carts: Mr. Bomb, Frogger, Robotan Wars, Chitaiku, and Excite Invader
  • 6 Epoch Cassette Vision carts on loan to Guru: Baseball, Monster Mansion, Battle Vader, Yosaku, Monster Block, and Galaxian
  • 5 more Epoch Cassette Vision carts: Astro Command, New Baseball, Big Sports 12, Elevator Action, and Pakpak Monster
  • Epoch Super Cassette Vision (needs MCU dump) and 8 carts on loan to Guru: Wheelie Racer, Elevator Fight, Super Golf, Punch Boy, Super Soccer, Battle in Galaxy, Nebula, and Super Baseball
  • 7 more Epoch Super Cassette Vision carts: Catch Professionnel, Giants Hara Tatsunori no Super Baseball (box variation of Super Baseball), Milky Princess, Super Mahjong, Astro Wars, Super Sansu-Puter, and Shogi Nyuumon
  • 1 Casio Loopy cart: Loopy Town no O-heya ga Hoshii!
  • Bandai Supervision 8000 system and 7 carts: 1. Missilevader, 2. Spacefire, 3. Othello, 4. Gunprofessional, 5. PacPacBird, 6. Submarine, and 7. Beamgalaxian
  • Tiger R-Zone (head-strap version) and 7 carts on loan to Guru: Daytona USA, Battle Arena Toshinden (and I have the Super Screen), Batman Forever, Star Wars:Imperial Assault, Star Wars:Jedi Adventure, Star Wars:Millennium Falcon Challenge, Primal Rage
  • Tiger R-Zone (X.P.G. version), Tiger R-Zone (Super Screen version, but can't get display to work), and 19 more carts: Batman & Robin, Panzer Dragoon (with Super Screen), Men In Black, Indy 500, Mortal Kombat 3, Mortal Kombat Trilogy, Independence Day, Virtua Fighter, Virtua Fighter 2, Nights Into Dreams, The Lost World, Apollo 13, Star Wars:Rebel Forces, Virtua Cop, Area 51, Road Rash 3, Football (Soccer), Zorro, and VR Troopers
  • 7 Mega Duck carts: Trap & Turn, 2nd Space, Bomb Disposer, Magic Maze, Vex, Data Bank, and Bilder-Lexikon
  • Bit Corporation Gamate system and 24 cards: 4 In 1 (Cube-Up/Mini Golf/Vindicators/Brick Blaster), Kung-Fu Fighter, Treasure Hunter, Bomb Blaster, Cube-Up, Myth of Asamia, Brick Blaster, Enchanted Bricks, Galaxy Invaders, Mighty Tank, Mini Golf, Witty Apee, Dino Ball, Kill Shot, Monster Pitfall, Tornado, Money Maze, Box Forum, Pipemania, Vindicators, Flipuzzle, Cosmic Fighter, Magic Jigsaw, and Pharaoh Revenger
  • Hartung Game Master system and 9 carts: Space Castle, Dungeon Adventure, Kung Fu, Urban Champion, Continental Galaxy, Go Bang!, Tennis, Pin Ball, and Falling Block
  • 1 more Hartung Game Master cart: Car Racing
  • 12 games for the Milton Bradley Microvision: Block Buster (TMS1100), Connect Four (Intel 8021), Mindbuster, Star Trek: Phaser Strike, Vegas Slots, Bowling (TMS1100), Pinball, Alien Raiders, Baseball, Super Blockbuster, Sea Duel, and Cosmic Hunter
  • 1 Game Boy Color pirate cart: Dragon Ball Z Fight 2002
  • Entex Select-A-Game system and 6 carts: Space Invader 2, Pinball, Football 4, Baseball 4, Basketball 3, and Pac-Man 2
  • Six carts for Koei PasoGo on loan to Guru: Igo Meikyokushuu Dai Ikkan, Tanoshii Tsumego Dai Nikan, Taikyoku-kun I, Tsuyoku Naru Tesuji Dai Ikkan, Tanoshii Tsumego Dai Ikkan, Denshi Goban
  • GameKing I system (needs BIOS dumped) and 13 carts: F1-2004 Racing, Soldier, Feichuan, Trojan Legend, Penguin, Lanneret, Popper, Happy Ball, Duckman, Ares, 2004, Street Hero, Dino Adventure Legend
  • Tomy Pocket Dream System on loan to Guru
