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FS: Echo Lake Gameplan MPU-2 board

Added: 2016-01-19 16:37:49 UTC • Ended: January 26th, 2016
Condition: Used, good condition

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$ 250 (Firm)

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I have dropped the price to help defray the costs associated with having Jim burn new ROM images onto the single game chip. Maybe this is something you can do yourself.

This is an Echo Lake Gameplan MPU-2 replacement board. The board is essentially brand new. It was installed in my Cyclopes for only a day or two. It should work in all standard Gameplan MPU-2 games (not sure about cocktails) but you can contact Jim to find out.

It will come with a Cyclopes ROM chip that you will need to send back to Jim to have burned for which ever game you have. You cannot pull chips out of your existing board and install in this board. Jim has incorporated all original ROM chip images onto a single ROM chip that plugs into this board.

If you plan on putting this into a Cyclopes, I do have to disclose that there is an issue with switch handling during a game that Jim cannot figure out. It will work in all other games except Cyclopes. This is the only reason why I am selling it, as my original board works fine.

The price is firm and includes shipping within the continental USA only via UPS ground.

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