SG-1000


SG-1000
Sega SG-1000
SG-1000 Logo.svg
Sega SG-1000 Bock.jpg
Manufacturer Sega
Generation Third generation
Retail availability

Japan July 15, 1983
Australia 1983
New Zealand 1983

Japan July, 1984(SG-1000 II)
Media ROM Cartridge, Cassette tape
CPU NEC 780C (clone of Zilog Z80) clocked at 3.579545 MHz for NTSC, 3.546893 MHz for PAL
Memory 2kB RAM, 16kB VRAM
Display 256×192 resolution, 16 colours, 32 on-screen sprites
Successor Sega Mark III/Sega Master System

The SG-1000 (エスジー・セン Esujī Sen?), which stands for Sega Game 1000, was a cartridge-based video game console manufactured by Sega. This system marked Sega's first entry into the home video game hardware business, and while the system was not popular,[1] it provided the basis for the more successful Sega Master System.[2]

Contents

History

Monaco GP SG-1000 game cartridge

The SG-1000 was first released to the Japanese market on July 15, 1983. Coincidentally, this is exactly the day that Nintendo's Family Computer was released in Japan. The console reached minor success in that market and sold moderately well within Asia until 1985. The system was launched in New Zealand as released by Grandstand Leisure Limited, Australia by John Sands and in other countries, such as France, Italy, Spain, and South Africa. The console in its original form was never launched in North America.

Game manufacturer Tsukuda Original produced the Othello Multivision (オセロマルチビジョン?), an SG-1000 clone with its own set of Othello Multivision-branded games. Because the SG-1000's hardware was very similar to Coleco's Colecovision console, Telegames was able to produce a clone named the Telegames Personal Arcade in North America, which can play both SG-1000 and Colecovision games. The Telegames Personal Arcade was based on Bit Corp's Dina 2-in-1 ColecoVision clone.

A caveat is the SG-1000's surprisingly wide availability on Taiwan's secondary market. This console is highly significant in Taiwan as one of its first and best-remembered consoles, where it was manufactured and sold (very briskly) under license as "阿羅士" ['Lou Shi']. This was striking in that in the same time period from 1983 to 1986, Famicom games were widely pirated as standalone and multi-carts (replete with rudimentary switch banks to select the active ROM), as well as no less than three different pirated versions of the Atari 2600 with boastful monikers characteristic of the times ("冒險家" ['Adventurer'], "賓果" ['Delight'], "強棒創造者" ['Steadfast Creator']).

Taiwan, among a few other countries, also received a "Mark IV" version of the console (most likely a modified Master System II) and the Mark naming convention was further extended to the Mega Drive/Genesis ('Mark V').

SG-1000 II

Sega SG-1000 II

In July 1984, Sega released an updated version of the console called the SG-1000 II. It is functionally identical to the SG-1000, but has a re-styled shell and the connector for the optional plug-in SK-1100 keyboard has been moved from the rear to the front. It was initially priced at ¥15,000. A computer version of this console, with a built-in keyboard, was called the SC-3000, which would go on to outsell the SG-1000.

The SG-1000 runs all SC-3000 games and applications, with the exception of Music and Basic Cartridges. The machine could be used just like the SC-3000, provided one had the keyboard attachment ready. In Japan the console also had an optional game card reader add-on called the Card Catcher that allowed for the use of Sega game card software. Card based software was exclusive to Japan, only cartridge based games were released in Europe and Oceania.

The Card Catcher would become built into the Sega Mark III, as well as the first version of the Master System.

SC-3000

SC-3000
SC-3000H

The SC-3000 was the computer equivalent of the SG-1000.

The SC-3000 sold for ¥29,800 (USD$386.81) in 1983 and was marketed as a computer for beginners. Since games were compatible with both the SC-3000 and SG-1000, and since the SC-3000 was also able to run computer applications, it outsold the SG-1000.

Users were able to create their own programs and games on the machine in BASIC, as well as machine code. A speech synthesis unit, light pen, and several other third party accessories were also available.

The SC-3000H, which originally sold for ¥33,800, was an upgraded version of the SC-3000 with more RAM and an upgraded keyboard (the original keyboard was of the low-end membrane type).

The SC-3000 had an add-on called the SF-7000. The SF-7000 added 64KB of RAM and 8KB ROM, a 3-inch floppy disk drive, a Centronics parallel port, and an RS232 serial port.

