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|Flight Simulation, Shooter|
|[[Horizontal orientation, raster (black and white), Standard Resolution.]]|
|Analog joystick with 1 button|
|North American Release Date(s)|
January 31, 1975
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Pursuit is a single-player arcade game by Kee Games, originally released in 1975. The player plays a World War I flying ace who tries to shoot down enemy planes. Gameplay relies on a first person perspective representation. Pursuit also marks the first time Atari Inc. publicly acknowledged its relationship with Kee.
Technology[edit | edit source]
The game is housed in a custom wide cabinet modeled to look like a World War I biplane cockpit. It includes a similarly modeled flight stick with top-mounted fire button. The game's PCB is composed of discrete technology and includes Atari/Kee's Durastress technlogy. One overlay provides the onscreen crosshair.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
The player uses a flight stick to steer the plane up, down, right, and left to get the enemy in his or her sights. The top-mounted fire button is then used to shoot the enemy plane and gain points.
Legacy[edit | edit source]
- Atari released Red Baron in 1980, a similarly themed and styled game that used a vector graphics display format.
References[edit | edit source]
- Atari: The Lost Years of the Coin-Op, 1971 – 1975, Part IV. Retrieved on 2007-12-27
- Pursuit Killer List of Video Games Entry. Retrieved on 2007-12-27