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This game was released in an upright dedicated cabinet. The cabinet is white and tan with sideart covering the entire machine. Like many other early titles, there was no marquee at all. The name was merely on the monitor bezel (on the top in this case). The name confusion about this game comes from the fact that the monitor bezel says 'Amazing Maze', while the sideart says 'Maze' and the game itself says 'The Amazing Maze Game' on the title screen. The marquee, or monitor bezel title is generally considered to be the definitive one in the case where a game has conflicting titles like that. The control panel was simple, and featured a joystick for each player. But, player 1 had to use his left hand for the stick (like most games), but player 2 had to use their right hand, due to the control panel layout.
Cabinet dimensions : 26,5inch. (67cm) Wide x 64,5inch. (164cm) High x 24inch. (61cm) Deep.
Cabinet weight : 220 lbs.
Game ID : 611
Main CPU : MCS-80 8080 @ 1.996800 MHz
Sound Chips : Discrete circuitry
Screen orientation : Horizontal (23inch. monochrome open frame monitor)
Video resolution : 260 x 224 pixels
Screen refresh : 60.00 Hz
Palette colors : 2
Players : 2
Control : 4-way joystick