Solomon's Key for the NES was released in Japan on this day in 1986.

Sound Devices Supported : Thunderboard

The Thunderboard was a Sound Blaster clone put out by MediaVision, makers of the Pro Audio Spectrum. It was meant to compete with the original Sound Blaster in features and price.

The Thunderboard was "mostly" compatible with the Sound Blaster... It also had a special 44.1KHz, 8-bit mono mode that the original Sound Blaster didn't have.

Some older DOS games contain explicit support for the Thunderboard.

Thunderboard is part of the Sound Devices Supported category.

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