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Sankyo CR Fever Zodiac SP

CR Fever Jyuunishi [Model SP] / FEVER BAR SP ZODIAC

Pachinko Machine

Jyuunishi means the zodiac in Japanese, and refers to the animals displayed on the digital screen during gameplay. The number 12 featured on the back could mean this is the 12th model in the range, or also be a reference to the zodiac.

This frame shape is used by other machines in the 'Fever' line, but the internal designs are unique to this model. There are two other CR Fever machines with a Zodiac theme and the red and orange frame, but they have the model letters GP & DX at the end of the name, and different win probability rates.

Because this machine features a digital screen, it is known as a 'Deji Pachi', which is a shortening of the Japanese for 'digital pachinko'.

Information from an archived copy of Sankyo's webpage: Click to Visit Sankyo Website

  

 

 

Manufacturer: Sankyo
Date: 2001

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH57456. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 
Sankyo CR Fever Zodiac SP


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