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Odyssey

Dogfight  

Dogfight is one of the 4 games available with the Shooting Gallery add-on. Three of the games use game cart #9 and the fourth uses #10. The add-on comes in its own box with a gun!

As the name suggests (or not), Dogfight is supposed to be a duel fight between two bi-planes. In fact player 1 is holding the lightgun, and player 2 is moving the target plane on the screen.

The goal of player 2 is to go from the top of the screen to the bottom right, following the dashed path. His plane is safe on dashed lines, but player 1 can shoot at him when on targeted circles.

It looks fun to play.



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 Chronogamer's blog - Nice review of the game




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Shooting Gallery box
Source : Chronogamer

year of release 1972
companies Magnavox
type game
media cartridge
requirement Lightgun
systems Magnavox Odyssey
number of players 2 players (versus)
staff unknown
tags lightgun, plane, shooting gallery



 
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