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You control anti-aircraft cannons and must shoot down as many planes as possible, or more than your opponent. Each cannon has 3 firing positions. Choose the right one and shoot at the attacking airplanes!

Atari Anti-Aircraft arcade game must be seen as the precursor of the many "shooting gallery" and shoot'em up videogames to come in the following years.

The game has an undocumented option available that switches the planes into UFO's graphics (see video below) !!


    Anti-Aircraft inspired Air-Sea Battle (Atari 2600)
    Anti-Aircraft inspired Rocket Patrol (APF MP1000 systems)
    Anti-Aircraft inspired Space War (*multiple ports*)
    Anti-Aircraft inspired UFO / Sea Monsters / Break It Down / Rebuild / Shoot (APF MP1000 systems)



Atari arcade Anti-Aircraft footage

Atari's 1975 Anti-Aircraft arcade game - hidden UFO graphics

 detailed info on The Arcade Flyer Archive
 detailed info on Killer List of Video Games

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arcade cabinet

year of release 1975
companies Atari
type game
media arcade cabinet
systems Arcade
number of players 1 - 2 players (versus)
staff unknown
tags plane, shoot them up, shooting gallery

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