I don't know much about the Cidelsa except that it is suppose to have been an arcade machine mainly sold in Spain. The Cidelsa was available in at least 4 variants/games: Altair, Destroyer set 1 and set 2 and Draco. The CDP1869/CDP1876 was also used in a bit different way then the COMX, Telmac TMC-600 and Pecom 64 computers in that the screen was put 'on its side' making the height longer than the width. The Cidelsa running the Draco game included a second processor the COP400, this chip was used to control the AY-3-8910 sound chip. The COP400 and AY-3-8910 are NOT supported in my emulator.
Clock: 3.579 MHz
256 Bytes to 2 KB RAM, depending on game
2.25 to 3.25 KB video RAM, depending on game
8 - 16 KB ROM, depending on game
Sound: CDP1869 and AY-3-8910 for Draco game
Cidelsa running the Draco game
I have not found any technical data on the Cidelsa arcade machines on the internet, however I did find the following sites describing some of the games:
Main Features Cidelsa Emulator
- Adjustable speed, boosting the speed of the Cidelsa beyond 3.579 MHz!
- Video support for CDP1869/CDP1876 with zoom and full screen option by pressing F3
- Sound support for CDP1869 only
- Video screen dump to a file (BMP, JPEG, PNG or PCX image)
- Game settings changeable for difficulty, bonus live, number of lives and coin type