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Latest revision as of 13:43, 11 January 2020


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System(s): Electro-mechanical arcade
Publisher: Sega
Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade (Electro-Mechanical)
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Dan-Bo is a 1970s electro-mechanical arcade game similar to Jumbo and resides in the same cabinet. In Jumbo, the elephant is on the ground, picking up the ball with its trunk and placing it in a wireframe trail to score points. To contrast, in Dan-Bo, the elephant is off the ground and must use the trunk's suction to grab the ball off the ground and place the ball in a net. The game's control raises and lowers the elephant, and the button releases the ball.



787.4 mm (31")
1.321 m (52")
787.4 mm (31")