Allows you to use your Gigas pre-JAMMA game, in a JAMMA cabinet or a super gun device.
Gigas, which was originally developed at least in part by Nihon System and was licensed to and released by Sega in 1986. The first version of Gigas, ran on proprietary hardware used in at least one other Nihon System game, Free Kick.
Gigas / Gigas Mark II pcbs may have been released with different pinouts. This may be especially true with bootleg games. This adapter works with Gigas versions that have a 36 pin main board, and a 10 pin daughter board edge connectors.
Daughter board cable is included with this adapter.
This adapter follows the following pinout scheme:
|SOLDER SIDE||PARTS SIDE|
(PCB edge connector facing away, list is ordered right to left)
Daughter Board Connector
Important: Gigas requires a spinner. The adapter can be combined with a JAMMA TrackSpin adapter to simulate spinner controls with a joystick.
This is the list of compatible games that can be used with this adapter:
The adapter has been tested with a genuine and bootleg Gigas PCBs. It may also be compatible with other Nihon Systems games in addition to the ones listed above.
Here is more information on how connect the adapter to the PCB in a JAMMA setup and how to control the game with a regular joystick using the the TrackSpin Adapter.
Rev 1.0: Initial Design.
Board Size: 50mm x 112mm
Current Carrying Capacity: 5V – 12A, 12V-3A