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Game signal conversion apparatus










Image Number 13 for United States Patent #5556108.

A game signal conversion apparatus includes a CPU which generates image data representing a plurality of kinds of gradations or color tones similar to gradations or color tones utilized in display game characters in a first game machine on the basis of image display data stored in a ROM contained in a cartridge for first game machine. The image data processed by the CPU is transferred to a second game machine in a manner that the image data is in conformity with a format and a timing for controlling display in the second game machine. Furthermore, commands by which necessary data are inputted in converting various kinds of data for the first game machine into various kinds of data for the second game machine are represented by illustrations or symbols (command characters), so that the necessary data can be inputted through selection of the symbols.








 
 
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