Nintendo Demo Boy II (REV. A)
The Nintendo Demo Boy II (also branded as just “Demo Vision”) were a set of modified NES consoles which were used in Game Boy store kiosks. It consisted of a simple border around the screen and it would display the gameplay within. Instead of relying on NES controllers, one or two Game Boy systems can connect via the front, where games can then be inserted.
This dump includes the CHR, PRG, and the Programmable Array Logic (PAL) chip.
Massive thanks to Voodooween for sending this in for release!