Veröffentlicht November 1980 (Upright)
Dezember 1980 (Cabaret)
Entwicklerfirma Atari
Vertriebsfirma Atari
Spielnummer 225
Designer Ed Rotberg
Owen Rubin
Roger Hector
Genre Shooter
Steuerung Joysticks + Buttons
Spieler 1
Prozessor MOS 6502
Audio mono
Atari Pokey
Video Upright: 19″ Vektorbildschirm Electrohome G05, schwarz/weiß mit Farboverlay, horizontal

Cabaret: 15″ Vektorbildschirm QuadraScan, schwarz/weiß mit Farboverlay, horizontal
Bauformen Upright (22500)
Upright (offen)
Cocktail (22501)
Cabaret (22502)
Abmessungen H×B×T Upright: 190×64,1×64,2 cm
Gewicht 131,5 kg

Cabaret: 137,8×51,9×60,3 cm
Gewicht 83,9 kg
Produktion 13022 Upright-Geräte
2000 Cabaret-Versionen
Anmerkungen Battlezone gilt als der erste First-Person-Shooter.
Wertung KLOV/IAM k.A.

Atari Battlezone
Beschreibung / Werbetext (englisch)
Combat-ready for high profit scoring.

Battlezone is a totally new one player, first person combat game. Players compete for the highest scores in a world beyond the stars. It's a battle of skill and wits between the player and the computer-controlled enemy tanks and missiles. Players start with 2, 3, 4 or 5 (operator adjustable) tanks. By moving the controls the player can maneuver his tank in a 360° radius. A quick glance at the "radar scan" display shows the location of enemy tanks… "Enemy in range" appears on the screen… the player positions his tank, aims, presses the fire button and the enemy tank is blown away!
Konsolen- und Computerumsetzungen
Battlezone (Apple II, AtariSoft)
Battlezone (Atari 2600, Atari)
Battlezone (Atari 2800, Atari)
Battlezone (Atari 5200, Atari)
Battlezone (Atari XL, Atari)
Battlezone (CBS ColecoVision, AtariSoft)
Battlezone (Commodore 64, AtariSoft)
Battlezone (Commodore VC-20, AtariSoft)
Battlezone (IBM PC, AtariSoft)
Battlezone (Mattel Intellivision, AtariSoft)
Battlezone (Texas Instruments TI-99/4A, AtariSoft)
Battlezone 2000 (Atari Lynx, Atari)
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