Fandom

Wikia Gaming

Bandai RX-78

26,922pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.


The RX-78 Gundam is a Japanese 8-bit microcomputer manufactured by Bandai. It first appeared in 1983, and employed a SHARP LH0080A(Z80A clone) CPU. It ran at a clock speed of 4.1 MHz, and shipped with 30 KB of RAM. Its 27-color display had a maximum resolution of 192×184 pixels.

Contents

 [1] *1 Games

editGames

The RX-78 Gundam was primarily a gaming machine, with two joysticks included. Software was released on rom cartridge.

19 games for the Bandai RX-78 were released, along with a smaller number of non-gaming titles.

  • Excite Baseball
  • Challenge Golf
  • Excite Tennis
  • Champion Racer
  • Super Mototcross
  • The Wrestling
  • Perfect Mahjong
  • World Card
  • Hamburger Shop
  • Gundam - Luna Tsu no Tatakai
  • Tatakae! Ultraman
  • Zero Fighter
  • Space Enemy
  • Rengo Kantai
  • Sekigahara
  • Space Capsule
  • Cannonball
  • Hitsuji Ya-i
  • Yellow Cab

editEducational

  • ABC Tango Games
  • Sansu Tsuma Zuki
  • Keisan Enshu Drill
  • Graphic Sugaku

editTools

  • BS BASIC
  • Kanji Word Processor
  • Z80 Assembler
  • Music Master
  • Animation Graphics
  • Creative Graphics {| cellspacing="5" class="infobox hproduct vevent" style="font-size: 11px; border-top-color: rgb(170, 170, 170); border-right-color: rgb(170, 170, 170); border-bottom-color: rgb(170, 170, 170); border-left-color: rgb(170, 170, 170); background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); color: rgb(0, 0, 0); margin-top: 0.5em; margin-right: 0px; text-align: left; line-height: 1.5em; width: 22em; "

|+ class="fn summary" style="font-size: 14px; font-weight: bold; "|Bandai Gundam RX-78 ! colspan="2" style="vertical-align: top; text-align: center; font-size: 14px; "|[2] |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Manufacturer | style="vertical-align: top; "|Bandai |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Type | style="vertical-align: top; "|Home computer |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Release date | style="vertical-align: top; "|July 1983 |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Media | style="vertical-align: top; "|ROM cartridge |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Operating system | style="vertical-align: top; "|BS-BASIC |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|CPU | style="vertical-align: top; "|SHARP LH0080A (Z80A)
@ 4.1 MHz |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Graphics | style="vertical-align: top; "|192 × 184, 27 colors |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Sound | style="vertical-align: top; "|3× voices (4 octaves) with 1 noise generator |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Connectivity | style="vertical-align: top; "|Joystick, 1× RF, 1× RCA,ROM cartridge |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Predecessor | style="vertical-align: top; "|Bandai Arcadia |- ! scope="row" style="vertical-align: top; "|Successor | style="vertical-align: top; "|Playdia |}

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki