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Shooting Gallery  

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

This special cartridge displays two paddles between which a big square (much bigger than normal Odyssey ones) goes back and forth, revealing a plane, a rabbit, a duck or a boat depending on which row the target is moving.

Player 1, which holds the gun, is trying to shoot the target as many times possible. Player 2 is assisting player 1 by moving the target down every 10 back and forth.

This game is quite advanced compares to other Odyssey games, as it's only one which almost doesn't need a second player action to have fun, the target moving automatically between the two paddles.


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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 1 player
staff unknown
tags lightgun, shooting gallery

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