Sega Mark III

The Sega Mark III (model number SG-1000M3), a yet newer version in Japan with improved video hardware and an increased amount of RAM, would be redesigned to become the Sega Master System.

Specifications

Emulation

The Gametap subscription gaming service includes an emulator of the SG-1000 console. As of June 15, 2007, eleven SG-1000 titles were available for play. The open source emulators MESS, blueMSX, and MEKA are able to emulate the SG-1000 console, among other consoles. Sega Master System emulators are usually able to play SG-1000 games, as the real Sega Master System also had that capability.

List of SG-1000/SC-3000 series games

Sega SG-1000/SC-3000 series Cartridge Game List

Code Number Software Title ROM Size Genre Developer Copyright Publisher(Sale) ReleaseJapan ReleaseEuropean Union ReleaseAustralia ReleaseNew Zealand
G-1001 Borderline 16KB Shooter Compile Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
Violently dash into the enemy zone by freely maneuvering the red jeep! Throughout the first to the fourth scenes, continue to advance in an effort to destroy the enemy fortresses and headquarters by avoiding attacks from the enemy's tanks, armored motorcars, airplanes, and missiles. Begin your invasion into the next scene after destroying all the fortresses of the present scene you are engaged in battle in.

When you completely destroy the heeadquarters in the final 4th scene, the strategic jeep operation that you launched results in a smashing victory for you.

G-1002 Safari Hunting 16KB Action Compile Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
Go deep into the jungle and hunt fierce animals. Your weapon is a mighty tranquilizer gun. Capture the sleeping snakes, gorillas, lions and elephants by putting them into a cage. Capture as many animals as possible, while considering the effective time of the tranquilizer and the available quantity of fuel.
G-1003 N-Sub 16KB Shooter Compile Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
A big battle developes [sic] on a cobalt blue sea. Fire a torpedo when you find the enemy's ships. Avoid the destroyer's attack by using your missiles, torpedoes and depth bombs. Counter-attack and sink the enemy's ships. The enemy attack becomes more intense with each new round.
G-1004 Mahjong 16KB Variety Sega Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Not released Not released Not released
G-1005 Champion Golf 32KB Sports Sega Logitec Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown 1983 June, 1984
If it's raining on Sunday ... it's "CHAMPION GOLF" day. You can enjoy hitting the ball with the appropriate club to match the shot. Walking around the course with the considerate caddie over its extensive fairways, roughs, greens, ponds and bunker areas. Getting a "Birdie", "Eagle" or incredible "Hole in One", or the even more miraculous "Albatross" will make you feel like you are on top of the world.
G-1006 Serizawa hachidan's Tsumeshogi 16KB Puzzle/Variety Coreland Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Not released Not released Not released
Tsumeshogi Puzzle Game. It was put on the market only in Japan.
G-1007 Congo Bongo 32KB Action Ikegami Tsushinki Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
The hunter climbs up treacherous cliffs chasing after the gorilla. He encounters many dangers on the way. Watch out for falling coconuts and pesky monkeys. And finally capture the gorilla to preserve the hunter's honor.
G-1008 YAMATO 16KB Shooter Sega Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
Avoid the enemy's attack by torpedoes and missiles. Shoot down the missiles. Be careful, YAMATO will explode if it is hit broadside, Aim at the enemy and fire the guns. Attack enemy's planes by using your quick-firing guns.
G-1009 Champion Tennis 8KB Sports Sega Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
Serve, receive and smash. Attack rival's weak point. Use all corners of the court and get a glorious victory over your opponent! This is a highly intellectual and competitive sports game which requires sharp nerves and concentration.
G-1010 Star Jacker 32KB Shooter Sega Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
A "new feeling" space game. Glorious space troops fight against invading "Dester" army. Avoid UFO's continuous attacks weaving left and right, up and down. Counter-attack by using your fire button. Lead the space troops to the carrier passing through the various mysteriy [sic] zones.
G-1011 Champion Baseball 16KB Sports Alpha Denshi Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown 1983 Unknown
Squeeze, steal, and double play ......!! This is a fully appealing and thrilling baseball game game in which you can enjoy all imaginable kinds of baseball patterns one after another as in an actual game.

This game allows you to compete against the computer team (the P team versus the C team). Also, this game now permits 2 players to compete against each other and assures that your enjoyment will be doubly increased.

