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Arcade video games

Hit Me  

Hit me was the first Black Jack arcade videogame and maybe the first card videogame ever. Only Video Blackjack (for The Fairchild Channel F) was released the same year. It's not clear which one copied the other, though arcade versions are generally first...

The game is in black & white. Up to 4 players can play against the computer.

A cocktail cabinet was also available.



 SOFTWARE RELATIONS:

    Hit Me inspired Video Blackjack (Fairchild Channel F)


SCREENSHOTS

let's start a 1 player game

I won

won again!

booo, I lost this time

yeah, this one was closed

ok, let's start a 4 player game

player 4 won


CABINET

Arcade cabinet

cocktail version


LINKS
 
 detailed info on Arcade-History.com
 detailed info on The Arcade Flyer Archive
 detailed info on Killer List of Video Games




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Arcade cabinet

year of release 1976
companies RamTek
type game
media arcade cabinet
systems Arcade
number of players 1 - 4 players (versus)
staff unknown
tags blackjack, card game



 
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