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American Laser Games - Who Shot Johnny Rock? - 1993
 
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For those who wants to rememorate this shooter game that was Who Shot Johnny Rock? developed and published by American Laser Games, Inc. in 1993. It is to be noted that the cinematic of the game is yes from 1991, but the DOS version (1.00) that currently presented was published in 1993 in Canada and 1994 in USA. (So this is not the re-release that have been made in the early 2000.) Pour ceux qui veulent se remémorer ce jeu de tir qu'était Who Shot Johnny Rock? dévelopé et distribué par American Laser Games, Inc. en 1993. Il est à noter que la cinématique du jeu est oui de 1991, mais la version 1.00 sous DOS elle même (qui est présenté sur cette vidéo) a été publié en 1993 au Canada et en 1994 aux États-Unis d'Amérique. (Par la même occasion, il est à comprendre que la version si-présenté n'est PAS celle qui a été re-publié au début des années 2000.)
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American Laser Games PC Gun Ports with Aimtrak from ArcadeGuns.com
 
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A video of the PC ports of the American Laser Games arcade gun games. Games: The Last Bounty Hunter Crime Patrol Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars Space Pirates Mad Dog McCree Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold Who Shot Johnny Rock?
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20 Games That Defined Laserdisc Gaming
 
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20 Games That Defined Laserdisc Gaming 1983 Astron Belt (Sega) 1983 Cliff Hanger (Stern Electronics) 1983 M.A.C.H. 3 (Gottlieb/Mylstar) 1983 Cube Quest (Simutrek) 1983 Dragon's Lair (Cinematronics/Advanced Microcomputer Systems) 1984 Firefox (Atari) 1984 Cobra Command (Data East) 1984 Badlands (Konami) 1984 Thayer's Quest (aka Kingdom: The Far Reaches) (RDI Video Systems) 1984 Space Ace (Cinematronics/Advanced Microcomputer Systems) 1984 Ninja Hayate (aka Revenge of the Ninja) (Taito) 1985 Road Blaster (aka Road Avenger) (Data East) 1985 Time Gal (Taito) 1990 Galaxian 3: Project Dragoon (Namco) 1990 Mad Dog McCree (American Laser Games) 1991 Who Shot Johnny Rock? (American Laser Games) 1991 Dragon's Lair II: Time Warp (Leland Corporation) 1992 Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (American Laser Games) 1993 Crime Patrol (American Laser Games) 1994 The Last Bounty Hunter (American Laser Games)
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The Last Bounty Hunter (American Laser Games) (MS-DOS) [1994]
 
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Download your favourite classic PC games from here / Descarga tus juegos clásicos favoritos de PC a partir de aquí: http://www.lamazmorraabandon.com Buy your favourite classic PC games from here / Compra tus juegos clásicos favoritos de PC a partir de aquí: http://www.lamazmorraabandon.com/modules.php?name=Ebay_Module The Last Bounty Hunter is a live-action laserdisc video game released by American Laser Games in 1994. Like almost all of the games produced by the now-defunct company, it is a rail shooter and, like the two installments in the Mad Dog McCree series before it, is set in the Old West. Filmed at Old Tucson Studios in Tucson, Arizona, it was one of the company's last releases before it was forced to close down. The player steps into the shoes of an anonymous bounty hunter who rides into a busy town in order to track down and bring to justice four outlaws whose control over the territory is widespread: Handsome Harry, Nasty Dan, El Loco, and The Cactus Kid. The bounty hunter first fights against a group of bandits attacking a fort commanded by a United States Army general, Clinton Briggs. With each scenario, the bounty hunter fights his way to the final enemy, one of the four outlaws, each of whom can either be wounded and apprehended or shot dead. The ending sequence depends on the way in which the criminals were brought to justice. The player receives an amount of money for each neutralized outlaw; this money translates into points. Throughout the game, three different weapons can be used: the standard six-shooter, the seemingly more powerful shotgun, and a gun that holds more bullets then the normal six-shooter, which can be found as a bonus at times by shooting oxen skulls, hanging lanterns, and wooden wheels. Showdowns take place at random, though more frequently and with greater diversity than in Mad Dog McCree; one of the gunfighters is Wes Flowers, the star of another American Laser Games release, Fast Draw Showdown. Getting hit or firing upon a civilian results in the loss of one of three lives and an appropriate sequence involving a gravedigger. There is one load/save slot and a second player can be introduced at the start of the game. The point, or "cash", bonus for completing a stage is higher if the boss is taken alive, by means of shooting the gun out of his hand before he can fire. Depending on who was captured alive, spared bosses may come back and try to either bribe or shoot the player character. Once in a while, the action will take a break to a setting which involves a duel with one enemy or a group of men standing in which only one actually takes part in the duel. The player must shoot only after the shooter goes for his gun and not shoot any of the other men. Source: Wikipedia
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American Laser Games best-of compilation
 
