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SANWA
9015

This is another incarnation of the classic systems using cartridges based on General Instruments chips.

The Sanwa 9015 has a stylish silver front plate. Ten small buttons, horizontaly arranged, are used to select the different games offered by the inserted cartridge. The playing options are activated by the several switches. Then a big & funky start button can be pressed to start the game. The two joystick connectors (DIN plugs) are placed at the front of the case, wich is quite convenient... Game instructions and options are always written on the label of the cartridges.

The Sanwa 9015 is the same system as the Unimex Mark IX, the Poppy 9015, the TV-10 Color or the Mustang 9015.

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Drew Haywood reports :
This unit was also marketed in Australia under the brand name "Sheen", who also produced dedicated "pong" machines in the late 70's/early 80's. Here it retailed for $A56.76 in about 1981. (the box still has it's KMart price tag.) Here it was sold with 2 cartridges included (with 14 games in total) and I also have a third cart from a third party software company.


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sell for only ebay sanwa / Mustang 9015 Made in Germany joystick + 3 floppy + headphones info e-mail ewak300i@wp.pl

          
Friday 24th February 2012
gutwimir (poland)

Hello,
I m interested in that machine
if someone is selling it...contact me...

          
Saturday 1st May 2010
lucifershalo (Belgium)

I sell my SANWA9015
Its an incredible cool mschine. Very Oldschool fpr Cool people. JUST BUY IT!!!

BUY BUY BUY!!!!

          
Tuesday 23rd February 2010
Dan wild (Germany)

 

NAME  9015
MANUFACTURER  Sanwa
ORIGIN  Germany
YEAR  Unknown
BUILT IN SOFTWARE / GAMES  None
CONTROLLErsc  Two analog joysticks with fire button
CPU  None (inside each the cartridge)
COLOrsc  Yes
SOUND  Single channel beeper
I/O PORTS  Two controller connectors (DIN)
MEDIA  Cartridges
NUMBER OF GAMES  7
POWER SUPPLY  6 x 1,5v battery cells or 9v DC
PRICE  Unknown





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