Rally-X [Upright model] [No. 935]

The Arcade PCB by Midway Mfg. Co. (EXPORT VERSION)

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Arcade PCB

Rally-X © 1981 Midway Mfg. Co.


Export version by Bally/Midway for North America. Game developed in Japan by Namco. For more information about the game, please see the original Namco entry.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

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Rally-X [Upright model] [No. 935] the  Arcade PCB
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[Upright model]
[No. 935]

TRIVIA

Rally-X was released in January 1981 in North America by Bally/Midway under license from Namco.

In the introduction to the bonus stages, the Namco version misspelled 'Challenging' as 'Charanging'. This was corrected in this export version.

In 1981, "Defender", "Pac-Man", and "Battlezone" were shown alongside Rally-X at a trade show sponsored by the Amusement Machine Operators of America. It was believed that Rally-X would be the top money-earner. Defender went on to sell more than 60,000 units - more than disproving these projections - and cemented its place in video game history.

A Midway Rally-X unit appears in the 1982 movie 'Tron'.

PORTS

NOTE: Only ports released in North America are listed here. For ports released in other regions, please see the original Namco entry.

Consoles:


Sony PlayStation usa (jul.31, 1996) "Namco Museum Vol.1 [Model SLUS-00215]"
Microsoft XBOX usa (aug.30, 2005) "Namco Museum - 50th Anniversary [Model NMO-2201A-NM]"
Nintendo GameCube usa (aug.30, 2005) "Namco Museum - 50th Anniversary [Model DOL-G5NE-USA]"
Sony PlayStation 2 usa (aug.30, 2005) "Namco Museum - 50th Anniversary [Model SLUS-21164]"
Microsoft XBOX 360 usa (nov.4, 2008) "Namco Museum - Virtual Arcade [Model 21022]"
Nintendo Wii usa (nov.16, 2010) "Namco Museum Megamix"

Handhelds:


Sony PSP usa (aug.23, 2005) "Namco Museum Battle Collection [Model ULUS-10035]"
Nintendo Gameboy Advance usa (aug.30, 2005) "Namco Museum - 50th Anniversary [Model AGB-B5NE-USA]"

Computers:


PC [MS Windows, CD-ROM] usa (jul.31, 1998) "Microsoft Revenge of Arcade"
PC [MS Windows, CD-ROM] usa (oct.25, 2005) "Namco Museum - 50th Anniversary"

Others:


Arcade usa (1996) "Namco Classics Collection Vol.2"
Namco Classics TV Game usa (2003) by Jakk's Pacific
Arcade usa (2010) "Pac-Man's Arcade Party"

SOURCES
Game's Flyer.

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