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Viper

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Manufacturer

Stern Electronics, Inc. (United States)

October 1st, 1981

438 units

Viper on the IPSND.


Main details

Stern M-200 MPU
4 player game

digital

wide body

manual

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Playfield details

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Design team

Game Design: Joe Joos Jr.
Mechanics: Joe Joos Jr.
Artwork: Keith Parkinson


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Noteworthy features

  • Player-controlled rotatable ball cannon, used to shoot drop-targets

Trivia

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Backbox ornament(s)

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Video mode

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Latest software version

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