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    Puzzle bobble, possible factory conversion?

    Got this in a MVS, label looked booty. Board numbers say this started life as a 3 count bought. EPROMs and conversion boards seem like a lot of work for a boot, maybe a factory conversion?

    Note that I put the electric tape on, the windows were originally covered by paper tape.




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    Nope, that's a boot.

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    Just showing the work: You're never going to see flash adapter boards used as the main memory on a legit cart.

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    impressive boot though

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    And 3 Count Bouts came in clear shells too. That alone would raise another flag.

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    Pretty much 70-80% of Puzzle Bobbles and Puzzle de Pons are boots; successful and addictive games, they sell extremely well and are cheap to make thanks to their small memory size.
    If you have a proto, I have 5000$. PM.
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