Crystal Castles is an arcade video game released by Atari, Inc., Inc. in 1983 in which the player controls a cartoon bear by the name of Bentley Bear via trackball, on a mission to collect gems located throughout a collection of castles on ten levels, while avoiding enemies. Most video games of the era either continued indefinitely, ending in a “kill screen” or restarted from the first level. It was also the first video game to contain advance warp zones.
Crystal Castles classic arcade game was designed using trimetric perspective, which is seldom used and is found in only a few video games. Another unique feature of this game is that the initials entered after earning a high score are used in creating the castle structure on the first level of the next game played.
|Dimensions:||26"W x 30"L x 74"H|
|Power:||120v AC, 3amps|
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