Norbert's Emulators

TAPs for the Topfield TF 4000 PVR

Emulators for Classic Games

This section contains my emulators of classic arcade games for the TF4000PVR. Download them and follow the instructions in the readme file.

[3] Pacman (Namco 1980): Pacman probably is the most famous and successful video game in history. The arcade original was an instant hit in 1980, and since then up to modern times the game was ported to practically every hardware platform.
Pacman was developed by Namco. It used Zilog's legendary Z80 CPU and had custom video and sound hardware.
Download the game by clicking HERE.

This is what Pacman and the Topfield TF4000PVR look like:

Pacman (C) 1980 Namco The Topfield TF4000PVR



[2] Space Invaders (Taito/Midway 1978): Space Invaders is one of the great classic video games. In 1978, when it came out, it created the video game hype and was extremely successful in the arcades all over the world. Space Invaders was made by Taito and licensed by Midway for the U.S. market. It used Intel's 8080 as its CPU and had custom-made bitmapped video hardware. This video hardware could only generate black and white screen output. A transparent screen overlay colored certain areas in green and red.
Download the game by clicking HERE.

This is what Space Invaders and the Topfield TF4000PVR look like:

Space Invaders (C) 1978 Taito/Midway The Topfield TF4000PVR



[1] Astro Fighter (DECO 1980): The arcade game Astro Fighter was originally written by Data East Corporation (DECO) in 1980. It was one of the first arcade games I ever played, though the version we had in our pub was called Astro Wars (bootlegged or made under license by the company Zaccaria).
Download the game by clicking HERE.

This is what Astro Fighter and the Topfield TF4000PVR look like:

Astro Fighter (C) 1980 Data East Corporation The Topfield TF4000PVR