B-17 Bomber (video game)

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B-17 Bomber
B17BomberBoxart.jpg
Box art
Developer(s) Mattel
Publisher(s) Mattel
Platform(s) Intellivision
Release
  • NA: 1982
Genre(s) Action
Mode(s) Single-player

B-17 Bomber is a single-player game released by Mattel for their Intellivision console in 1982. The game supports the Intellivoice module.

Gameplay[edit]

The objective of the game is to earn points by bombing targets displayed on a map that represented continental Europe and the surrounding seas. There are four categories of targets: Antiaircraft guns, airports, factories and ships.

Reception[edit]

B-17 Bomber was well received, gaining a Certificate of Merit in the category of "1984 Best Videogame Audio-Visual Effects (Less than 16K ROM)" at the 5th annual Arkie Awards.[1]:42

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kunkel, Bill; Katz, Arnie (January 1984). "Arcade Alley: The Arcade Awards, Part 1". Video. Reese Communications. 7 (10): 40–42. ISSN 0147-8907. 

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