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Space Laser Fight

On its release the Bambino Space Laser Fight game had the world's smallest graphic display with revolutionary computer-game functions. It was also advertised as the first electronic computer-game with a microprocessor unit. This one or two-player game featured lifelike movements and all the action of a realistic space war. It also featured over 100 million computerised plays - a constantly challenging game.

Manufacturer: Bambino
Date: 1979

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH34738. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 
Space Laser Fight


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