Dunk Shot 

Veröffentlicht Mai 1987
Entwicklerfirma Sega Enterprises
Vertriebsfirma Atari Games (Europa)
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Komposition
Sideart
Genre Sport
Steuerung Trackball + 2 Buttons
Spieler 1–4 (gleichzeitig)
Prozessor
Audio mono
Video 19″ Rasterbildschirm, horizontal
Bauformen Cocktail
Arcadesystem Sega System 16
Abmessungen H×B×T Upright: 94×100×84 cm
Gewicht 103 kg
Produktion 556 Stück
Anmerkungen
Wertung KLOV/IAM k.A./5
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Beschreibung / Werbetext (englisch)
SIMULATED COURT ACTION FOR THE SERIOUS AND NOT-SO-SERIOUS SPORTS FAN.

1–4 Player Competition
In a one-player game, the player competes against the computer. The game starts off at "High School" level and progresses through "College", "Pros", "Playoffs" and the final "Championship" for a total of 10 games. In a two-player game, players can team up to play te computer or choose to play one-on-one. Players can also team up for a 3-player game or a 4-player game.

Jump Ball!
Players compete for possession pf the ball at the start of each game. An operator-selectable timer controls the length of the game. The game clock counts down as players compete for the highest score.

Precision Controls for Realistic Moves
Players maneuver the speed and direction of their player character by using a track-ball. When playing offense, the track-ball also controls the distance and direction of the ball when used in conjunction with the SHOOT/JUMP button or the PASS button. The fast pace othe game is intensified by the unpredictable turnovers and passing action between players. The screen scrolls to cover the court on either side. Offensive and defensive moves include fouling and free throws, stealing, rebounding, jump shots, 3-point shots, and dunk shots.
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