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|Release||North America 1975|
|Cabinet||upright and unique cockpit|
|Sound||Amplified Mono (one channel)|
|Display||Horizontal orientation, raster (Black and White), Standard Resolution, color overlay|
This was Atari’s first sit-down driving game. The game hardware is a pre-cpu discreet logic design, and used the Durastress process. The cabinet was patented Oct. 20, 1975: (U.S. Patent # D243,626, ).
Dodge cars and negotiate turns down the road.
- Cabinet version at Arcade flyers
- French upright version ('highway') at Arcade flyers
- Hi-Way at system16.com
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