Atari Soccer

Veröffentlichung April 1980
Vertrieb Atari
Atari, Inc.
1265 Borregas Ave
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Entwicklung Atari, Inc.
1265 Borregas Ave
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Spieldesign Dave Theurer
Genre Sport – Fußball
Steuerung 4,5″-Trackballs und Tasten
Spieler 1–4 (gleichzeitig)
Prozessor MOS 6502, 750 kHz
Audio-Subsystem Logikschaltung, 750 kHz
Tonausgabe Mono
Bildschirmtyp Rasterbildschirm, 23″
Bildausrichtung horizontal
Darstellung Graustufen
Auflösung 302×240
Bilwiederholrate 60 Hz
Bauform Cocktail-Tisch
Abmessungen H×B×T 89,5 × 74,9 × 74,9 cm
Wertung ✰✰✰✰

Atari Soccer
Werbetext (englisch)
New from Atari Sports.
New Atari Soccer continues the winning tradition of the Atari Sports group. With dynamic play-again realis that simulates all the action and excitement of an actual match.

2 or 4-Player Action.
4-Player Game
In a 4 player contest, each two man team can experience the extra challenge of playing cooperatively against an opposing 2-man squad. Each team plays with 2 controllable players, 1 computer-controlled player and a computer-controlled goalie. The right Trak-Ball controls players marked with X, the left Trak-Ball controls players marked with O.

2-Player Game
In a two-player contest, each opposing player controls one man assisted by a computer-controlled player and computer-controlled goalie. Only the right Trak-Ball is active in this mode.

Exciting Play Option Features Challenge Players to Test Their Skills.

Kick/Pass Option. When the player with the ball activates the "Kick" button, the ball is released in the direction that player is facing. When a teammate has the ball, activation of the "Kick" button will force the ball to be passed to the player pressing the "Kick" button.

Offsides Option. Playing with the "Offsides Rule" in effect limits an offensive player from receiving a pass fro a teammate unless there are at least two defensive players between him and the goal in the opponents' half of the field. Penalty: Defending team receives free kick.

In Frankreich erschien das Spiel als Coupe du Monde, das speziell für den französischen Markt entworfene Gehäuse wurde vom Jukebox-Hersteller Electro-Kicker gefertigt.

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