Shanghai Kid

Arcade 1985 Taiyo (Data East license) Fighter Versus
Early fighter with targets appearing upon each opponent to show you their weak points.
Shanghai Kid

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  • maincpu Z80 (@ 3 Mhz)
  • bbx Z80 (@ 3 Mhz)
  • audiocpu Z80 (@ 3 Mhz)
  • DAC
  • AY-3-8910A (@ 1 Mhz)
  • Orientation Yoko
  • Résolution 255 x 224
  • Fréquence 60 Hz
  • Nombre de joueurs 2
  • Nombre de boutons 2
  • Type de contrôle joy (8 ways)

Screenshots de Shanghai Kid

Shanghai Kid - Screen 1
Shanghai Kid - Screen 2
Shanghai Kid - Screen 3
Shanghai Kid - Screen 4
Shanghai Kid - Screen 5

Les clones de Shanghai Kid

Tips sur Shanghai Kid

* Test Mode : Press Coin 1 or Coin 2 key during boot up. You can check a input and sound in Test Mode.

Shanghai Kid et M.A.M.E.

0.37b14 [Phil Stroffolino]
0.37b12 [Phil Stroffolino]

- Reset the game while pressing Coin 1 or 2 to enter the test mode.

- In the later levels, sound starts to get really screwy. Kurushimi (ID 01005)

- 0.122u6: Changed Z80 CPU1/2/3 clock speeds to 3072000 Hz and AY-3-8910A to 1536000 Hz.
- 0.63: Uki added clone 'Hokuha Syourin Hiryu no Ken' (Nihon Game 1985 (Taito license).
- 7th January 2003: Uki added the Japan version of Shanghai Kid called Hokuha Syourin Hiryu no Ken.
- 14th November 2001: Phil Stroffolino added an alternate set of Shanghai Kid.
- 0.37b15: Changed description to 'Shanghai Kid'.
- 0.37b14: Phil Stroffolino added Shanghai Kid (Japan) (Taiyo 1985 (Data East license)).
- 16th March 2001: Phil Stroffolino sent in an update to the Shanghai Kid driver, using the correct protection module ROMs and with other fixes.
- 18th February 2001: Phil Stroffolino sent in an almost completely working Shanghai Kid driver.
- 0.37b12: Phil Stroffolino added Shanghai Kid (Testdriver). There is a 1.5" by 2" by 4" black epoxy block that has an external battery. The block is connected to the PCB by a 40 pin DIP socket labeled IC30. There is a small smt IC on the video board with the numbers ground off.
- 24th January 2001: Phil Stroffolino added Chinese Hero to the preliminary Shanghai Kid driver, but unlike Shanghai Kid, it doesn't have protection so it works perfectly.
- 22nd December 2000: Guru - The Shanghai Kid WIP got updated with a new driver and some technical info on the rom code.
- 4th December 2000: Guru - Been working with MAMEdev to try to get Data East's Shanghai Kid up and running. I have a non-working PCB and it was necessary to open up the epoxy-encased protection module to see what was inside. The epoxy block contains a small PCB with a few surface-mounted chips on it. A Z80 cpu, LS245 logic IC and the infamous battery-backed 8K static ram chip, among other smaller components such as resistors, capacitors and diodes. The reason the Shanghai Kid boards die is similar to CPS1 and CPS2 suicide. The battery dies, so the ram chip loses the program code, then the PCB is useless and can't be fixed. There's no ROM or MCU contained in the epoxy block, which was the reason for investigating in the first place.
- 13th November 1999: Phil Stroffolino sent in WIP driver for Shanghai Kid, but not working.

LEVELS: 13 (endless)

Romset: 299 kb / 35 files / 137.5 zip
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