Cube Quest Virtual Library - Images and information on the major components

Cube Quest - Owners Manual (19 pages)
Cube Quest - Schematics (Part 1) (32 pages)
Cube Quest - Schematics (Part 2) (32 pages)

Cube Quest - ROM Images

Cube Quest - Game Settings (On-Screen Programming)

TEST SWITCH - Used to start / stop test mode.
RIGHT FIRE BUTTON - Step forward through test categories.
LEFT FIRE BUTTON - Step backward through test categories.
CUBE BUTTON - Used to select individual test.
TRACKBALL - Used to change settings.



Compatible Laserdisc Players - Magnavox VC8010 GY01 (custom modified)

Magnavox VC8010 GY01 - Owners Manual - Not available







No Laserdisc Player - The game can work either with or without a laserdisc player, via an adjustment in the settings.  If there was a problem with the laserdisc player, the game would recognize it and change the setting to "no disc player" automatically.

Modified Laserdisc Player
- The game did not use a standard laserdisc player.  No laserdisc player had the features they wanted, so they made their own controller and installed it inside the player.  Each player had to be customized for the game.  This allowed them to disable the audio and video squelch controls, as well as have instant access to variable forward and reverse playback.  While playing the game, the laserdisc playback could be varied greatly, and this enabled a less linear view of the video with some interesting effects.  For example, during the game, the video plays forward then backward in a surging type of way (with audio), and the result is quite interesting to watch.  The player was given a real workout, and not being an industrial model, it tended to have trouble after only fairly moderate usage.




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