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1300-In-1 Pandora's Box 6 Arcade Version - Horizontal JAMMA Game Board

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Description

Pandora's Box 6 - HDMi and VGA Output - 1300 Great Games. 

The 1300 in 1 Just Another Pandora's Box 6 JAMMA board features an awesome selection of arcade classic games including various versions of Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat 4, King of Fighters, SNK v Capcom, Jackie Chan, Tekken 1 to 3, R-Type, Parodius DA, Scramble, Dodopachi, Donpachi, TMNT, Shinobi, Robocop,  and many many more...

The games list also boasts various versions of Street Fighter, including Street Fighter Alpha, Street Fighter 2 and Street Fighter 3 Third Strike, as well as multiple versions of Mortal Kombat & Tekken, so is a great choice for lovers of fighting games. There are also several versions of Metal Slug included. Please see below for the full games list (1300 games in total). The Just Another Pandora's Box 6 will output to VGA and HDMi on modern TV's and can be set to coin operated or free play mode.

Please see below for full games list.
Just Another Pandora's Box 6 Games List

Specification:
* Original 3A version
* CPU - Quad-core CortexA7 1.2GHz
* GPU - Mali400MP2@600MHz
* RAM - DDR3/1866 2GB
* Storage - MicroSD(TF)512MB & 8GB USB Storage

Requirements:
This board requires a JAMMA wired cabinet or control panel and a horizontally orientated monitor or HDMi TV
Output for VGA or HDMi on TV
Suitable for upright arcade machines OR output to HDMi on TV
Coin op or free play

JAMMA Wiring:
Please see the table below for the wiring required.
Please check your cabinet/control panel wiring prior to purchase.
* Up to 6 buttons per player required to play all games

Solder Side
Parts Side
Ground
A
1
Ground
Ground
B
2
Ground
+5V DC
C
3
+5V DC
+5V DC
D
4
+5V DC
N/C
E
5
N/C
+12V DC
F
6
+12V DC
N/C
H
7
N/C
N/C
J
8
N/C
N/C
K
9
N/C
Speaker (-)
L
10
Speaker (+)
N/C
M
11
N/C
Video Green
N
12
Video Red
Video SYNC
P
13
Video Blue
N/C
R
14
Video Ground
N/C
S
15
N/C
Pause
T
16
Coin Switch #1
Player 2 - START
U
17
Player 1 - START
Player 2 - UP
V
18
Player 1 - UP
Player 2 - DOWN
W
19
Player 1 - DOWN
Player 2 - LEFT
X
20
Player 1 - LEFT
Player 2 - RIGHT
Y
21
Player 1 - RIGHT
Player 2 - Button 1
Z
22
Player 1 - Button 1
Player 2 - Button 2
a
23
Player 1 - Button 2
Player 2 - Button 3
b
24
Player 1 - Button 3
* Player 2 - Button 4
c
25
* Player 1 - Button 4
* Player 2 - Button 5
d
26
* Player 1 - Button 5
* Player 2 - Button 6
e
27
* Player 1 - Button 6
Ground
f
28
Ground

 

Game Board Dimensions:
Length: 18cm
Width: 12cm
Height: 3cm

Display:
This board will output to VGA and HDMi
16:9 (1280 x 720)
4:3 (1024 x 768)
** When set to AUTO, the board will automatically detect the monitor and output the appropriate resolution.

Product Features:
* 1300 classic arcade games
* Outputs to both VGA and HDMi
* Supports game pause function
* Turbo shooting function
* Large selection of Street Fighter games
* Supports upright machines ONLY - Does NOT support monitor flipping
* Can be set to coins or free play mode

Reviews

  • 4
    Not bad for the cash.

    Posted by Andy Johnson on 11th Aug 2019

    I got one of these to go in a cabinet I wanted to do up on the cheap and to turn it into a multi game cab.

    The cart is chamma rather than Jamma, Basically the same but has 2 of the gnd wires wired for button 6 P1&P2.
    Not a issue if you are wiring from scratch like I was otherwise you may need a adapter.
    The board itself seems of good quality and I had no problems configuring it to run 640 x 480 to run on the original CRT monitor in the cab but you should do this before connecting it to the monitor as I read that the higher resolutions can damage older monitors.

    The games themselves seem to run ok, its running a very old version of mame as most of these things do and the newer games like Tekken and MK4 are PSX ports which have a timed feature so when credits are inserted you get X amount of minutes to play (variable in settings).

    That does bring me on to my one real gripe with this thing.
    If its set to free play not a problem but if you are running it on a real cab like I am with a coin mech and want it to run in credit mode some minor sacrifices have to be made.

    Basically the problem revolves around the exit to menu function. To exit to menu there is only 2 options 1 is to hold the start button to bring up a in game menu and exit. The 2nd is to hold p1 start and insert a credit.

    If you have it set to the menu option (which I would of preferred) when you insert a credit into the game it actually credits the front end (which requires a credit to choose a game) so you then have to press and hold the start button to get the menu up to credit the game which is a bit of a faff to be honest!
    This problem does not exist if you disable the in game menu and have it set to p1 start and credit to exit which is what I have opted to do it just means you have a daft combo to exit back to the main menu which I think it would be better if you could choose a custom button combo.

    Other than that it runs well and has a good selection of games, Lots of repeats but the back end has a option to hide these if you wish as well as a whole multitude of other options like changing control configs and other options.

    Another cool feature is the ability to add extra roms, I have not done this as I think 1300 (even with repeats) is more than enough! But its there if you want it.

    All in all pretty good board I just hope they add custom exit button combos and a few other back end features in the next iteration :)

  • 4
    Good multigame cart

    Posted by Mark M. on 22nd Apr 2019

    Good quality multigame cart, emulation is good, no obvious screen tearing or graphical glitches, internal fan is quiet, board runs cool (on 640x480 setting at least) and it runs multiple resolutions, which is handy. PinOut is not standard Jamma, so a chamma to Jamma adapter would be useful for anyone looking to drop this into a pre-existing Jamma cabinet with multiple boards or a switcher. Good quality board, simple to set up and configure, quality sound, and very few headaches for the price. Interface could have used a few more options, but the basics are all there. No hi-score saves is about the biggest down side of this product, but you can't have everything. Great advice and help from Andy in Arcade world during the purchase, and next day shipping did exactly what it said on the tin. Recommended.

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