Triple Hunt

Erstvorstellung 22.03.1977
(Annual Distributor Meeting,
USA Sunnyvale)
Veröffentlichung 04/1977
Vertrieb und Entwicklung Atari
Atari, Inc.
1265 Borregas Ave
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Spieldesign Owen Rubin
Programmierung Owen Rubin
Genre Shooter
Steuerung Light Gun
Spieler 1
Hardware-Plattform Atari BW Raster
Prozessor Motorola 6800, 800 kHz
Audio-Subsystem Logikschaltung
Tonausgabe Mono
Bildschirmtyp Rasterbildschirm
Bildausrichtung horizontal
Darstellung 8 Graustufen
Auflösung 256×240
Bildwiederholfrequenz 60 Hz
Bauform Spezial
Abmessungen H×B×T 167,64 × 64.14 × 111,76 cm (Monitormodul)
111,76 × 64,14 × 67,31 cm (Gewehrmodul)
Das Gewehrmodul kann zwischen 1,50 und 3 Meter entfernt aufgestellt werden.
Produktion 865 Geräte

Atari: Triple Hunt
Werbetext (englisch)
Three times the play, three times the earnings. Now for the first time, you get three different shooting games in one when you install "Triple Hunt". Unique engineering and design lets you select "Hit the Bear", "Witch Hunt" or "Raccoon Hunt". Triple Hunt's built-in versatility makes it possible to keep collections at a consistently high level. You can "rotate" the game in minutes without disturbing the cabinets simply ba changing graphic panels (stored in the monitor module) and moving a switch on the PC board to:

Hit the Bear. A modern vieo version of the classic bear shooting game. A large and small bear walk through a lush 3-D forest. When the bullseye is hit, the bear roars, rears up and turns.

Witch Hunt. Players try to hit ghosts appearing in the windows of a mysterious haunted house, as well as witches and bats that fly across a stormy sky.

Raccoon Hunt. Busy raccoons climb trees in an autumn forest scene. The more raccoons hit, the faster they climb.

Various scores are given for each target git. With a cross-hair target appearing on the screen for accurate sighting, players have unlimited rapid fire rifle shots. High score is displayed after the game is over.

Weitere Versionen
Witch Hunt (Kee Games, 1977)

Trak 20 Tunnel Hunt

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