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MAPPY
OPTION SWITCH SETTINGS

Posted with permission by [Bally/Midway/Williams/NAMCO/whomever]


dip switch A (5B)

                                 SW#1 SW#2 SW#3 SW#4 SW#5 SW#6 SW#7 SW#8
Difficulty level
A  (default, easiest)            OFF  OFF
B                                ON   OFF
C                                OFF  ON
D  (hardest)                     ON   ON

                                 SW#1 SW#2 SW#3 SW#4 SW#5 SW#6 SW#7 SW#8
Sounds
provide sound during attract (default)                    OFF
do not make sound during attract                          ON

                                 SW#1 SW#2 SW#3 SW#4 SW#5 SW#6 SW#7 SW#8
Round change
Normal operation (default)                                     OFF
Rack advance (see below)                                       ON

                                 SW#1 SW#2 SW#3 SW#4 SW#5 SW#6 SW#7 SW#8
Freeze video
Normal (default)                                                    OFF
Freeze                                                              ON


Notes:
Switches 3 through 5 inclusive must always be OFF.

The Round Change setting allows you to advance through rounds, not picking
up points, while it is set to rack advance.  To resume playing, turn it off
and it will continue from the beginning of the next rack.

The defaults mentioned are the factory recommended settings.



dip switch B (5E)

                                 SW#1 SW#2 SW#3 SW#4 SW#5 SW#6 SW#7 SW#8
Coins per credit - coin switch number 1
1 coin,  1 credit (default)      OFF  OFF  OFF
1 coin,  2 credits               ON   OFF  OFF
1 coin,  3 credits               OFF  ON   OFF
1 coin,  6 credits               ON   ON   OFF
2 coins, 1 credit                OFF  OFF  ON
2 coins, 3 credits               ON   OFF  ON
3 coins, 1 credit                OFF  ON   ON
3 coins, 2 credits               ON   ON   ON

                                 SW#1 SW#2 SW#3 SW#4 SW#5 SW#6 SW#7 SW#8
Bonus mice
1, 2, 3 mouse    5 mouse
start            start

1st Mappy 20000  1st Mappy 30000
2nd Mappy 70000  2nd Mappy 80000                OFF  OFF  OFF

1st Mappy 20000  1st Mappy 30000
2nd Mappy 60000  2nd Mappy 100000               ON   OFF  OFF

1st Mappy 20000  1st Mappy 30000
2nd Mappy 80000  2nd Mappy 120000               OFF  ON   OFF

1st Mappy 30000  1st Mappy 30000
2nd Mappy 100000 2nd Mappy never                ON   ON   OFF

1st Mappy 20000  1st Mappy 40000
2nd Mappy never  2nd Mappy never                OFF  OFF  ON

1st Mappy 20000  1st Mappy 30000
and every 70000  and every 100000               ON   OFF  ON

1st Mappy 20000  1st Mappy 40000
and every 80000  and every 120000               OFF  ON   ON

1st Mappy never  1st Mappy never                ON   ON   ON


                                 SW#1 SW#2 SW#3 SW#4 SW#5 SW#6 SW#7 SW#8
Starting mouse count
3 (default)                                                    OFF  OFF
5                                                              ON   OFF
1                                                              OFF  ON
2                                                              ON   ON


Notes:
The defaults mentioned are the factory recommended settings.



I don't work for anyone in the coin-op industry, and I don't take
responsability for anything you may do with the above information. For
example, if you manage to ground the flyback transformer on the
monitor with your body while trying to change switch settings, your
survivors have to blame it on your own klutziness, as I never told you
to do that, and I never suggested it would be a good thing to try.

 


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