Kee Games
Quiz Show!

Veröffentlichung 04/1976
Vertrieb und Entwicklung Kee Games
Kee Games / Atari, Inc.
2175 Martin Ave
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Genre Trivia/Quiz
Steuerung 5 Tasten (4 für Antworten, 1 für Kategorie)
Spieler 1–2 (gleichzeitig)
Prozessor Signetics 2650
Speicher für Fragen und Antworten 8-Spur-Kassette
Tonausgabe Mono
Bildschirmtyp Rasterbildschirm
Bildausrichtung horizontal
Darstellung schwarz/weiß, mit Farbfolien
Bauform Standgerät
Abmessungen H×B×T 136 × 81 × 60 cm

Kee Games: Quiz Show

Werbetext (englisch)
And now ladies and gentlemen, the star of our show… Quiz Show! It's all new. A different video quiz game with all the excitement and suspense of the real thing.

It's designed for top 2-player attraction in any location. Attention-getting graphucs and over one thousand different questions in four categories provide variety, fun and mindboggling entertainment for contestants of all ages. And its compact size lets you place the game anywhere.

Say the secret word and win…
Quiz Show asks 250 different questions in each category. Players can select "sports", "general knowledge", "movies" or "people". Each question displays four possible answers which appear in different colors. Hit the colored button on the control console that corresponds to the correct "answer" color on the monitor, the contestant scores. High for a fast answer, low if it's a head-scratcher. Player can test him or herself, or challenge a partner for highest score.

You MC the Show…
And the profits! Quiz Show is operator adjustable for extended play (depending on scoring). And for 25¢ per single player or 25¢ for 2 players. You control end of game by time or by number of questions. Also, additional question and answer tapes are available from your Atari distributor. Repeat play is built in for longer location life. higher earnings. Because nobody can resist coming back again and again to test his own knowledge or to out-think an opponent. And because it's from the industry leader in video games Atari built-in reliability means almost zero downtime. Durestress-tested solid state circuitry, 24-hour "instaparts" parts turn-around and rugged cabinet construction keeps Quiz Show earning longer. A dual coin mech and hinged, locking cash door round out standard Atari features.

Quiz Show! ist das erste Arcadespiel von Atari, das auf Prozessortechnologie anstelle von Logikschaltungen setzt. Es gilt auch als das erste Spiel mit dem sogenannten 8×8 Arcade Font-Schriftsatz, der wahrscheinlich von Lyle Rains entworfen wurde und auch bei anderen Herstellern wie Namco, Irem, Nichibutsu und Nintendo zum Einsatz kommt.

Quantum Qwak!

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