A500 and TAOS Genlock
(alternate)
Genlocks [1] Light Guns [2]
       

Metal Case [3]

Metal Case [3]
(opened)
ALG Kit [4] TAOS Board
       

Input Boards [5] MD1 RAM/ROM
(Rev.A)
WSJR RAM/ROM
(Rev.A)
RAM/ROM Board
(Rev.B)
       
 
RAM/ROM Board
(front)
RAM/ROM Board
(rear)
RAM/ROM Board
(Rev.B)
 
       
[1]  At least two types of genlocks were used: mini genlock (left) and bigger genlock (right).
[2]  From left to right: WSJR machine gun, ALG metal gun, plastic gun (Nintendo shell).
[3]  This kind of metal case was used in the second generation of laserdisc games.  The case
is mounted on top of the Sony laserdisc player and holds the A500, genlock, and RAM / ROM
board.  The TAOS board and power supply are external to this case.
[4]  This is a complete second generation ALG kit with only one gun connected.  It includes:
Sony laserdisc player (bottom), the metal case holding the A500, TAOS board, 12V power
supply board for the TAOS, genlock, and A500 power supply.  It is ready to play on a TV
using the genlock NTSC composite video output.
[5]  Top: TAOS board (2nd generation) - Bottom left: optoisolator board (1st generation)
Bottom right: audio amplifier board (1st generation)
       
 
3DO ALG Kit 3DO Arcade Setup Coyote Board  

 

 

 
Side Decal
(Drug Wars)
Marquees
(various)
Coin Labels *
 
 
       

Front Decal
(Crime Patrol)
Front Decal
(Drug Wars)
Front Decal
(Mad Dog II)
Panel Overlay
(Crime Patrol)
       

* The graphics for the coin labels "4", "5", and "50¢" are fabricated recreations.
These three labels were missing from this sheet when it was scanned, and it is only assumed
that their values were "4", "5", and "50¢".  These three recreations were made by resizing
the numbers 0, 4, and 5 in the other labels.

 

 

Sony LDP-1450
(17" x 16" 16.5 lbs)

Laserdisc
(single-sided, plastic)

Laserdisc
(recorded side)
Laserdisc
(jacket)
       

   

Mad Dog II:
The Lost Gold
(3DO CD-ROM)

Shootout at
Old Tucson
(3DO CD-ROM)

   

Manufacturers:
American Laser Games (USA)
Atari (Europe)
Years released: 1990 - 1995

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