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WEBSTA @favoritevideogamessince71 Indy 800 (1975 Arcade By Kee Games). 8-player competition with fully color graphics, exciting sound effects and realistic controls. A special optional remote starter button could be used to start a race by a amusement operator who held competitions. http://www.atarimuseum.com/videogames/arcade/arcade75.html

VIDEO GAMES 1975

WEBSTA @favoritevideogamessince71 Indy 800 (1975 Arcade By Kee Games). 8-player competition with fully color graphics, exciting sound effects and realistic controls. A special optional remote starter button could be used to start a race by a amusement operator who held competitions. http://www.atarimuseum.com/videogames/arcade/arcade75.html

WEBSTA @favoritevideogamessince71 Starhawk (1979 Arcade By Cinematronics / Sega). Starhawk is a shoot 'em up vector arcade game designed and programmed by Tim Skelly and manufactured by Cinematronics. The first arcade game ever released to be based on the film Star Wars. This game literally came out right after the movie. Licensed to Sega for Japan market.

VIDEO GAMES 1979

WEBSTA @favoritevideogamessince71 Starhawk (1979 Arcade By Cinematronics / Sega). Starhawk is a shoot 'em up vector arcade game designed and programmed by Tim Skelly and manufactured by Cinematronics. The first arcade game ever released to be based on the film Star Wars. This game literally came out right after the movie. Licensed to Sega for Japan market.

Coleco Vision - Zaxxon | par Joe Kral

This was one of my favorites at the arcade as well.

WEBSTA @favoritevideogamessince71 Depthcharge (1977 Arcade, developed by Gremlin Industries, published by Sega). In this game, the player controls a destroyer-ship and drops depth charges to destroy the submarines beneath and moves the ship back and forth in order to avoid the submarines mines. Up to four submarines may be present at any given time, each of which bears a score for destroying it that increases with its depth. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Depthcharge

VIDEO GAMES 1977

WEBSTA @favoritevideogamessince71 Depthcharge (1977 Arcade, developed by Gremlin Industries, published by Sega). In this game, the player controls a destroyer-ship and drops depth charges to destroy the submarines beneath and moves the ship back and forth in order to avoid the submarines mines. Up to four submarines may be present at any given time, each of which bears a score for destroying it that increases with its depth. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Depthcharge

WEBSTA @favoritevideogamessince71 Robot War, Torpedo Alley (1977 Cartridge For Fairchild Channel F). This cartridge contains two games: Robot War – a (single/two player) game where you take control of the robot hunted by other robots, your mission is to lead them into the electrified force fields to survive. Torpedo Alley – a (fun for two players) game where you have to blast away the invading ships by shooting them from the bottom of the sea with torpedos.

VIDEO GAMES 1977

WEBSTA @favoritevideogamessince71 Robot War, Torpedo Alley (1977 Cartridge For Fairchild Channel F). This cartridge contains two games: Robot War – a (single/two player) game where you take control of the robot hunted by other robots, your mission is to lead them into the electrified force fields to survive. Torpedo Alley – a (fun for two players) game where you have to blast away the invading ships by shooting them from the bottom of the sea with torpedos.

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