Kung Fu Master Question

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I was looking at the pinout for my Kung Fu Master PCB and it shows pinouts
for a second set of controls(joystick + 2 buttons). I looked it up at KLOV
and the description tells that it's 2 player alternating and the pics show
only 1 control set. Why would they have pinouts for a second set of
controls if this is only a 1 player at a time game?

I am assuming at this point that the PCB was possibly used for another game
as well???

Thanks,
--
Tom

"That man is richest whose pleasures are cheapest."
-Henry Thoreau

"The original point and click interface is a Smith and Wesson"
 
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Cocktail.


Tom wrote:
> I was looking at the pinout for my Kung Fu Master PCB and it shows
pinouts
> for a second set of controls(joystick + 2 buttons). I looked it up at
KLOV
> and the description tells that it's 2 player alternating and the pics
show
> only 1 control set. Why would they have pinouts for a second set of
> controls if this is only a 1 player at a time game?
>
> I am assuming at this point that the PCB was possibly used for
another game
> as well???
>
> Thanks,
> --
> Tom
>
> "That man is richest whose pleasures are cheapest."
> -Henry Thoreau
>
> "The original point and click interface is a Smith and Wesson"
 

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"Tom" <usa1nospam@iei.net> wrote in message
news:Xns96277681C7854TomFromIndy@129.250.170.85...
>I was looking at the pinout for my Kung Fu Master PCB and it shows pinouts
> for a second set of controls(joystick + 2 buttons). I looked it up at KLOV
> and the description tells that it's 2 player alternating and the pics show
> only 1 control set. Why would they have pinouts for a second set of
> controls if this is only a 1 player at a time game?
>
> I am assuming at this point that the PCB was possibly used for another
> game
> as well???
>
> Thanks,
> --
> Tom
>
> "That man is richest whose pleasures are cheapest."
> -Henry Thoreau
>
> "The original point and click interface is a Smith and Wesson"


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Here is another funny Kung-Fu one.:))
"MARK" <MARKLINE@OPTONLINE.NET> wrote in message
news:%IZ1e.3616$ki7.3459@fe11.lga...
>
> "Tom" <usa1nospam@iei.net> wrote in message
> news:Xns96277681C7854TomFromIndy@129.250.170.85...
>>I was looking at the pinout for my Kung Fu Master PCB and it shows pinouts
>> for a second set of controls(joystick + 2 buttons). I looked it up at
>> KLOV
>> and the description tells that it's 2 player alternating and the pics
>> show
>> only 1 control set. Why would they have pinouts for a second set of
>> controls if this is only a 1 player at a time game?
>>
>> I am assuming at this point that the PCB was possibly used for another
>> game
>> as well???
>>
>> Thanks,
>> --
>> Tom
>>
>> "That man is richest whose pleasures are cheapest."
>> -Henry Thoreau
>>
>> "The original point and click interface is a Smith and Wesson"
>
>
>


begin 666 movies, Fart Within The Matrix at Kontraband.url
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`
end
 

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http://www.kontraband.com/show/show.asp?ID=748&NEXTID=0&PREVID=0&DISPLAYORDER=20030613000028&CAT=movies&NSFW=0&page=20
"Tom" <usa1nospam@iei.net> wrote in message
news:Xns96277681C7854TomFromIndy@129.250.170.85...
>I was looking at the pinout for my Kung Fu Master PCB and it shows pinouts
> for a second set of controls(joystick + 2 buttons). I looked it up at KLOV
> and the description tells that it's 2 player alternating and the pics show
> only 1 control set. Why would they have pinouts for a second set of
> controls if this is only a 1 player at a time game?
>
> I am assuming at this point that the PCB was possibly used for another
> game
> as well???
>
> Thanks,
> --
> Tom
>
> "That man is richest whose pleasures are cheapest."
> -Henry Thoreau
>
> "The original point and click interface is a Smith and Wesson"