CPS1

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CPS1
Katakana CPシステム
Rōmaji shīpī shisutemu
Manufacturer Capcom
Year 1988
Media PCB
CPU Motorola 68000 @ 10 MHz
Sound Z80 @ 3.579545 MHz
YM2151 @ 3.579545 MHz, OKI6295 @ 6.061 kHz
Resolution 15k
Wiring Standard JAMMA+
Successor CPS2

The CP System (CPS1) was developed by Capcom.

CP System Game List

Source

Name Japanese Name CPS-B # C-board PAL's B-board PAL's Suicide Battery Release Date
1941: Counter attack 1941 (1941} CPS-B-05 DL-0411-10006 Question mark.svg YI24B & Question mark.svg Question mark.svg 1990-02
Buster Bros 3 Pang! 3 -Kaitōtachi no kareina gogo- (パン!3 -怪盗たちの華麗な午後-) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 & C632 CP1B1F, CP1B8K & CP1B9KA Red x.svg 1995-05-11
Capcom World 2: Adventure Quiz Adventure Quiz Capcom World 2 (アドベンチャークイズカプコンワールド2) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 Q522B & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1992-06-11
Captain Commando Captain Commando (キャプテンコマンドー} CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 & C632 CC63B, CCPRG & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1991-09-28
Carrier Air Wing U.S. Navy (U.S.NAVY) CPS-B-16 DL-0411-10011 None CA24B & IOB1 Red x.svg 1990-10-12
Dynasty Wars Tenchi o Kurau (天地を喰らう) CPS-B-02 DL-0411-10002 Question mark.svg Question mark.svg Red x.svg 1989-04
Final Fight Final Fight (ファイナルファイト) CPS-B-04 DL-0411-10005 None S224B & LW10 Red x.svg 1990-01-12
Forgotten Worlds Lost Worlds (ロストワールド) CPS-B-01 DL-0411-10001 None LWCH1 & LW10 or LWCHR Red x.svg 1988-07
Ghouls 'n Ghosts Daimakaimura (大魔界村) CPS-B-01 DL-0411-10001 None DM620 & LW10 or DM22A (Japan) Red x.svg 1988-10-26
Ken Sei Mogura Ken Sei Mogura (拳聖土竜) Question mark.svg Question mark.svg Question mark.svg Question mark.svg 1994
Knights of the Round Knights of the Round (ナイツオブザラウンド) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 & C632 KR63B, BPRG1 & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1991-11-27
Magic Sword - Heroic Fantasy Magic Sword (マジックソード) CPS-B-13 DL-0411-10008 None MS24B & IOB1 Red x.svg 1990-06-23
Mega Man the Power Battle Rockman: The Power Battle (ロックマン ザ・パワーバトル) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 & C632 RCM63B, BPRG1 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1995-10-06
Mega Twins Chiki Chiki Boys (チキチキボーイズ) CPS-B-14 DL-0411-10009 Question mark.svg CH24B? & IOB1 Red x.svg 1990-06-19
Mercs Senjō no Ōkami II (戦場の狼Ⅱ) CPS-B-12 DL-0411-10007 C628 0224B & IOB1 Red x.svg 1990-03-02
Nemo Nemo (ニモ) CPS-B-15 DL-0411-10010 Question mark.svg NM24B & Question mark.svg Red x.svg 1990-11-20
Pnickies Pnickies (ぷにっきいず) CPS-B-21? DL-0921-10014? Question mark.svg Question mark.svg Red x.svg 1994-06-08
Quiz and Dragons: Capcom Quiz Game Quiz & Dragons (クイズ&ドラゴンズ) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 QD22B & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1992-07-01
Quiz Tonosama no Yabō 2: Zenkoku-ban Quiz Tonosama no Yabō 2: Zenkoku-ban (クイズ 殿様の野望2 全国版) Question mark.svg Question mark.svg Question mark.svg Question mark.svg 1995-01-23
Street Fighter II': Champion Edition Street Fighter II′: Champion Edition (ストリートファイターⅡダッシュ -Champion Edition-) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 & C632 S9263B, BPRG1 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1992-03-13
Street Fighter II': Hyper Fighting Street Fighter II′ Turbo: Hyper Fighting (ストリートファイターⅡダッシュターボ -Hyper Fighting-) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 & C632 S9263B, BPRG1 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1992-12-09
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (ストリートファイターⅡ -The World Warrior-) CPS-B-17 DL-0411-10012 C632 STF29 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1991-02-06
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (ETC Rev G) Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (ストリートファイターⅡ -The World Warrior-) CPS-B-11 DL-0411-10004 None STF29 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1991-05-22
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (Japan) Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (ストリートファイターⅡ -The World Warrior-) CPS-B-13 DL-0411-10008 C632 STF29 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1991-12-10
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (Japan Rev C) Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (ストリートファイターⅡ -The World Warrior-) CPS-B-12 DL-0411-10007 C632 STF29 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1991-03-06
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (US Rev D) Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (ストリートファイターⅡ -The World Warrior-) CPS-B-05 DL-0411-10006 C632 STF29 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1991-03-18
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (US Rev E) Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (ストリートファイターⅡ -The World Warrior-) CPS-B-18 DL-0411-10013 C632 STF29 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1991-02-28
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (US Rev I) Street Fighter II: The World Warrior (ストリートファイターⅡ -The World Warrior-) CPS-B-14 DL-0411-10009 C632 STF29 & IOB1 Red x.svg 1991-05-22
Strider Strider Hiryū (ストライダー飛竜) CPS-B-01 DL-0411-10001 None ST24M1 & LW10 or ST22B or ST24B2 (World) Red x.svg 1989-03
The King of Dragons The King of Dragons (ザ・キングオブドラゴンズ) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 & C632 KD29B & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1991-09-10
Three Wonders Wonder 3 (ワンダー3) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 & C632 RT24B & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1991-05-20
U.N. Squadron Area 88 (エリア88) CPS-B-11 DL-0411-10004 None AR24B & LW10 Red x.svg 1989-08
Varth: Operation Thunderstorm Varth: Operation Thunderstorm (バース -オペレーションサンダーストーム-) CPS-B-04 DL-0411-10005 None VA24B & LW10 Red x.svg 1992-06-12
Willow Willow (ウィロー) CPS-B-03 DL-0411-10003 None WL24B & LW10 Red x.svg 1989-06

