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Track And Field Arcade Video Game of 1983 by Centuri at

A very good game with great sound and classic gameplay.

Track And Field Arcade Video Game

This game has been stripped of side artwork

Track And Field Arcade Video Game

The object of the game was to compete in several events including
100m dash, long jump and javilin throw, 110m hurdle, hammer throw, high jump.

Track And Field Arcade Video Game

Simple control panel had two button to run and one to jump/throw.  Many games were converted to
use track balls because the switches kept wearing out!  The way to play was with a pencil balanced on your finger
and then tap one side.  The other side of the pencil would recoil and press the other button for you!

Track And Field Arcade Video Game

Screen shot of the long jump

Above Photos Courtesy of Lee in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Below Photos Courtesy of taky123 in Vineland, New Jersey

Track And Field Arcade Video Game

Here you can see the side art.  The game tried to make use of the fact the 1984 Olympic games were held in the US

Track And Field Arcade Video Game

Great shade of blue for the cabinet.  Here you can see the original buttons.

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