Manufacturer Nichibutsu

Crazy Climber Mini

Down to our last couple, some imperfections

Reproduction Taito Crazy Climber mini (aka cabaret or "trimline") metal control panel. Metal panel with silk-screened 4 mil. clear backed vinyl overlay and die cut, this panel looks just like the original panel. Note that this for the mini Taito version of Crazy Climber (not the upright version).

Note that we are down to our last few of these and will NOT be reproducing them again.  The last few do have some imperfections (light scratches or wear marks), still look very nice, but not perfect.

Related Game Title Crazy Climber
Year 1980
Genre Platform

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Quick Game Facts
Crazy Climber

The Crazy Climber arcade game featured a gentleman trying to climb up multi-story skyscrapers without safety equipment for no readily-apparent reason. His progress was hampered by opening and closing windows, inhospitable folks dropping flowerpots from their windows, and evil birds dropping... their natural ammunition. At higher levels, truly diabolical obstacles like live electrical wires and movie-inspired giant gorillas were added to the mix. The game's most notable feature was its two-joystick control scheme, in which each stick controlled one of the climber's two hands.

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Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1980
Manufacturer: Nichibutsu
Genre: Platform
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: unique
Orientation: Horizontal
Monitor Resolution: CGA