'Skill With Prizes'. Quiz and video poker games, for example. Feel free to update this list with new hardware and games.
MPU4 + Video
CPU: 6809 (1MHz), 68000-10 (10MHz)
Sound: Video Card SAA1099, OKI?(Later MOD), Main Board: AY8913 (MOD 2 or below), YM2413 or MSM6376 (MOD4 and above)
- Skill Trek
- The Crystal Maze
- The Mating Game
Preliminary support in MAME, but needs serial link trickery.
Video: Custom, as far as we can tell
A graphics expansion board for Scorpion I and II
- Golden Crown
A graphics expansion board for Scorpion IV
Currently, MAME lists the 6809 card above as Adder 2 (according to info from Bellfruit contacts), so this needs checking.
CPU: Z80, 6809
Sound: AY-8910 + uPD7759 sound card
Medium: ROM or 3.5" disk (WD37C65 controller)
- A Question of Sport
- Brain Box
- Brain Box 2
- Every Second Counts
- Treble Top
Working in MAME with some gfx issues.
A graphics expansion board for Scorpion II
Video: STi3400DCV (MPEG-1), SCC66470CAB
Sound: TMS320AV110 (MPEG), YMZ280B-F
Medium: CD/HDD (SCSI)
- Radio Times
- Telly Addicts
- The Phraze that Pays
- Top of the Pops
Audio: Slipstream DSP/DAC
Medium: 3.5" disk (WD1772 controller)
This PCB is partnered with something else; Scorpion I perhaps?
Audio components and 4x2KB RAMs are not installed in later PCB revisions. It's highly likely the Slipstream DSP was never used as an audio generator.
"Give us a Break" hardware
CPU: 68000-8 (Clocked at 5MHz?)
Video: TMS34061, EF9369
Medium: 3.5" disk (WD1770 Controller)
Runs most of the code from the disk, boardsets require ROM, disk and PAL swap
- Give us a Break
- Numbers Game
- Pac Quiz
- Suit Pursuit
- Ten Up
- The Treasure Trail
Supported by MAME, but with coin-up issues.
System 5 + Video
Impact + Video
- Coronation Street
- Snakes and Ladders
- Trivial Pursuit
Supported as of MAME 0.115u1.
NOTE: This hardware is not to be confused with Proteus, which also ran some of these games, but was a Pentium II PC in a cab, running ports.
Video: MHS S-82716-4
Sound: 8032, uPD7759C
- Believe it or Not
- Crossword Puzzle
- Give us a Clue
- The Krypton Factor (CD-based with MPEG decoding)
- Aladdin's Cave
- Big Break
- London Underground
- Super Clue
- The Guinness Book of Records