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Shootout At Old Tucson - Cabinet - Video Game Marquee

Description

An interactive shooting game that takes place in 19th Century Tucson, Arizona.

Shootout At Old Tucson was produced by American Laser Games in 1994.

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 Shootout At Old Tucson was produced include: Crime Patrol, Drug Wars, Crime Patrol 2 - Drug Wars, Gallagher, Mad Dog II - The Lost Gold, FastDraw Showdown, Last Bounty Hunter, The, Way Of The Warrior, Orbatak, and Mazer

Specs

Name Shootout At Old Tucson
Developer American Laser Games (United States)
Year 1994
Type Videogame
KLOV/MOG # 9531
Class Prototype
Genre Shooter
Monitor
  • Orientation: Horizontal
  • Type: TV Monitor
  • Color: Color
Conversion Class unique
External Device O - specialy designed 3DO player
# 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

Shootout At Old Tucson KLOV/IAM 5 Point User Score: 0.00 (0 votes)

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Trivia

This information was provided on the message board at the Yahoo! Clubs for American Laser Games (http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/alglasergameclub (Message #36, 43 and 45)) and was given by David Fickers ([email protected]), a former engineer for American Laser Games.

Although they tried repeatedly to get this system to work, the 3DO system was designed primarily for home use & the hours of arcade use would burn out the motor. The makers of the 3DO (Panasonic) made a more durable motor but it still would fail all to soon. That, coupled with the licencing fee and limited disk space, killed any chance Shootout At Old Tucson had. American Laser Games went out of business soon afterwards, so this game was never ported to another laser format. The 3DO system used had been altered so that the disks from it would not play on the home 3DO system.

VAPS Arcade/Coin-Op Shootout At Old Tucson Census

There are 14,832 members of the Video Arcade Preservation Society / Vintage Arcade Preservation Society, 9,505 whom participate in our arcade census project of games owned, wanted, or for sale. Census data currently includes 164,882 machines (6,918 unique titles).

Uncommon - There are 6 known instances of this machine owned by Shootout At Old Tucson collectors who are active members. Of these, 4 of them are original dedicated machines. 2 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 a Shootout At Old Tucson machine for sale.

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

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

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