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Blaster (ブラスター)

Released in 1983

Developer: Williams
Manufacturer: Williams
Distributor: Williams

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Game Summary

Space - blast through 20 levels to Paradise. Quasi-sequel to Robotron.

Hardware Info

Controls: 1 Joystick / Button(s)
Horizontal-mounted Raster monitor
292 x 240 Resolution
Colors: 272 ?Unknown?

Additional Hardware Info (from Mame)

M6809 cpu @ 1 Mhz
M6808 cpu
DAC audio

Hardware Platform

Williams 6809 Rev.1

Mame ROMs

blaster, Blaster

Game Details

3D space shooter; all graphics are hand-drawn (no scaling here!). The theme of shooting one's way to paradise (and, in fact, the results thereof) is repeated in Midway's Smash TV.

Originally programmed simultaneously with an Atari 8-bit computer version- the computer version was lost in the corporate shuffling that went on after the video game crash of 1984.

  • Published for PC (USA) and PlayStation (USA) by Midway in Arcade's Greatest Hits: Midway Collection 2.

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