C-Board compatibility

CPS-B-01 = CPS-B-21 (non-suicide) and sometimes = CPS-B-11
CPS-B-02 = CPS-B-12

CP System Dash

A year before releasing the CP System II, Capcom released an enhanced version of the original CP System dubbed the CP System Dash, which had some features that would later be used in the CP System II, such as the Q-Sound chips.
The CP System Dash boards have four interlocking PCBs and are contained in gray plastic boxes. To combat piracy, "suicide batteries" were implemented, which power the volatile RAM which contained the ROM decryption tables. If the batteries' voltage should drop below +2V, or if an attempt was made to dump the encryption codes, the decryption algorithms stored in RAM would be lost, and the CPU would no longer have valid code to execute, rendering the game inoperable, and necessitating the operator sending the board to Capcom to be fixed, at his own expense. Unlike the CP System II, CP System Dash sound ROMs were encrypted using "Kabuki" Z80s.[1]

Name Japanese Name CPS-B # C-board PAL's B-board PAL's Suicide Battery Release Date
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs Cadillacs Kyōryū Shinseiki (キャディラックス 恐竜新世紀) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 CD63B, BPRG1 & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1993-02-01
Muscle Bomber Duo: Ultimate Team Battle Muscle Bomber Duo: Heat Up Warriors (マッスルボマーDUO -Heat Up Warriors-) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 Question mark.svg Question mark.svg Yes check.svg 1993-12-06
The Punisher The Punisher (パニッシャー) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 PS63B, BPRG1 & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1993-04-22
Saturday Night Slam Masters Muscle Bomber: The Body Explosion (マッスルボマー -The Body Explosion-) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 MB63B, BPRG1 & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1993-07-13
Warriors of Fate Tenchi o Kurau II: Sekiheki no Tatakai (天地を喰らう2・赤壁の戦い) CPS-B-21 DL-0921-10014 IOC1 TK263B, BPRG1 & IOB1 Yes check.svg 1992-10-02

This is the pinout for the PCB that splits the JAMMA signal between the QSound board and the JAMMA harness, with part number 92636E-3:

Solder Side Pin Pin Parts Side
12 V 1 A 12 V
GND 2 B GND
- 3 C -
- 4 D -
JAMMA Speaker - 5 E JAMMA Speaker +
CN-4: 9 6 F CN-4: 10
CN-4: 7 7 H CN-4: 8
CN-4: 5 8 J CN-4: 6
CN-4: 3 9 K CN-4: 4
CN-5: 9 10 L CN-5: 10
CN-5: 7 11 M CN-5: 8
CN-5: 5 12 N CN-5: 6
CN-5: 3 13 P CN-5: 4
CN-6: 5 14 R CN-6: 6
CN-6: 3 15 S CN-6: 4

These are the pinouts for the rest of CN4, CN5 and CN6:

CN4

Pin Description
1 GND
2 GND
3 3P Right
4 3P Left
5 3P Down
6 3P Up
7 3P Button 1
8 3P Button 2
9 3p Coin
10 3p Start

CN5

Pin Description
1 GND
2 GND
3 4P Right
4 4P Left
5 4P Down
6 4P Up
7 4P Button 1
8 4P Button 2
9 4p Coin
10 4p Start

CN6

Pin Description
1 12 V
2 12 V
3 Coin Count 3
4 Coin Count 4
5 Coin Lock 3
6 Coin Lock 4

CPS Changer

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