Not much is known about these rare games, put out by the Mr. Game company. They use assemblies, parts, and some circuit boards with the Zaccaria lables still on them, and are generally similar to work on. Other circuit boards, notably the CPU board, are new designs that are different from the Zaccaria boards, though they share some similar components. They feature stereo sound, funky cabinets, and a video game via the monitor mounted in the backbox.
Please note that the information in this part of the web site is preliminary. I have worked on a Motor Show, and a Dakar, and was able to get both up and running. If I get access to a World Cup '90 or a Mac Attack, I'll include whatever I can find out about them.