Shooting Range (video game)

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Shooting Range
Shooting Range
Cover art
Developer(s) TOSE[1]
Publisher(s) Bandai[1]
Platform(s) Nintendo Entertainment System[1]
Genre(s) Shoot 'em up[1]
Mode(s) Single-player

Shooting Range is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System published by Bandai in 1989.


This video game involves mini-games resembling the Old West; with the exception being the moon level because people did not land on the moon until the 1960s.[2] The objective is simple: shoot the red and white targets on the character's heads and watch your energy level.[2] It also includes a carnival-style game where you shoot glass bottles in a saloon.[2] The game uses the NES Zapper for controls.