B-17 Bomber (video game)

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B-17 Bomber
Box art
Developer(s) Mattel
Publisher(s) Mattel
Platform(s) Intellivision
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Shoot 'em up
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.


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.


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


  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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