Rip Off

The objective of Rip-Off is to prevent computer-controlled enemies from stealing eight canisters set in the center of the screen for as long as possible. One or two players control tank-like vehicles while game-controlled "pirate" tanks rush onto the field and attempt to hook up and drag the canisters off the edge of the screen. Enemies can be defeated by shooting or colliding with them. The game speed and difficulty increase with each successive wave until all the canisters have been taken ("ripped off").

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Platform : Vectrex
Format : Cartridge
Publisher : MB Video Electronics
Author(s) :
Date : 1983

Other Software by MB Video Electronics:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Clean Sweep MB Video Electronics Vectrex Cartridge 1983
Berzerk MB Video Electronics Vectrex Cartridge 1983
Rip Off MB Video Electronics Vectrex Cartridge 1983
Flipper Pinball MB Video Electronics Vectrex Cartridge 1983
Scramble MB Video Electronics Vectrex Cartridge 1983
Armor...Attack MB Video Electronics Vectrex Cartridge 1983
Starhawk MB Video Electronics Vectrex Cartridge 1983

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH20921. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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