Firefox 

Veröffentlicht Januar 1984 (Upright)
Februar 1984 (Sitdown)
Entwicklerfirma Atari
Vertriebsfirma Atari
Spielnummer 423
Designer Mike Hally
Moe Shore
Programmierer
Komposition
Sideart
Genre Shooter
Steuerung Steuerhorn mit Buttons
Spieler 1
Prozessor
Audio Stereo
Video Rasterbildschirm, horizontal
Bauformen Upright (42300)
Cockpit/Sitdown
Arcadesystem
Abmessungen H×B×T Upright: 174×64×91 cm
Gewicht: 159 kg

Sitdown: 170×64×211 cm
Gewicht: 227 kg
Produktion 1615 Upright-Geräte
500 Sitdown-Geräte
Anmerkungen Firefox ist das einzige Arcadespiel mit Laserdisc von Atari, welches veröffentlicht wurde.
Wertung KLOV/IAM 3.18/5
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Beschreibung / Werbetext (englisch)
ATARI FIREFOX sets a new standard in laser disc entertainment.

The player's role is to steal "the fastest, most sophisticated warplane on the face of this earth" – from Russia. Once airbone, there are two objectives: avoid Russian infra-red radar tracking systems, and find the refueling point. The player must also avoid or destroy MiG fighters ad other FIREFOX prototypes. Awareness of fuel level is crucial The new "heads-up" graphic display functions as a cursor used to sight in on targets and displays fuel level and missile ammunition status. FIREFOX offers more choices, more variety. The player chooses one of four escape flight paths during "level select." He is then faced with an ongoing series of challenges. Game play is determined solely by the player's responses to a wide variety of risk/reward situations. High altitude flying uses less fuel but makes FIREFOX more vulnerable to detection. Low altitude flying uses more fuel but gives better cover. A direct hit by enemy aircraft also depletes fuel.
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