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American Laser Games was a company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that created numerous light gun laserdisc video games featuring live action full motion video. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Grebe, who had originally created a system to train police officers under the company name ICAT (Institute for Combat Arms and Tactics) and later adapted the technology for arcade games. Its first hit game was Mad Dog McCree, a light gun shooter set in the American Old West. By mid-1995 they were recognized as the leading company in the medium of laserdisc-based arcade games. Almost all arcade games released by the company were light gun shooters and a number of them also had an Old West theme. Later, the company turned toward compact disc technology to release its games. Ports of its arcade titles were released for the Sega CD, CD-i and DOS computers equipped with CD-ROM drives. The company was particularly supportive of the 3DO, not only releasing versions of its games for the console, but also offering a modified version of the 3DO platform as an upgrade kit for existing arcade video game cabinets, supporting compressed video versions of their games at a lower cost. In 1995, American Laser Games released Mazer for the 3DO home market and Orbatak (3DO-powered) for the arcade - their first and only in-house non-Full motion video based games. The company also released a series of light-gun controllers, including the 3DO Game Gun and the PC Gamegun, for home computer use. The latter proved unsuccessful due to its poor accuracy. American Laser Games lasted until the mid-to-late 1990s, by which time it had begun making "games for girls" for the PC under the moniker Her Interactive, beginning with McKenzie & Co. In response to a major slump in the arcade industry, American Laser Games ended its direct manufacturing of coin-op machines in November 1995. The company eventually closed its doors and was bought out by Her Interactive, which had been spun off before ALG closing and is still making games as of September 2016. In 2000, the development and publishing rights to all of the games that were produced by American Laser Games were purchased by Digital Leisure, Inc from Her Interactive. Many of these games were then re-released for the PC and in DVD TV game format.
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CRIME PATROL [NO DEATH RUN] - Longplay - American Laser Games Special
 
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:: CRIME PATROL :: PC MS-DOS / American Laser Games (1994) Schwierigkeit: Wimpy / Blind: Nein In-Game Sprache: Englisch / HD WS: 720p In der dritten Folge unseres American Laser Games Specials schauen wir auf CRIME PATROL, in welchem wir als Cop dem organisierten Verbrechen den Gar ausmachen. Wir starten als kleiner Vorstadt-Bulle, der Einbrüche und Gang-Fights platzen lässt, und arbeiten uns daraufhin über die Undercover- und SWAT-Einheiten hoch zur Delta Force, unter dessen Leitung wir Terroranschläge, Geiselnahmen und Plutoniumschmuggel verhindern. Die hier gespielte MS-DOS Variante des ursprünglich auf Laserdisc und in den Spielhallen erschienenen FMV-Klassikers wurde im Jahr 1994 veröffentlicht. Dies ist ein No Death Run. Wer gerne ein Let's Play mit Kommentar sehen möchte, hat hier die Gelegenheit dazu: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEVyAaHFveg
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American Laser Games - Mad Dog McCree - 1993
 
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For those who wants to remind this "shooting/adventure" with cinematic games that was Mad Dog McCree from American Laser Games, Inc. but published by IBM . To be note: When the game freeze, it's because the CD-ROM was loading. Pour ceux qui veullent se remémorer ce fabuleux jeu d'aventure et tir filmé comme un film qu'était Mad Dog McCree de American Laser Games, Inc. publié par IBM. Il est à noter que lorsque le jeu semble gelé/freezer, bien c'est parce que le CD ROM loading.
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Mad Dog McCree, Crime Patrol e l'American Laser Games
 
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Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (Shooting Beaver's Path) (American Laser Games) (MS-DOS) [1992]
 
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American Laser Games Who Shot Johnny Rock?
 
