Moon Patrol

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Game name Moon Patrol
Genres Arcade, Shooter
Game modes Single player, Multiplayer
Publisher(s) Atarisoft, Atari, Inc. (Atari, SA subsidiary), Irem Corporation
Developer(s) Atari, Inc. (Atari, SA subsidiary), General Computer Corporation (GCC), Irem, Irem Corporation
Platform(s) DOS, C64, Arcade, Atari2600, Atari-ST, Atari8bit, Atari5200, vic-20, Apple][, ti-99
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Moon Patrol Summary

Moon Patrol is an arcade game originally released in 1982 by Irem and later licensed for release in North America by Williams (Midway). It is a side-scrolling shooter that puts players at the controls of a six-wheeled moon rover that can jump and shoot. The goal is to move through the entire course as quickly as possible while shooting enemies for additional points. Cannons are mounted on the front and top of the vehicle, and both fire simultaneously when the fire button is pressed. Rocks, mines, and pits in the course prevent you from just holding to the right for maximum speed. Rocks and mines can be shot, but pits must be jumped. Some enemies fire shots that create new pits in the course, forcing players to react quickly.