Released during September 1983. By this time, Sega was starting to make a name for itself in the arcade industry. With solid hits such as "Star Trek
", and "Pengo
" under its belt, Sega started to venture into other areas. Sega had partnered up with Gremlin to create "Head-On
" and "Head-On 2" arcade games. Later on, Sega released "Turbo
". Using the same three-quarter perspective that was used in "Zaxxon
", Sega created another racing game with a twist. Up'n Down came out during a time when the arcade market was basically saturated with space shooters.
"Up'n Down [No. 0A64]"
"Up'n Down [No. 0A74]"