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|Upright: 71.25" high x 26" deep x 25" wide|
Cocktail: 25.25" high x 35.5" deep x 27.5" wide
|Upright: 330 lbs.|
Cocktail: 170 lbs.
|Z80 (@ 3.86712 MHz)|
|224 × 256 pixels|
|Samples (@ 3.86712 MHz)|
|North American Release|
December 1, 1981
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Arcade cabinet[edit | edit source]
The game came in a fairly generic wood-grain panel cabinet. The sticker side art was optional, which made it easy to change the games around when necessary. The game boards were SEGA G80-compatible, and will work in any such cabinet. As with most early SEGA titles, the monitor is vertically mounted. The bezel around the monitor sported the standard instructions; the marquee showed a "005" logo and a flashlight.
Official world record[edit | edit source]
Gamer Dwayne Richard holds the official world record for this game with a maximum possible 1,500,000 points.