- Manufacturer: Atari
- Year: 1978
- Cabinet type: Upright
- Measures (WxHxD): 64,5 x 176,8 x 71,0 cm
- Working voltage: 220V
- Maximum consumption: 118,0W 0,765A
- Technology: Vertical B/W raster monitor with colored overlay
It is the second part of the first and most famous game of the “wall”, Breakout. The player controls a horizontal paddle at the bottom of the screen. A ball bounces off the screen and the player has to prevent it from leaving the only open side. Once taken, the ball bounces on the overlying wall, destroying all the bricks it meets. As the game progresses, the ball’s speed up. This evolution (“Super” not for nothing) gives the player the possibility to choose 3 game modes by turning a knob before the game starts. The game modes are as follows:
- Double: two paddles lined up with two balls simultaneously.
- Cavity: two balls are trapped inside the wall; once released, they can be used to continue the game.
- Prog: as the game progresses the wall moves down approaching the paddle making the play field more narrow and cramped.
This cabinet is completely original in the US version and in excellent aesthetic condition. The plexiglass have been regenerated and the side art partially reconstructed where needed.