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The Battle-Road

The Battle-Road
The Battle-Road
In-game screenshot


Developer(s) Irem
Publisher(s) Irem
Platform(s) Arcade
Release date(s)
  • NA 1984[1]
Genre(s) Racing
Scrolling shooter
Mode(s) Single player, Up to 2 players, alternating turns
Cabinet Vertical
Arcade system Irem M-62 system hardware
CPU Zilog Z80
Sound Sound CPU : M6803
Sound Chips : AY8910, MSM5205
Display Raster, 256 x 256 pixels, 544 colors

The Battle-Road is a vertical scrolling shooter racing arcade game released by Irem in 1984.

The game was an early open-ended vehicle combat game that featured branching paths and up to 32 possible routes.[2] The player controls a car that is armed with two different types of guns (frontal and side), and drives for a road full of other dangerous vehicles like cars, motorcycles, trucks, helicopters. There are also other kinds of obstacles on the road. There is more than one path, in the same style used in Outrun.

References

  1. ^ The Battle-Road at GameFAQs
  2. ^ Battle-Road, The at the Killer List of Videogames


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