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Released in 1990
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The hardware is based on the Williams Y-Unit which is based around the TMS34010 microprocessor. The game is dipswitch configurable for 1 to 4 players which makes it easy to put this game into any cabinet.
There is an original version of the game software which has been nicknamed BattleTrog. This version did not test well in the arcades but is considered to be more fun to play. Instead of directly controlling the dinosaur with the joystick you are controlling a "hand" which you use to lay down a maze of bones. The dinosaurs are all autonomous and move around the maze. This game requires more skill to play then the "real" Trog. With 4 players it gets very intense.
Trog was designed by George Petro and Jack Haeger. The software was written by George Petro and Kurt Mahan. The artwork was done by Jack Haeger.
This game page was created 8/3/1998 12:00:00 AM and last updated 6/28/2000 10:09:47 AM