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Namco Galaga specifications
- Main, graphics and sound CPU: three Zilog Z80 processors.
- Sound chip: Uses the same custom three-channel WSG (waveform sound generator) as the Namco Pac-Man.
- Other chips: Custom input/output controller (type 1) which handles the controls. Bosconian also has a second input/output controller (type 1) which handles the speech.
- Video resolution: 224 x 288 (Bosconian has the monitor turned on its side).
- Notes: Each game uses a different video board (except Xevious and Super Xevious which are the same).
List of Namco Galaga arcade games
- Galaga (1981) - sequel to Galaxian
- Bosconian (1981) - the first game to have a continue feature
- Dig Dug (1982)
- Xevious (1982)
- Super Xevious (1984)
- Battles (1982) - bootleg of Xevious
- Gallag (1982) - hack of Galaga
- Xevios (1982) - bootleg of Xevious
- Zig Zag (LAX, 1982) - bootleg of Dig Dug; another version also exists on Namco Galaxian hardware
- Galaga '84 (1984) - hack of Galaga
- Gatsbee (Uchida, 1984) - hack of Galaga
- Nebulous Bee (1984) - hack of Galaga
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