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About Battlezone arcade game for hire

Manufactured by ATARI Inc in 1980

One of the earliest arcade games to use vector graphics, i.e., 3D images made from just lines with no colourisation.

Guide your tank through obstacles whilst trying to stay out of the line of fire of you adversaries. The winning tactic is simple, make sure you get that crucial shot in first.

This game was so popular that the U.S. Army asked Atari to build a custom vesting of the game which would enable their soldier to train to operation the M-1 Abrahams tank. One prototype was made, but never released. However, elements of the controls used for the prototype would be used in later games, such as Road Blasters.

Here's an example of what Battlezone looks like

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What does 'van spaces' mean?

For any hire upto 10-12 games we use our own transport, there are size and weight restrictions of how much we can legally put on to bring to you. Games like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, Donkey Kong and many others from that era we discovered are all roughly the same size so we call them a 'standard size' game - we can put 12 of these standard sized games on one of the vans we use. We have some bigger games like SEGA Rally Championship Two Player which each half takes up the space of 2 standard sized games and with two halves to play together it takes 4 in total so we calculate how many standard sized machines a game like that takes up - that's what van spaces are.

When you ask us for a quote, we will always quote based on standard sized games, if you'd like specific larger games, please mention this in your enquiry.

Format
Cabaret (smaller format)
Orientation
Horizontal
Controls
1 Player Custom Controls
Physical Size
Width: 55cm
Depth: 50cm
Height: 125cm
These sizes are approximate
Van Spaces: 1 what's this?
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