Museum of the Game ®

International Arcade Museum® — Killer List of Videogames®


Aeroboto Aeroboto - Japanese Logo - Katakana / Kanji

Aeroboto - Cabinet - Video Game Marquee

Description

The player competes in a marathon shoot-em-up across air, sea, land and outer space. The player can hold down the Jump button to transform back and forth between a Mobile Robot or an Aero-Fighter.

Aeroboto was produced by Williams Electronics, Inc. (1967-1985) in 1984.

Williams Electronics, Inc. (1967-1985) released 215 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1959. Williams Electronics, Inc. (1967-1985) was based in United States.

Other machines made by Williams Electronics, Inc. (1967-1985) during the time period Aeroboto was produced include: Roller Aces, Rat Race, MotoRace USA, Joust Pinball, Blaster, 1942, Mystic Marathon, Inferno, Pennant Fever, and Space Shuttle

Aeroboto
Aeroboto

Specs

Name Aeroboto
Developer Williams Electronics, Inc. (1967-1985) (United States)
Year 1984
Type Videogame
KLOV/MOG # 6820
Class Wide Release
Genre Scrolling Shooter
Monitor
Conversion Class unique
Game Specific Aeroboto Pinout
Dipswitch Settings

Aeroboto Dipswitch Settings (user contributed)

# Simultaneous Players 1
# Maximum Players 2
Game Play Alternating
Control Panel Layout Single Player
Controls
  • Joystick: 8-way
  • Buttons: 2 - JumpLaser
Sound Amplified Mono (one channel)
Cabinet Styles
  • Upright/Standard

Aeroboto KLOV/IAM 5 Point User Score: 3.23 (1 vote)

Fun Factor: 3.20

Overall Like 3.00
Fun (Social) 5.00
Fun (Solo) 2.00
Collector Desire 3.00

Technical Rating: 3.25

Gameplay 3.00
Graphics 2.00
Originality 3.00
Sound/Music 5.00

Personal Impressions and Technical Impressions each account for half of the total score. Within the Personal Impressions category, Like carries a little more weight than the other factors.

Log in to rate this game!

More pictures

Miscellaneous

COPY OF: Formation Z
LICENSOR: Jaleco

VAPS Arcade/Coin-Op Aeroboto Census

There are 14,758 members of the Video Arcade Preservation Society / Vintage Arcade Preservation Society, 9,475 whom participate in our arcade census project of games owned, wanted, or for sale. Census data currently includes 164,456 machines (6,896 unique titles).

Uncommon - There are 13 known instances of this machine owned by Aeroboto collectors who are active members. Of these, 2 of them are original dedicated machines. One is a conversion in which game circuit boards (and possibly cabinet graphics) have been placed in (and on) another game cabinet. 10 of them are only circuit boards which a collector could put into a generic case if desired.

For Sale - There is one active VAPS member with an extra Aeroboto circuit board for sale.

Wanted - No active members have added this machine to their wish list.

This game ranks a 6 on a scale out of 100 (100 = most often seen, 1=least common) in popularity based on census ownership records.

Rarity and Popularity independently are not necessarily indications of value. [More Information]

Flyers

Technical

CPU: M6809
SOUND CPU: M6809
SOUND: AY-8910

Manuals

Foto-Finder® (Books)

  1. The Encyclopedia of Arcade Video Games Kurtz (ISBN 0764319256) Page: 202; Color photo Price guide: No
  2. Encyclopedia of Arcade Video Games Kurtz (ISBN 0764319256) Page: 202; Color photo

eBay Listings

Click to search eBay for Aeroboto Videogame machines and related items.

Click to search eBay for Williams Electronics, Inc. (1967-1985) for machines and parts.

When you click on links below to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in this site earning a commission. Such revenue helps to fund this site's operations. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network.

TOP WATCHED LISTINGS FOR: Aeroboto

Ebay Compatible Application

Williams AEROBOTO Arcade Video Game Manual - good used original

Auction ends in: 3 weeks, 1 hour

FixedPrice
$9.99

ORIGINAL-WILLIAMS-AEROBOTO-INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Auction ends in: 1 week, 2 days

FixedPrice
$25.00

Contribute

  1. Log in to contribute content to this page
  2. Please consider donating to the International Arcade Museum Library