- Manufacturer: unknown
- Year: 1977
- Cabinet type: Upright
- Measures (WxHxD): 66,2 x 180,5 x 110,0 cm
- Working voltage: 220V
- Maximum consumption: non disponibile
- Technology: Horizontal B/W raster monitor
It is definitely a great classic and comes from the Bronze age. Several armored vehicles run from right to left and from left to right and the player’s goal is to hit them with the bazooka that can only move horizontally. At the time of the shot the bullet crosses the screen from the bottom and if you have taken the right measures hit the target. However, it is necessary to pay attention to ambulances and stretcher bearers; in fact, by hitting them you get a negative score. The game is timed with the possibility of an extended time if you reach a certain score.
Although produced by several manufacturers with different names, the cabinet in the collection is a bootleg presumably Italian. It is in excellent aesthetic condition and the control panel has been remade by building stencils of the original images and then proceeding with spray painting. The board also seems to have a proprietary layout although the topology seems to respect the original schemes of Project Support Engineering. Although it is a very old piece it is in surprising conditions and also a lot of fun.