Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 53 / OCTOBER 1984 / PAGE 188

New Arcade Games

Two Bally/Midway arcade games, Spy Hunter and Tapper, have been introduced in disk and cartridge formats for the Commodore 64, IBM PC and PCjr, Atari and Apple II families by Sega Enterprises, Inc.

In Spy Hunter, a shooting and driving game, the player is in command of an arsenal of weapons, including machine guns, oil slicks, smoke screens, and heat-seeking missiles.

Tapper features four different bar screens, which are crowded with unruly and thirsty customers. The bartender has to scramble to draw and serve drinks.

If he gets the tip on the bar, dancing girls appear. In the bonus round, players match wits with a riverboat gambler.

Suggested retail price for Spy Hunter and Tapper is $39.95 each.

Sega Enterprises, Inc.
360 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Suite 3000
El Segundo, CA 90245
(213) 640-7087