Bullet Mark

Arcade Video game published 48 years ago by SEGA of America, Inc.

Not listed in MAME yet

Bullet Mark © 1975 SEGA of America.

Discrete logic game with twin Tommy Guns. The guns have a recoil effect and can be fired as a single shot or in a short burst. Four series of targets appear sequentially on an oversized TV screen: balloons, tanks, pirates and aircraft. A perfect score is 979. When played as a two-player game, a score of 800 (adjustable to 600 depending on the operator) by either player automatically extends the game into an additional balloon series.

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Dimensions : 100 x 325 x 148 cm.
Weight : 152 kg.

Game time adjustable from 60 to 140 seconds.


Bullet Mark was Sega's first product to be manufactured in the United States, being built in the Sega of America factory in Redondo Beach, California.

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Balloon : 7 points
Tank : 15 points
Pirate : 30 points
Jet Aircraft : 45 points.

For each hit, these points are recorded on the highly visible digital read out.
For each miss however, 1 to 3 points is subtracted from the player's score.


Machine's picture.