Shuuz © 1990 Atari Games.
A horseshoes game.
Game ID: 136083
Main CPU: Motorola 68000 (@ 7.15909 Mhz)
Sound Chips: OKI6295 (@ 6.779 Khz)
Shuuz was released in October 1990 in the USA. This is Atari's attempt to break into the 'bar' market.
The game is very rare, only 40 dedicated units were produced. The selling price was $1895. Also, 60 conversion kits were produced in the USA and 23 in Ireland. The Kit selling price was $995.
* Software version : 7.1.
* Build date : Fri Oct 12 15 :35 :31 1990
* Software version : 8.0.
* Build date : Fri Nov 2 12 :03 :22 1990
Tempo plays a big part in the throw, forward motion should match backwards motion in speed or you'll go over the stake.
* A Tip:
You can actually control the path of the horseshoe 'in the air' roll the trackball left or right to 'nudge' the flight path.
* A Trick:
If you just hit the control key without setting your name after getting a high score, some of the default names you'll get are 'rat', 'dog', 'pig', 'rad'.
Team Leader : John Ray
Design and Programmers: Mike Albaugh, Peter Lipson, Ed Rotberg
Engineer: Sam Lee
Technician: Cris Drobny, Rob Rowe, Minh Nguyen
Art: Bridget Erdmann, Sam Comstock
Hardware Engineer: Tim Hubberstey
Hardware Design: Pat McCarthy
Sound Design: John Paul
Special Thanks: Sid, Lefty, Joe
Product Manager: Jerry Momoda