CrazyImpmon Posted September 27, 2002 Share Posted September 27, 2002 When I sorted and checked my collection of 2600, I noted that Burgertime cart is very heavy. Most other M Network carts I've taken apart usually had a pcb about the size of US half dollar coin and had one tiny black eproxy covering the ROM chip. When I took apart the Burgertime I was greeted with 4 chips. 2 identical chips opposite of the game connector is probably the game ROM but I'm not sure about the other 2 chips. One is a Toshiba TC5516AP-8 (24 pin IC, I think it's RAM chip) and another is rather large, almost like a CPU. 40 pin IC, marking reads: VTI 0098-0748 VC2032. The board has the silkscreen print: © M.I. 1983 4518-4229 REV. A BIG GAME What exactly am I looking at? And why with all the circuitry the 2600 game sucks badly graphic wise? All those flickering and flashing square cursor could induce seizures. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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