Eliminator [Cocktail 2-Player model]

The Video Game PCB by Gremlin Ind, Inc.

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Video Game PCB

Eliminator © 1981 Gremlin.


A large spheroid known as the Eliminator floats randomly about the screen destroying everything it touches. Pilot a space ship around and avoid being hit by it, other players, or drones while fighting.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

PICTURE :
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Eliminator [Cocktail 2-Player model] the  Video Game PCB
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[Cocktail 2-Player model]

Sega G80 Vector hardware.

TRIVIA

Released in December 1981.

Also released as :
"Eliminator [Upright 2-Player model]"
"Eliminator [4-Player model]".

UPDATES

There are two '2-player' revision of this game :

• Set 2 : The oldest version of eliminator had small, fast and accurate firing drones. There was a 'counter' for each player that counted down from 30. Texts on screen are purple.

• Set 1 : The latest versions is the most commonly found version. In this version, the drones are more colorful, larger and dumb. There are no counters, just a score for each player. Texts on screen are green.

STAFF

Designed and programmed by : Larry Clague, Mike Hendricks

PORTS

Consoles:


Sony PSP (2006, "Sega Genesis Collection")

SOURCES
Game's ROM.
Machine's picture.

Page last modified on March 05, 2012