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|Manufacturer: American Laser Games|
|Made for: Sega Mega Drive, Sega Mega-CD|
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The GameGun is a third-party light gun accessory released by American Laser Games, originally for the 3DO before being adapted for the Sega Mega Drive and Sega Mega-CD. A PC version was also released, though no versions were officially sold outside of North America.
The GameGun was designed for American Laser Games' series of Mega-CD light gun games; Mad Dog McCree, Crime Patrol, Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold and Who Shot Johnny Rock? (as well as the unreleased Space Pirates and Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars), but is also compatible with games designed for both the Sega Menacer and Konami Justifier. The GameGun is the only widely produced light gun to substitute the Menacer, and is therefore the only smaller alternative to an accessory often criticised for its cumbersome size.