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Super A'Can

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History[edit]

The Super A'Can was released on October 25th, 1995 only in Taiwan.[1][2] The system did not sell well, cost it's maker Funtech 6 million dollars, and unsold units were scrapped for parts.[3]

Technology[edit]

The die of a Motorola 68000 CPU, similar to the one used in the Super A'Can.

Compute[edit]

The Super A'Can used a 16 bit Motorola 68000 as its primary processor clocked at 10.6 megahertz and a 8 bit Motorola 6502 as a secondary processor clocked at 3.58 megahertz.[2][4][1]

The Super A'Can has 64 kilobytes of RAM and 128 kilobytes of video RAM.[1]

Notable games[edit]

12 games exist for the Super A'Can.[2]

1995[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Console[edit]

Controller[edit]

Motherboard[edit]

Internals[edit]

References[edit]