[rescue] any video game rescuers?

Joshua Boyd jdboyd at jdboyd.net
Thu Apr 21 07:31:40 CDT 2011

How much (volume wise) of this stuff do you have?  I have some interest
in this, and have a local connection in the MAME community (which is also
interested in preserving hardware) who I already forwarded your message to.

On Thu, Apr 21, 2011 at 01:02:49AM -0400, Patrick Giagnocavo wrote:
> This may be "exotic" but when I had some old DEC stuff it got rescued,
> so ...
> Along with my PC motherboard recycling I ended up with a bunch of boards
> from mid-80s video games, including boards that have "Taito" or "SEGA"
> printed on them - along with one that has "DigDug" etched into the
> corner of the PCB.
> Note these are not complete video games, just some of the boards that
> would go into a system.
> Just like with the DEC stuff I posted a while ago, (and which a list
> member has taken and saved), I would much rather this go to someone who
> perhaps is already restoring games, or has a use for 80s era components
> at the least, in order to keep their own stuff running.  There is a
> Motorola 68k chip (68010? not sure) on a few.
> Unfortunately, I am not knowledgeable enough to be able to tell you if
> it is in working condition (you should assume not), nor which games each
> board came out of.
> Location is near Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
> Cordially
> Patrick
> PS: feel free to pass along to anyone who might be interested.
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