G-1012 Sindbad Mystery 16KB Shooter Sega Sega Sega July 15, 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
SINDBAD, an adventurous boy, comes to TREASURE ISLAND. He wants to successfully find the treasure through the clues in the TREASURE MAP by opening the ? panels. To challenge him, MONSTERS are here and there, loitering in the maze-like routes on the island. Muster up your courage, roll the STONE forward and destroy the MONSTERS.

After successfully finding the TREASURE, let's go on to the next adventure on another, more wonderous TREASURE ISLAND!

G-1014 Golgo 13 32KB Shooter Sega Sega Sega 1984 Unknown Not released Not released
G-1015 Orguss 32KB Shooter Sega Big West Advertising, MBS Sega, Big West Advertising, MBS 1984 Unknown Unknown February, 1985
The ORGUSS is seen flying in the sky above the earth.

The enemies from the world called TERRAM are fiercely attacking ORGUSS. You can transform ORGUSS into the all-powerful "ORGROID" or into the high speed FLIER which will enable you to rapidly reach the SPACE-TIME VIBRATING WEAPON. Only 2-1/2 minutes before SPACE-TIME destruction takes place!! The ultimate WEAPON'S door is open. Now is the right moment to fire your missiles and stop the operation of the TIMER CONTROL PANEL. The control of SPACE-TIME is now in your hands.

G-1017 Monaco GP 32KB Racing Sega Sega Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
G-1018 SEGA Flipper 16KB Action Sega Sega Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
A catchy rythmical flipper sound accompanies this computer game.

D.T. (drop target) that enables you to earn bonus points! K.H. (kicker hole) that entitles you to earn bonus points X a multiplication rate! Take good aim, and shoot away. Here's wishing you success as you merrily flip your way around the playfield in search of the proverbial "high score".

G-1019 Pop Flamer 16KB Action Sega Jaleco Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
G-1020 Pacar 16KB Action Sega Sega Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown Unknown
Pac-Man like game.
G-1022 Sega Galaga 16KB Shooter Sega Namco Sega 1983 Not released Not released Not released
G-1023 Space Slalom 8KB Action Sega Oruka->Sega Sega 1983 Not released Not released Not released
G-1026 Zippy Race 32KB Racing Sega Irem Sega 1983 Not released Not released Not released
G-1027 Pachinko 16KB Variety Sega Sega Sega 1983 Not released Not released Not released
G-1028 Exerion 16KB Shooter Sega Jaleco Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown June, 1984
G-1029 Pachinko 2 16KB Variety Sega Sega Sega 1984 Not released Not released Not released
G-1030 Home Mahjong 48KB Variety Sega Sega Sega 1984 Not released Not released Not released
G-1030B Home Mahjong(Limited Edition) 48KB Variety Sega Sega Sega 1984 Not released Not released Not released
G-1031 Lode Runner 32KB Action/Puzzle Compile Broderbund Sega 1984 Unknown Not released January, 1985
G-1032 Safari Race 32KB Racing Sega Sega Sega 1984 Unknown Unknown January, 1985
G-1033 Champion Boxing 32KB Sports Sega Sega Sega 1984 Unknown Not released January, 1985
G-1034 Champion Soccer 16KB Sports Sega Sega Sega 1984 Unknown Not released Not released
G-1035 Hustle Chumy 16KB Action Compile Compile Sega 1984 Not released Not released Not released
G-1036 Flicky 32KB Action Sega Sega Sega 1984 Unknown Not released February, 1985
G-1037 Girl's Garden 32KB Action Sega Sega Sega 1984 Not released Not released Not released
G-1038 Zaxxon 32KB Shooter Ikegami Tsushinki Sega Sega 1985 Not released Not released Not released
G-1039 Champion Pro Wrestlling 32KB Sports Sega Sega Sega 1985 Not released Not released Not released
G-1040 GP World 32KB Racing Sega Sega Sega 1985 Not released Not released Not released
G-1041 Konami's Sinnyu Shain Toru-Kun 32KB Action Konami Konami Sega 1985 Not released Not released Not released
G-1042 Konami's Hyper Sports 32KB Sports Konami Konami Sega 1985 Not released Not released Not released
G-1043 Star Force 32KB Shooter Sega Tehkan Sega 1985 Not released Not released Not released
G-1044 Othello 32KB+RAM2KB Variety Sega Tsukuda Original Sega 1985 Not released Not released Not released
G-1045 Space Invaders 32KB Shooter Sega Taito Sega 1985 Not released Not released Not released
G-1046 The Castle 32KB+RAM8KB Action/Puzzle Sega ASCII Sega 1986 Not released Not released Not released
G-1315 Loretta No Shouzou 1Mbit Adventure Sega Sega Sega Feb 18, 1987 Not released Not released Not released
Loretta No Shouzou = Loretta's portrait
It is Sherlock Holmes's original story. Only Japanese corresponds.

