Gun Fight

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Gun Fight
System(s): Electro-mechanical arcade
Publisher: Sega
Distributor: Banner Speciality Company[1] (US)
Genre: Shoot-'em-Up

Number of players: 2
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade (Electro-Mechanical)
¥150,000[2] ?
Arcade (Electro-Mechanical)
$1,295[4] ?

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Gun Fight is a 1969 electro-mechanical arcade game produced by Sega. It was a 25-cent shooting game.


The game pits two "gunfighters" against each other in a Western setting. Using a pistol handle controller, players move and shoot simulated bullets. Tops of cacti can be shot off, reducing the opponent's cover. When a player is shot, they are momentarily fallen to the ground before standing up again. Shots can be carefully aimed or triggered in staccato succession and gunshot sound effects are given off. Hits are shown on individually illuminated scoreboards. The game is set to default to 30 seconds.



635 mm (25")
1.473 m (58")
1.321 m (52")



Gun Fight was an early multiplayer shooter game. It was a direct precedent to Taito's 1975 arcade shooter video game Gun Fight, which in turn was influential on shooter video games.[5] The Gun Fight video game was an adaptation of Sega's electro-mechanical game of the same name.[6][7][8]

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