Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - Owners Manual (USA / Leland) (14 pages)
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp
- Owners Manual (Europe / Atari) (17 pages)

Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - Schematics (USA / Leland) (12 pages)
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - Pinouts / Info (USA / Leland)

Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - Game Settings (On Screen Programming)
- Press and hold the "Sword" button
- Press the "Service switch" (located inside coin door)
- Release both buttons 

Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (USA / Leland Rev. 2.00)  1
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (USA / Leland Rev. 2.11)  2
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (USA / Leland Rev. 3.00)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (USA / Leland Rev. 3.14)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (USA / Leland Rev. 3.15)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (USA / Leland Rev. 3.18)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (USA / Leland Rev. 3.19)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (Europe / Atari Rev. 3.12)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (Europe / Atari Rev. 3.15)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (Europe / Atari Rev. 3.16)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (Europe / Atari Rev. 3.17)  3 
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (Europe / Atari Rev. 3.19)  3
Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp - ROM Images (Leland hardware / Spanish language Rev. 3.19)  4
Dragon's Lair II Enhancement ROM - (for USA / Cinematronics)

1  ROM revision 2.00 works only with a prototype dual-sided Dragon's Lair II / Space Ace 1991 laserdisc and a prototype version of the Dragon's Lair II board.
2  ROM revision 2.11 works only with Dragon's Lair II laserdisc serial number C-910-00001-00.  This is the 1st pressing of the disc.
3  These ROM revisions work with Dragon's Lair II laserdisc serial number C-910-00002-00, which is the 2nd pressing of the disc.
4  Spanish revision 3.19 compliments the Spanish language laserdisc by displaying the text overlays from the laserdisc player in Spanish, but it can also work with the standard 2nd pressing of the disc.

Dragon's Lair II Virtual Library - Images and information of the major components

 

 

Compatible Laserdisc Players - Sony LDP-1450, Sony LDP-3600D (USA / Leland), Pioneer LD-V4200 (USA / Leland) (uses rev 2.xx ROMs), Philips VP-380 (Europe / Atari) and (Italian / Elettronolo)

Sony LDP-1450 - Owner Manual (19 pages)
Sony LDP-1450 - Service Manual (part 1) (50 pages)
Sony LDP-1450 - Service Manual (part 2) (19 pages)
Philips VP-312 - VP-380 - Owners Manual (24 pages)
Philips VP-380 - Service Manual (67 pages)
Sony LDP-xxxx - Command Set Info

 

 

European Versions - Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp was licensed to Atari for production and manufacturing in Europe.  The cabinet was very similar to the Leland release, but the hardware, including the laserdisc player was totally different.  Atari sub-licensed Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp to Elettronolo for production and manufacturing in Italy.  Most of the hardware for the Elettronolo version was the same as the Atari version as well as the cabinet, itself.

Laserdisc Conversion - If your Sony LDP-1450 or LDP-3600D is on the fritz and you can't locate a new one, using this modified ROM, you can use any of the Sony LDP series players such as the LDP-1500, LDP-1550, LDP-2000, and others.  Check out Robert DiNapoli's Dragon's Lair II LD Conversion.

PC Conversion - All you need is a PC, a Sony LDP series player, a Dragon's Lair II laserdisc and you're all set!  Play it on your computer or hook it up to work in your Dragon's Lair cabinet.  If you are already using a PC motherboard for the laserdisc conversion in your Dragon's Lair, this would make a nice addition!  Check out Robert DiNapoli's Dragon's Lair II PC Conversion.

Interchangeability - Late in the production run, sales of Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp also included a conversion kit for Space Ace (91).  The kit included a Space Ace laserdisc (91), control panel overlay, marquee, two 'fire' buttons, and one EPROM. (see Space Ace Tech Page)  Although the animation on this Space Ace (91) laserdisc was the same as the original Space Ace version (83), they are not compatible with each other.  In other words, you cannot use an original Space Ace laserdisc or EPROMs in a Dragon's Lair II, nor can you use the Space Ace (91) disc or EPROM in an original Space Ace cabinet.

Manufacturer:
Leland
(USA, 1991)
Atari (Europe, 1992)
Elettronolo (Italy, 1992)
Leisure and Allied Industries (Australia, 1992)

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