Each Atari System 1 game had a different slapstic and even Atari managed to lose the masks for these years ago so the only place I could get one was from another Indy board.
And the problem was obvious.I took some wire cutters to the clown-loom and relieved it of the 12V connection, amp issues would have to wait.I was gonna have to remake the jamma loom at some point anyway to wire up the control lines so having tracked down the correct connectors (thanks Mikes Arcade) and put it off for a few weeks coz I hate making adaptors I finally got.As the game was crashing rather than giving corrupt gfx I focused on the maincpu section of the address space.In addition, there were 2 versions of Temple of Doom for the NES.Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom fell in between these two categories.
I used a lead with tv players for pc alligator clips on both ends, one end was clamped to a ground test point on the PCB and the other around the a screwdriver, then I could go along the unused pins on the edge connector with the screwdriver seeing.Those are the only similarities however.No sign of the crashes reported by the seller.Now this board is not the standard Atari System 1 layout from what I can find online, it is 2 large boards in a stack with standoff pillars at each corner.The game layout is very different.Conclusion, nintendo's Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom is hardly the best Indy game out there.Screenshots 120 more add screenshots, promo Images, there are no promo images for this game add promo images, alternate Titles "Indiana Jones the Temple of Doom".
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