Acrobatic Dog-Fight

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Acrobatic Dog-Fight
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Technos
Technos
Shoot 'em up
8-way Joystick, 3 Buttons
Arcade
Retail Features
1-2 players alternating
United Nations International Release Date(s)
Arcade machines
1984
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Acrobatic Dog-Fight or "Dog-Fight - Batten O'Hara no Sucharaka Kuuchuu-sen" in Japan is a side-scrolling shooter arcade game released by Technos in 1984, featuring "cute" cartoon graphics and gameplay similar to the 8-way scrolling of Time Pilot but differs from the Time Pilot in many respects. In Acrobatic Dog-Fight the playing field was limited with a ceiling and ground as well as an ultimate destination to navigate to. Acrobatic Dog-Fight also added two buttons, a secondary weapon and an eject button. Eject could be used at any time and made it possible to hijack enemy planes and continue flying them. If the pilot failed to hijack an enemy plane he would parachute to the ground where a standard plane waited near by.

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