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1980 Atari Battlezone

Year: 1980
Manufacturer: Atari
Name: Battlezone
Class: Coin-Op
Sub-Class: Arcade
Genre: Simulator
Monitor Type: Vector
Color: B/W
Orientation: Horizontal
Validation: (validated)

general description

This Atari vector classic puts the player in control of a tank in a military-type tank battlefield simulator. The game plays from a first person perspective and two joysticks are used to maneuver throughout the battlefield in search of enemy tanks. A radar at top of the screen aids in avoiding and tracking down enemy tanks.

about this version

At the time of the release, Atari was asked by the U.S. military to modify Battlezone for training use. Two games modified games were made that were used by the U.S. military.

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weight & measurements

Validation Type Height Width Depth Weight Act Dim
Ship Dim
  Cabaret 54.25" 20.44" 23.75" 185 lbs 136 lbs 223 lbs   Cabaret
  Upright 74.82" 25.25" 25.26" 290 lbs 246 lbs 377 lbs   Upright
*NOTE: Dimensional Weight (also know as "Dim Weight") is an industry standard formula used by shipping companies. The calculation is used to determine how much space a package will take up. Most shipping rates are calculated based on Dim Weight or actual weight, whichever is greater. The formula for Dim Weight is (L" x W" x D")/194. The examples shown here show the actual dimensional weight for the game, and then given an estimated shipping dimensional weight assuming that 5" of packing material is needed in each dimension. Your actual results may vary.

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