Sega SG-1000/SC-3000 series MYCARD Game List

Code Number Software Title ROM Size Genre Developer Copyright Publisher(Sale) ReleaseJapan ReleaseNew Zealand
C-5 Champion Golf 32KB Sports Sega Logitec Sega 1985 Not released
C-17 Monaco GP 32KB Racing Sega Sega Sega 1985 Not released
C-26 Zippy Race 32KB Racing Sega Irem Sega 1985 1985
C-33 Champion Boxing 32KB Sports Sega Sega Sega 1985 Not released
C-43 Star Force 32KB Shooter Sega Tehkan Sega 1985 Not released
C-46-1 Dragon-Wang (with CardCatcher Limited Edition*) 32KB Action Sega Sega Sega 1985 Unknown
C-46 Dragon-Wang 32KB Action Sega Sega Sega 1985 1985
C-47-1 Zoom 909 (with CardCatcher Limited Edition*) 32KB Shooter Sega Sega Sega 1985 Unknown
C-47 Zoom 909 32KB Shooter Sega Sega Sega 1985 1985
C-48 Choplifter 32KB Action Compile Broderbund Sega 1985 1985
C-49 Pitfall 2 32KB Action Sega Activision Sega 1985 1985
C-50 Doki Doki Penguin Land 32KB Action/Puzzle Coreland Sega Sega 1985 1985
C-51 Drol 32KB Action Sega Broderbund Sega 1985 1985
C-52 Chack'n Pop 32KB Action Sega Taito Sega 1985 1985
C-53 Bank Panic 32KB Action Sega Sanritsu Denki Sega 1985 1985
C-54 Rock n' Bolt 32KB Action Sega Activision Sega 1985 1985
C-55 Elevator Action 32KB Action Sega Taito Sega 1985 1985
C-56 Sokoban 32KB Puzzle Sega Thinking Rabbit Sega 1985 1985
C-57 Championship Lode Runner 32KB Action/Puzzle Compile Broderbund Sega 1985 1985
C-58 H.E.R.O. 32KB Action Sega Activision Sega 1985 Unknown
C-59 Champion Ice Hockey 32KB Sports Sega Sega Sega 1985 1985
C-60 Hang-On II 32KB Racing Sega Sega Sega 1985 1985
C-61 Bomb Jack 32KB Action/Puzzle Sega Tehkan Sega 1985 Unknown
C-62 Champion Ski (Cancelled) 32KB Sports Sega
C-63 Gulkave 32KB Shooter Compile Compile Sega 1986 Unknown
C-64 C-SO! 32KB Action Compile Pony Sega 1985 1985
C-65 Ninja Princess 32KB Shooter Sega Sega Sega 1986 1986
C-66 Super Tank 32KB Shooter Sega Sega Sega 1986 Not released
C-67 Champion Kendo 32KB Sports Sega Sega Sega 1986 Not released
C-69 Wonder Boy 32KB Action Escape Sega Sega 1986 1986
C-71 Champion Billiards 32KB Sports Compile Sega Sega 1986 Unknown
C-72 The Black Onyx 32KB RPG Sega BPS Sega 1987 Not released

(It is inserted into Cartridge Slot, and a 'Card Catcher' is the thing of the adapter to use card software. A 'Card Catcher' attached version existed in the first limited edition of Dragon-Wang and ZOOM-909. Because there is no card slot in the SG-1000/SC-3000 series, it is a necessary adapter (card slot SEGA Mark III/ Master System). But, it is possible that it is used.)

Othello Multivision Cartridge List

Code Number Software Title ROM Size Genre Developer Copyright Publisher(Sale) ReleaseJapan
OM-G001 Q*bert 8KB Action Konami Gottlieb Tsukuda Original Nov 30,1983
OM-G002 Guzzlur 8KB Action Tsukuda Original Tehkan Tsukuda Original Nov 30,1983
OM-G003 Space Mountain 8KB Shooter Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original Dec 1983
OM-G004 3 Nin Mahjong 16KB Variety Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original 1984
OM-G005 Challenge Derby 16KB Action Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original 1984
OM-G006 Ayako.Okamoto's Match Play Golf 32KB Sports Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original Feb 1984
OM-G007 Space Armor 16KB Shooter Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original 1984
OM-G008 007 James Bond 16KB Action Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original Tsukuda Original 1984
OM-G009 Challenge Soccer (Cancelled) Sports Tsukuda Original
OM-G010 Great Escape2 (Cancelled) Shooter Tsukuda Original

The Othello Multivision is a licensed clone of the SG-1000, manufactured by Tsukuda Original and fully compatible with the SG-1000. The console comes with a copy of the game Reversi built into the unit, and eight additional titles were released by Tsukuda Original.

