Daisenpuu Artset

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Daisenpuu Artset

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Hi, i wonder if these two numners of this Artset are serial numbers to match the pcb (008259 and G3000527A),
anyone knows what these numbers shall represent?:

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Serial and Taito part number.
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You guessed ?

Because all DAISENPUU pcbs i saw (incl. mine) got 2 same numbers (K110043A and J1100188A),
maybe my question not exact in the first place, i just wanted to make sure theres is no "matching" Artset for that game,
would be kind of ugly to have a different serial on the pcb:

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The Taito part number is on the sticker next to the edge connector. First line is part number, second line game name.

The serial was most likely only on the box. If you're missing the box, it's not really matching. You might as well throw your game in the trash.

levellevelup wrote:
April 6th, 2020, 7:41 am
would be kind of ugly to have a different serial on the pcb:

Would be extremely ugly. Heinous.
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"You might as well throw your game in the trash."
Why? You dont like the game, its ok , i like it A LOT :)
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He's being sarcastic. You're extremely unlikely to find games like this with the box, let alone matching serials, and if you do, be prepared to pay a lot of money.
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nem wrote:
April 6th, 2020, 9:49 am

You might as well throw your game in the trash.


Would be extremely ugly. Heinous.

:lol: :lol:
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