Main PCB [1]
(USA/Leland
and others)
NTSC PCB [2]
(4-3/4" x 4-3/4")
Power Supply
(Europe/Brent Leisure)
Monitor
25" Wells Gardner
       
   
Monitor Type 1
(Australia /
Leisure & Allied)
Monitor Type 2
(Australia /
Leisure & Allied)
   
[1]  This board is also used in the Brent Leisure, Elettronolo, and Leisure & Allied releases of
the game, with a different EPROM.
[2]  Not used in the Europe/Brent Leisure or Italy/Elettronolo version of the games that used
the Philips VP380.  The VP380 SCART connector provides RGB output for the monitor.

 

 

Control Panel
(USA/Leland)

Control Panel
(Italy/Elettronolo)
Control Panel
(Australia /
Leisure & Allied)
Control Panel
(Europe/Brent Leisure)
       
CP Overlay
(USA) (repro)
(Arcade Renovations)
CP Overlay
(Europe/Brent Leisure)
CP Overlay
(Conversion for ALG)
Marquee
(USA/Leland)
       
Marquee
(Europe/Brent Leisure)
Marquee
(Italy/Elettronolo)
Marquee
(Australia /
Leisure & Allied)
Marquee
(Conversion for ALG)
       
Side Decals
(USA/Leland)
Side Art
(Europe/Brent Leisure)
Side Art
(Italy/Elettronolo)
Side Art
(Australia /
Leisure & Allied)
       
Sword Buttons
(USA/Leland)
Sword Buttons
(Europe/Brent Leisure)

 

 

Laserdisc
(first pressing)

Laserdisc
(second pressing)

Laserdisc
(Spanish dialogue)

Sony LDP-1450
(17" x 16" 16.5 lbs)
Philips VP380
(??" x ??" ?? lbs)

Manufacturers:
Leland (USA, 1991)
Brent Leisure (Europe, 1992)
Elettronolo (Italy, 1992)
Leisure and Allied Industries
(Australia, 1992)

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