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Manufacturer Atari
Availability

Asteroids Full Wrap CPO

Older screen printed reproduction CPO
$50.00

Atari Asteroids upright arcade game screen printed, reproduction control panel overlay. This reproduction was made about 10-15 years ago, we purchased it at the time for a restoration, but never used it.  It is well done screen printed reproduction, measures 23 5/8" x 26 1/8" and designed for a dedicated Asteroids game. This one is a "full wrap" CPO, designed to cover the entire metal control panel.

Year 1979
Genre Shooter
Related Game Title Asteroids
Quick Game Facts
Asteroids

Game play is straightforward and very fast paced after the first couple of stages. You control your space ship with one mission; survive by avoiding and destroying asteroids that fly throughout the screen and the occasional UFO that is always out to get you. In addition to your ship's blaster your ship is aided with hyperspace, which instantly transports you somewhere else on the screen.

Coin-Op Overview

Easily one of the top five most successful arcade games released and arguably Atari's most successful game. Asteroids was known to devour quarters when released. Some arcade operators we've spoken to said that they had cut a hole in the quarter box and put trash cans in the game to hold all of the money the game made when it was released.

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Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1979
Manufacturer: Atari
Genre: Shooter
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: unique
Monitor Type: Vector
Orientation: Horizontal