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- This article is a generic description of Namco's "Galaxian" hardware. For the specific arcade game, see Galaxian.
The Namco 8-bit Galaxian arcade system board was first used by arcade video game maker Namco in 1979.
Namco Galaxian specifications 
- Main CPU: Zilog Z80
- Sound chips: Discrete
- Video resolution: 256x224
- Notes: King and Balloon uses an extra Z80 microprocessor to drive a DAC that handles speech synthesis.
List of Namco Galaxian arcade games 
- Galaxian (1979)
- King and Balloon (1980) - the first game to feature synthesized voices
- Zig Zag (1982) - a bootleg of Namco's Dig Dug on Galaxian hardware.
- Check Man (1982)
- A bootlegged Pac-Man was also made with Namco Galaxian hardware named Ghostmuncher Galaxian. It contained Pac-Man and Galaxian on 1 board. It was changed using a DIP Switch.
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