|UFO Catcher 800|
|Developer: Sega AM4|
|System(s): EX Board|
|Number of players: 1|
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UFO Catcher 800 (UFOキャッチャー800) is a crane game initially released by Sega in early 1998.
UFO Catcher 800 was the first UFO Catcher to be built by Sega to deal specifically with larger prizes, although aside from a bigger crane, the system itself is largely identical to UFO Catcher 21. It only supports one player, however, most likely due to the required extra space. Though designed for bigger prizes than standard UFO Catchers, it can still pick up "regular sized" items.
UFO Catcher 7 Max Edition could be considered the successor to UFO Catcher 800.
|Games in the UFO Catcher Series|
|UFO Catcher (1985) | UFO Catcher DX (1987) | UFO Catcher DX II (1990) | New UFO Catcher (1991) | UFO Catcher Excellent (1994) | UFO Catcher 21 (1996) | UFO Catcher 7 (2001) | UFO Catcher 8 (2008) | UFO Catcher 9 (2016)|
|UFO Catcher Mini (1991) | UFO Catcher 800 (1998) | Baby UFO (1998) | UFO Catcher 7 Max Edition (2003) | UFO Catcher 7 Second (2004) | Sega UFO Catcher (2006) | UFO Colon (2007) | UFO Catcher Double (2009) | UFO Balance Catcher (2010) | UFO Catcher 8 Second (2011) | UFO Catcher 9 Second (2017) | UFO Catcher Triple (2017)|
|Dream Catcher Games|
|Dream Catcher (1989) | Dream Catcher Re-dress (199x) | UFO Dream Catcher (2008)|
|Dream Palace Games|
|Dream Palace (1992) | Dream Palace II (199x) | Dream Palace 3 (2016)|
|UFO Á La Carte Games|
|UFO À La Carte (1996) | UFO À La Carte II (2002) | UFO À La Carte DX (2009)|
|Dream Town (1990) | UFO Circus Land (1992) | UFO SegaSonic (1992) | School Kids (1993) | Dream Kitchen (1994) | Aqua Paradise (1995) | UFO Pusher (1995) | UFO Pusher Twin (1995) | Funky Dice (1996) | Prize Sensor (1998) | Paradise Carry (1996) | Super Guru Guru Station (2000) | UFO Prize Stage (2000) | Dream Throne (2002) | UFO Dream Town JP (2004)|
|Space Crane (1986) | Super Chance (1987) | Diga Mart (1984)|