Milipede Arcade Game
Millipede is a classic arcade video game released by Atari, Inc. in 1982 as a sequel to their hit arcade video game, Centipede.
The objective of the game is similar to that of Centipede: to score as many points as possible by destroying every segment of the millipede as it advances from the top of the screen down through the field of play, while simultaneously destroying and avoiding other enemies, including new and deadlier additions in the form of bees, earwigs, inchworms, beetles, dragonflies and mosquitoes, sometimes appearing in swarms.
The game is played with a trackball and a single fire button, which can be held down for rapid-fire. A player loses a life when hit by a centipede or any of the other enemies. The game is over when the player’s last life is lost.
Available in two versions as an upright cabinet and a cocktail table.
Dimensions:26"W x 30"L x 74"H - Upright cabinet, 27"W x 30"L x 28"H - Cocktail table
Power:120v AC, 3amps
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