From Sega Retro
|System(s): Discrete logic arcade|
|Number of players: 2|
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Bullet Mark (バレットマーク) is a 1975 discrete logic game by Sega with twin Tommy Guns. It is similar to Sega's earlier 1974 game Balloon Gun, but with a wider variety of targets to shoot. Like Balloon Gun, it was a first-person light-gun shooter with two-player co-op gameplay.
Bullet Mark was Sega's first product to be manufactured in the United States, being built at the Sega of America factory in Redondo Beach, California. In the United States, it sold 10 arcade units in 1975 and 200 arcade units in early 1976, for a total of 210 arcade units sold by early 1976.
The guns have a recoil effect and can be fired as a single shot or in a short burst. Four series of targets appear sequentially on an oversized TV screen: balloons (worth 7 points), tanks (15 points), pirates (30 points) and aircraft (45 points). A perfect score is 979. Game time adjustable from 60 to 140 seconds. When played as a two-player game, a score of 800 (adjustable to 600 depending on the operator) by either player automatically extends the game into an additional balloon series.
- Mass: 152kg