From Sega Retro
|System(s): Discrete logic arcade|
|Number of players: 1-4|
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Amazonian (アマゾニアン), is a discrete logic arcade game released by Sega in 1978. It is a shooting game.
This game has four model guns installed in the cabinet that are preloaded. When you narrow down the trigger, bullets actually jump out and move on the playfield. There are safety considerations where the trigger cannot be withdrawn unless the muzzle is pointed in the direction of the target, and the target is made of a soft material with a low rebound potential. The completed bulelt is automatically returned to the player's seat and is collected for the next shot.
The target is a monster lurking in the jungle of the Amazon River Basin. Various monsters are moving on grassy trees, trees, or flying in the sky. The targets are color-coded into four kinds, and the score when hitting each is different:
- 100 points for shooting a pink target
- 200 points for shooting a yellow target
- 300 points for shooting a green target
- 500 points for shooting an orange target
When the double indicator lights below the player score, the score is doubled, and when the triple lights up, the score is tripled.