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Biplane  

Biplane seems to be the first game of a long serie: plane dogfights! A biplane duel where each plane must shotdown the other as many time possible.

Many games have been inspired by this one, including Spitfire for the Fairchild Channel F, or Combat for the Atari 2600, or the excellent Bi-plane for the Intellivision.

Jet Fighter by Atari, also released in 1975 in the arcades, is very similar to Bi-plane, but it's not clear which one inspired which...



 SOFTWARE RELATIONS:

    Biplane inspired Ace (Arcade)
    Biplane inspired Combat (Atari 2600)
    Biplane inspired Spitfire (Fairchild Channel F)
    Biplane is related to Jet Fighter (Arcade)


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year of release 1975
companies Fun Games
type game
media arcade cabinet
systems Arcade
number of players 2 players (versus)
staff unknown
tags dogfight, duel, plane



 
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