You are a yo-yo (an electric one no less), your job is to eliminate all of the dots on the screen without touching the little evil sprites which move around the board. Play takes place on a square board and the dots you must consume change their pattern for each new level. The gameplay is reminiscent of something like Pac-man meets Arkanoid meets Fantavision (the eye-candy game released with the PS2). You consume these little dots, some of which make you immune to baddies (a la Pac-man and Arkanoid) and you move about the level by grabbing the nearest little dot (a la Fantavision).

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Can also, theoretically, run Qix. This, however, requires either hardware modifications or a hacked ROM because is has what is called a Coin Processor Board, a device intended to prevent ROM swaps. Other games that could run on similar hardware include Zoo Keeper, Space Dungeon and Kram. Manufacturer: Taito
Year: 1982
Class: Wide Release
Genre: Puzzle
Type: Video Arcade
Standard Resolution, Vertical raster monitor.
Color CRT
Conversion Class: Taito Classic
One player at a time
Two Players Alternating
Control Panel Layout: Single Player
Controls:Joystick: 4-way (up, down, left, right)
Sound: Amplified Mono (one channel)

Tech Specs: klov.com

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