||30. Mai 1987, Summer CES, Chicago
1196 Borregas Ave
Sunnyvale, CA 94086
Div. of Kay Enterprises Co.
1705 Austin St
Troy, MI 48084
||James V. Zalewski
Down-on-the-farm target practice.|
You and Grandpa are down on the farm. There are critters, bottles, and varmits everywhere – in the barn, in the yard, and in the cornfield. Grandpa has given you an Atari light gun to help protect the farm. The moving targets are a challenge. Can you hit them? If not, try the veggies! They're fun to shoot at.
In the barnyard, bottles and cans on the fence provide great practice for warming up the old shootin' iron. But perfect aim alone isn't enough. You'll need speed, too.
In the cornfield, birds swoop from the sky and rabbits scamper among the stalks. Owls and other pests appear inside a barn. Each scene can only be reached by hitting enough targets in the scene before. Once you zero in on some fancy shooting scores, Gramps offers you a bonus round by tossing target bottles in the air.
So grab hold of your Atari light gun, partner, and got get'em.