Anti-Aircraft / Anti-Aircraft II

Veröffentlichung 6. Juni 1975
Vertrieb Atari
Atari, Inc.
14600 Winchester Blvd
Los Gatos, CA 95032
Entwicklung Atari
Atari, Inc.
14600 Winchester Blvd
Los Gatos, CA 95032
Genre Shooter
Steuerung 3 Tasten pro Spieler
Spieler 2 (gleichzeitig)
Technik Logikschaltung
Tonausgabe Mono, verstärkt
Bildschirm 23″ Rasterbildschirm
Bildausrichtung horizontal
Bauform Standgerät
Abmessungen H×B×T 147 × 64 × 71,12 cm

Atari: Anti Aircraft
Werbetext (englisch)
You're on red alert! Forward observers have plottet enemy aircraft coming into range… now! You aim your cannon, track the target. You have 3 firing positions, 3 chances, but you have to be quick. Those planes are really moving. You press the firing button. Missed! You change firing position, shoot again. The enemy plane blows up. You get set for the next attack.

You command your own gun crew. You're there, in the thick of the fighting. Within operator-adjustable game time you have to shoot down more aircraft than the "enemy" gunner to win the battle. Digital scoring for each gun lets you keep track of hits. Your timing and skill are on the line every second as you try to zero in time after time and blast the enemy out of the sky.

Heavy artillery. ANTI-AIRCRAFT is designed for heavy action. Durastress™ tested solid state circuits and 23″ monitor, battle-tested plywood construction and easy accessibility for maintenance means ANTI-AIRCRAFT is always combat-ready.

Heavy profits. Your players will want to test their shooting skills time after time. New illuminated attraction panel, side panel graphics and low profile design make ANTI-AIRCRAFT a natural traffic builder and income producer in any location.

Anti-Aircraft wurde 1977 als Level im VCS-Spiel Air-Sea Battle integriert.

Das Spiel existiert auch unter dem Namen Anti-Aircraft II. Es handelt sich dabei aber um das gleiche Spiel, nicht um eine Fortsetzung – die „II“ wurde angefügt, um auf den Zweispieler-Aspekt aufmerksam zu machen.

Amazing Adventure APB (All-Points Bulletin)

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