  • Coleco Telstar Arcade (displays some graphics, but can't get game to start) and all 4 carts (though cart #2 has two versions and I only have one): Cartridge #1–Road Race/Tennis/Quick Draw, Cartridge #2–Hockey/Tennis/Handball/Target, Cartridge #3–Bonus Pinball/Shooting Gallery/Shoot The Bear/Deluxe Pinball, Cartridge #4–Naval Battle/Speed Ball/Blast-Away
  • Mattel Auto Race handheld game
  • Mattel Baseball handheld game
  • 5 Captain Power toys: Powerjet XT-7, Interlocker, Power Base, Phantom Striker, and Power On Energizer
  • 17 Captain Power VHS tapes (NTSC unless otherwise noted): Future Force Training (English), Future Force Training (French), Future Force Training: Contains Elements of Skill Levels 1, 2, & 3 (English) (PAL), Future Force Training (Italian) (PAL), Bio Dread Strike Mission (English), Bio Dread Strike Mission (Italian) (PAL), Raid On Volcania (English), Raid On Volcania (French), Raid On Volcania (Italian) (PAL), Captain Power Greatest Hits, Vol. 1: Shattered Dreams, Vol. 2: Final Stand, Vol. 3: The Ferryman, Vol. 4: Flame Street, Vol. 5: A Fire In The Dark, Vol. 6: The Intruder, Captain Power And The Soldiers Of The Future (UK compilation movie) (PAL)
  • View-Master Interactive Vision system and 7 VHS tapes (NTSC): Let's Learn To Play Together, Muppet Madness, Magic On Sesame Street, Disney's Cartoon Arcade, Oscar's Letter Party, Muppet Studios Presents: You're The Director, and Let's Play School
  • Worlds Of Wonder Action Max system and 5 VHS tapes (NTSC): .38 Ambush Alley, Hydrosub: 2021, The Rescue Of Pops Ghostly, Sonic Fury, and Blue Thunder
  • Bandai Video Challenger system (Japan) and 7 VHS tapes (NTSC unless otherwise noted): Space Challenge, Space Challenge (English), Godzilla Challenge 1, Godzilla Challenge 2, Sky Wars, Thunder Storm, Road Blaster, and Turtle Challenge (PAL)
  • Tiger BattleVision toy and 1 VHS tape (NTSC): Doom On You!
  • ComQuest Team Concepts Light 'n Learn kid's laptop
  • VideoBrain computer and 6 carts: Gladiator, Wordwise 1, Wordwise 2, Music Teacher 1, Video Artist, and Financier
  • Memorex VIS system
  • 5 Jakks Pacific Plug And Play systems: Mystery Machine, Spider-Man 3, High School Musical Edition 1, Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?, and Ultimotion Fitness
  • Milton Bradley TV Whac-A-Mole plug and play system
  • Video Challenger plug and play system (Pelican Accessories, 1999)
  • 3 Action Arcade Plug and Play systems: Double Dance Mania Techno Light, Double Dance Mania Supreme, and Double Dance Mania Mega 12
  • Hasbro Net Jet and two game keys: Transformers Battle Universe and Buggin' Out (but these are probably useless without the on-line service)
  • 1 Radica Games LCD system: Cube World Global Get-A-Way

In Ian Knowles's Possession

  • Microvision games: Bowling (which MCU?), Star Trek Phaser Strike
  • 1 cart for Coleco Telstar Arcade: Cartridge #1–Road Race/Tennis/Quick Draw
  • Yeno cassettevision and 3 games
  • Epoch Cassettevision junior and pakpak monster game.
  • V-tech Smile with Dora the explorer game
  • Colecovision Expansion Module 1 (atari 2600 hardware emulation)
  • V-Tech prestige computer
  • Philips Videopac G7000 and 2 games

In mellery's Possession

  • Total Control 4 - uses TMS1400
  • The Omega Virus - electronic board game using a TI 3253ACT / CSM11161AN (custom chip?)