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Dragon's Lair
Space Ace
Thayer's Quest
Cliff Hanger
Cobra Command
Super Don Quixote
Cobra Command
Astron Belt
Galaxy Ranger
Esh's Aurunmilla
Us Vs Them
Casino Strip
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The Arthur Main Logic Board

Arthur is a Replacement Main Logic Board
for use in Cinematronics' Dragon's Lair and Space Ace.

Arthur is ready to run multiple
Laserdisc Players
including the original
LD-V1000 and PR-7820
Newer LD-V8000 and LD-V4400
as well as
The Dexter replacement player.

Arthur is Multi-Game Ready!
It includes ROM sets for
Dragon's Lair,
Dragon's Lair 2 Time Warp,
and Space Ace.

Ready to Play.


The Merlin MultiGame Board

Merlin replaces the ROM board in your original Dragon's Lair or Space Ace arcade machine.
It provides all 3 games of Dragon's Lair, Dragon's Lair II, and Space Ace in one cabinet.
Merlin works with multiple video players so you can replace your broken player with a newer one.
Select your video player from the choices on the right.

Choose your Merlin to match
the video player you have
or plan to use:

I have the original PR-7820
or LD-V1000 laserdisc player.
Use Merlin-1000

I have a Sony LDP-1450/1550
and a Hi-Tech or LaserAce
conversion board.
Use Merlin-1000

I have a Pioneer LD-V8000,
LD-V4x00 or LD-V2x00
laserdisc player.
Use Merlin-8000

I have the Dexter
laserdisc-replacement player.
Use Merlin-Dx.

The LaserCon Original Board

The LaserCon LDP Converter
enables you to replace
your broken laserdisc player
with a newer, faster, more reliable one.

Games supported:
"Thayer's Quest", "Super Don Quix-ote",
"Cliff Hanger" and many other games
based on the LD-V1000 and
PR-8210 disc players.


The ALG MultiROM Board

The LaserCon A.L.G. MultiROM
replaces the RAM/ROM board used
in "American Laser Games"
light-gun arcade machines.

It gives you eight different
games in one machine.
Just change the laserdisc
and your playing the new game.
No need to open the case and
swap out the RAM/ROM board.


Not sure if this is right for you?
Would you like some free technical help getting your Laser Game working again?
Send email to shaun@wood1st.com