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Confirmed To be conf. MAME Emulated
Original Under License Bootleg

AEA


  • American Electronic Assembly.
  • Main office location: Tencarola (Padova). 
  • AEA builded machines with original boards (mainly from Sega), with slightly hardware changes, and finally three original games.
  • Founded and managed by Tiziano Tredese, disappeared in the middle of the eighties.
  • There's only one known bottleg by AEA, a version of Asterock, Sidam's bootleg of Asteroids.
Name Orig. Year Emul. Info
Head-on
1979
Clone of Sega original
Super Head-on
1979

Clone of Head-on 2 (Sega), to be confirmed
Silver Dollar
1979

Clone of Deadeye (Meadows)
Asterock
1980
Clone of Asteroids (Atari)
Mini Monaco G.P.

1980

Clone of Sega original
Carnival

1980

Clone of Sega original
Borderline

1981

Clone of Sega original
Arcade Super-Reflex

1982


Rolling Ball

1983


Kubiks

1984


Super Head-on

It can be an evolution of Head-on, or a simple port of Head-on 2. The cabinet monitor was an Hantarex HTC90.

Mini Monaco G.P.

The board was an original Sega with no CPU; the cabinet was very tight.

Borderline

The Romset used by MAME comes from an AEA machine. The PCB inside is identical to the original one made by Sega.

Arcade Super-Reflex

A shooting gallery game in a cabinet full of mirrors.

Rolling Ball

 




Images from the flyer, thanks to Federico Croci.

Roll over the targets with a white marble.
Avoid other balls; stupid (yellow), smart (orange), very smart (purple) and sticky (red).
Also bonus stars, fuel recharge, vitamins and so on.