- A well-known maker of separate parts (like controls) founded
by Augusto Alberici (who died in 2012) in Bologna and still in
business. Alberici is probably the final buyilder of the
machines designed by Bacchilega.
- Bontempi, along with Nat, built a cabinet for Crazy Balls by
- The name "Bruno Cleva, Trieste" was found (by
Pero S.) in Bosnia-Herzegovina inside a PSE "Bazooka" cabinet.
Trieste is a city, located in proximity of the border between
Italy and the former Yugoslavia.
- Dassì sold Labirinto, Football Stop, Missile and Ping Pong.
They should be based on Allied Eng. or Ramtek creations.
- Tiziano Tredese, formerly chairman of AEA, founded in Rubano
(Padova) the company Elmac, which is now a gambling machines
We know about a non-gambling Elmac game, called "Gioca Quiz". No unit has be found, according to some rumors it should be an alternate version of "Quiz" by Elettronolo.
- GMA's "Euro Ranger" was probably based on a
bootleg of Enduro Racer (Sega) made by someone in Spain.
- IDI, A company in Alessandria - Italy, not Egypt! - marketed the game Taskete, a version of Speak and Rescue made by japanese Karateco.
- Mobilmatic was founded by Luigi Serafin. Their "Enduro Dakar" was based on a bootleg of Enduro Racer (Sega) made by Beta in Spain.
- Nat, along with Bontempi, built a cabinet for Crazy Balls by E.G.S.; previously marketed a clone of Moto-cross (also known as "The Fonz") by Sega, with an original PCB, called "Daytona".
- Distributor of "Ghox" by Toaplan. The board arrived from Japan with the possibility to display the name of Star, by setting the dip switches.