Nintendo Punch-Out to JAMMA Adapter
Allows you to play you Nintendo Punch-Out!! in a JAMMA cabinet or a supergun device.
Punch-Out is an arcade boxing video game deleloped and released by Nintendo in 1984. While production numbers weren't as high as other Nintendo games of that period likely due to higher purchase price, it didn't stop Punch-Out from becoming an instant success and earning it the title of the best performing arcade game of 1984 in the United States.
Punch-Out arcade cabinets have two dedicated monitors, one for gameplay and another one for stats, round time and player and opponent health. In order to display this information the adapter has an on board video switching circuit that can be switched to the stats screen via a press of a button. The adapter also contains a video inverter circuit and and an audio amplifier to ensure full JAMMA compatibility.
Nintendo eventually produced a sequel known as Super Punch-Out, and a spin-off game called Arm Wrestling. The adapter is compatible with both of these games as well.
Punch-Out buttons map to JAMMA buttons as per the table below:
|PUNCH-OUT FUNCTION||JAMMA FUNCTION|
|SWITCH SCREEN||P1 START|
|LEFT BLOW||P1 BUTTON 1|
||P1 BUTTON 2|
|K.O. BLOW||P1 BUTTON 3|
||P1 BUTTON 4|
||P1 BUTTON 5|
|BOTTOM SIDE||TOP SIDE|
TOP SIDE refers to the top of PCB stack (smallest board on top). This is also the SOLDER SIDE of the PCB with the edge connector. Pinout is ordered right to left when looking at the board stack with the edge connector facing away.
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