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Description

Another interactive shooting game that takes place in the Old West. Confront the murderous Mad Dog McCree and his gang of outlaws again in your quest to find the Spanish treasure and return it to the mission with either The Professor, Shooting Beaver or Buckskin Bonnie as your guide.

Mad Dog II - The Lost Gold was produced by American Laser Games in 1992.

American Laser Games released 14 machines in our database under this trade name, starting in 1990. American Laser Games was based in United States.

Other machines made by American Laser Games during the time period Mad Dog II - The Lost Gold was produced include: Who Shot Johnny Rock, Mad Dog McCree, Gallagher, Space Pirates, Crime Patrol, Drug Wars, and Crime Patrol 2 - Drug Wars

Specs

Name Mad Dog II - The Lost Gold
Developer American Laser Games (United States)
Year 1992
Type Videogame
KLOV/MOG # 8484
Class Wide Release
Genre Shooter
Monitor
  • Orientation: Horizontal
  • Type: TV Monitor
  • Color: Color
Conversion Class unique
External Device LDP - unknown
# Simultaneous Players 1
# Maximum Players 1
Game Play Single
Control Panel Layout Single Player
Controls
  • Gun: Optical
Sound Amplified Stereo (two channel)
Cabinet Styles
  • Upright/Standard

Game Play

WARNING: THIS SECTION CONTAINS SERIOUS SPOILERS!

The object of this game is to find the Spanish treasure of lost gold that is hidden in a cave in the mountains, return it to the mission and recieve a reward for it. Throughout the game, you must shoot the outlaws before they shoot you, being careful not to shoot any innocent by-standers.

At the beginning, you are given a target practice session to shoot dynamite, a cow skull and a sign. Afterwards, a dying prospector will give you half of the map to the treasure and inform you that the mission padre has the other half. You must then go to town where you will have to fight against attacking outlaws.

When you reach the mission, shoot the outlaw disguised as the padre, then, when the real padre appears, hold your fire. After the padre gives you the other half of the map, you will be able to choose one of three guides: The Professor, a British card shark Shooting Beaver, an Indian scout or Buckskin Bonnie, a woman ranger. Depending on which guide you chose, you will be facing one of three gangs on your quest, either Mad Dog's Men, The Renegades or The Bandidos.

During the journey, you must protect your guide from certain attacks. Occasionally, you will be challenged to a showdown between a certain number of battlefields. Later, your guide will tell you that the treasure will be lost unless you shoot one of the objects at the gatling gun. When you reach the gatling gun, you must remember the object your guide told you to shoot either the moonshine, the ammunition box, the lantern or the dynamite. After that, when making it past a few more battlefields, the guide will leave you on your own to find the treasure.

Once you have made it to the caves, you must shoot the cow skull, where ever it appears, to find the treasure chest and return it to the mission. As you fight your way back to the mission, more of the outlaws will attempt to take the treasure from you. Before you can get the treasure into the mission, you must challenge Mad Dog to a final showdown where you must shoot him directly in the head twice to take him down. However, sometimes you will not always bring back the right treasure chest to the mission, since the chest will have either sand or rocks in it instead of the gold. If this happens, you will have to start all over again , choose another guide and continue the quest once or twice more until you bring back the right treasure chest containing the gold.

Mad Dog II - The Lost Gold KLOV/IAM 5 Point User Score: 5.00 (1 vote)

Fun Factor: 5.00

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

Technical Rating: 5.00

Gameplay 5.00
Graphics 5.00
Originality 5.00
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.

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VAPS Arcade/Coin-Op Mad Dog II - The Lost Gold Census

There are 14,834 members of the Video Arcade Preservation Society / Vintage Arcade Preservation Society, 9,506 whom participate in our arcade census project of games owned, wanted, or for sale. Census data currently includes 164,890 machines (6,918 unique titles).

Uncommon - There are 18 known instances of this machine owned by Mad Dog II - The Lost Gold collectors who are active members. Of these, 7 of them are original dedicated machines. 11 of them are only circuit boards which a collector could put into a generic case if desired.

Wanted - There is one active VAPS member currently looking for Mad Dog II - The Lost Gold.

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.

This game ranks a 2 on a scale out of 100 (100 = most often seen, 1=least common) in popularity based on census want list records.

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