|System(s): UFO Board|
|Number of players: 1-2|
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The 1985 model is a boxy machine with a pink/red finish intended to attract female players. It is reportedly more susceptible to breakdowns than later versions, and the angluar nature of the cabinet was at one point identified as a safety hazard.
During development the machine was known as Eagle Catcher (the claw being an eagle's foot), although was reportedly changed due to mechanical limitations, creating a crane that looked more like a UFO. References to this older name can be found in technical manuals and part descriptions.
|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)|