Sega CAI Software(for SC-3000 series or SG-1000 series + SK-1100)

Code Number Software Title Media Contents commentary Developer Copyright Publisher(Sale) ReleaseJapan
E-101 Music for SC (or SK) (Triple Accord, 5 Octaves) Cartridge Sega Sega 1983
E-102 Graphic Cartridge Graphic Editor Sega Sega 1983
E-103 Chugaku Hisshu Ei Tango (Junior High School 1st) Tape English Words Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-104 Chugaku Hisshu Ei Sakubun (Junior High School 1st) Tape English Compositionfor Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-105 Chugaku Hisshu Ei Bunpou (Junior High School 1st) Tape English Grammer Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-106 Tanoshii Sansuu (Elementary School 4th, vol.1) Tape Mathematics Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-107 Kagaku Genso Kigou Master Tape Chemical Symbols Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-108 Nihonshi Nenpyou Tape Chronological Table of Japanese History Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-109 Sekaishi Nenpyou Tape Chronological Table of World History Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1984
E-110 Chugaku Hisshu Ei Tango (Junior High School 2nd) Tape English Words Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-111 Chugaku Hisshu Ei Sakubun (Junior High School 2nd) Tape English Compositionfor Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-112 Chugaku Hisshu Ei Bunpou (Junior High School 2nd) Tape English Grammar Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1983
E-113 Tanoshii Sansuu (Elementary School 4th, vol.2) Tape Mathematics Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 198x
E-114 Tanosii Sansuu (Elementary School 5th, vol.2) Tape Mathematics Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 1984
E-115 Tanoshii Sansuu (Elementary School 6th, vol.2) Tape Mathematics Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 198x
E-116 Tanoshii Sansuu (Elementary School 5th, vol.1) Tape Mathematics Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 198x
E-117 Tanoshii Sansuu (Elementary School 6th, vol.1) Tape Mathematics Stratford computer center Stratford computer center/ Sega Sega 198x
E-119 Uranai Angel Cutie Cartridge ROM32KB Fortune-telling Sega Sega 198x
E-??? Butsuri (Undo to Chikara Hen) Tape Physics Sega 198x
E-??? Butsuri (Energy Hen) Tape Physics Sega 198x

BASIC cartridge

Code Number Software Title Corresponding model Developer Copyright Publisher(Sale) ReleaseJapan ReleaseAustralia ReleaseNew Zealand
B-10 BASIC Level II A SC-3000 series Sega Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown
B-11 BASIC Level II A SK-1100(SG-1000series+SK-1100) Sega Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown
B-21 BASIC Level II B SK-1100(SG-1000series+SK-1100) Sega Sega 1984 Unknown Unknown
B-30 BASIC Level III A SC-3000 series Sega Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown
B-40 BASIC Level III B SC-3000 series Sega Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown
B-41 BASIC SK-III SK-1100(SG-1000series+SK-1100) Sega Sega 1983 Unknown Unknown
B-50 Home BASIC both (SC-3000 or SK-1100) Sega Sega 1984 Unknown Unknown
B-51 Home BASIC Level II B both (SC-3000 or SK-1100) Sega Sega 1984 Unknown Unknown

Other

Code Number Software Title ROM Size Genre Developer Copyright Publisher(Sale) ReleaseJapan
GB-800 TV Oekaki Sega Sega Sega 1985

The drawing/painting program TV Oekaki (Eng. trans.: "TV Doodler" or "TV Scribbler") uses a drawing tablet that connects directly to the cartridge.

References

  1. ^ "Playing the SG-1000, Sega's First Game Machine". Wired Magazine's online site. October 2009. http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2009/10/sega-sg-1000/. Retrieved 2009-10-05. 
  2. ^ "Playing the SG-1000, Sega's First Game Machine". Wired Magazine's online site. October 2009. http://www.wired.com/gamelife/2009/10/sega-sg-1000/. Retrieved 2009-10-05. 

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