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Who Shot Johnny Rock? is the title of a live-action full motion video laserdisc video game produced by American Laser Games and released in the arcade in 1991, as well as for DOS, Sega CD, 3DO and CD-i in or around 1994. As part of a series of similar-styled games released by the company, Who Shot Johnny Rock? introduces a different setting than most of the others, while maintaining almost identical gameplay. The game was re-released by Digital Leisure around 2003 with updated video and sound, in addition to several bonus options. It appeared on the 1992/1993 series of GamesMaster with Tony Slattery playing, he said he hated video games and later failed the challenge by shooting an innocent victim. The game's title is a play on Who shot J. R.?. PlotThe game is set a Hollywood version of 1930s Chicago, where one plays a private detective that has been hired to find out who murdered a nightclub singer named Johnny Rock; the murderer turns out to have been Rock's fiancee, Red. The player must attempt to reach Johnny Rock's killer, shooting villains and interrogating individuals. The game takes the player through the gangs of four gangsters with suggestive names - Measles, Mumps, Smallpox, and Lockjaw Lil, who all knew Rock - and locations such as a chemical factory, a pool hall, a garage and a casino. GameplayAs is the case with other American Laser Games releases, the format is a first-person perspective of the player watching the full motion video, listening to the various characters and shooting the right enemies at the right time with a powerful Tommy gun. Most other games produced by the company - with minor exceptions such as The Last Bounty Hunter, where the player can use a shotgun for a limited amount of time - feature no more than a simple pistol, which must be used to eliminate successive foes. Also, the player narrates the story. Unlike previous games, such as Mad Dog McCree and Crime Patrol, the player's Tommy gun does not need to be reloaded, but one does need to buy extra ammunition. Also, when health is lost, the player needs to have enough money to be able to pay the city doctor to give him or her an extra life. If money runs out, the game is over. The player must also try to avoid hitting innocent bystanders, as doing so results in having to pay funeral expenses. The doctor also gives advice (usually fake) and criticizes the player's actions. Along the way, clues have to be collected and it is them that will eventually allow the player to determine Johnny Rock's murderer; one of the final sequences takes place in Rock's mansion, where a final clue will point to the killer, who must be eliminated to end the game. As in most rail shooters by American Laser Games, the PC version includes mouse and light gun support.
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American Laser Games - Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars (1994)
 
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American Laser Games was a company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that created numerous light gun laserdisc video games featuring live action full motion video. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Grebe, who had originally created a system to train police officers under the company name ICAT (Institute for Combat Arms and Tactics) and later adapted the technology for arcade games. Its first hit game was Mad Dog McCree, a light gun shooter set in the American Old West. By mid-1995 they were recognized as the leading company in the medium of laserdisc-based arcade games.Almost all arcade games released by the company were light gun shooters and a number of them also had an Old West theme. Later, the company turned toward compact disc technology to release its games. Ports of its arcade titles were released for the Sega CD, CD-i and DOS computers equipped with CD-ROM drives. The company was particularly supportive of the 3DO, not only releasing versions of its games for the console, but also offering a modified version of the 3DO platform as an upgrade kit for existing arcade video game cabinets, supporting compressed video versions of their games at a lower cost. In 1995, American Laser Games released Mazer for the 3DO home market and Orbatak (3DO-powered) for the arcade - their first and only in-house non-Full motion video based games. The company also released a series of light-gun controllers, including the 3DO Game Gun and the PC Gamegun, for home computer use. The latter proved unsuccessful due to its poor accuracy. American Laser Games lasted until the mid-to-late 1990s, by which time it had begun making "games for girls" for the PC under the moniker Her Interactive, beginning with McKenzie & Co. In response to a major slump in the arcade industry, American Laser Games ended its direct manufacturing of coin-op machines in November 1995. The company eventually closed its doors and was bought out by Her Interactive, which had been spun off before ALG closing and is still making games as of September 2016. In 2000, the development and publishing rights to all of the games that were produced by American Laser Games were purchased by Digital Leisure, Inc from Her Interactive. Many of these games were then re-released for the PC and in DVD TV game format.
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3DO The Last Bounty Hunter 1994 American Laser Games US!
 
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SPACE PIRATES [NO DEATH RUN] - Longplay - American Laser Games Special
 
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:: SPACE PIRATES :: PC MS-DOS / American Laser Games (1994) Schwierigkeit: Cadet / Blind: Nein In-Game Sprache: Englisch / HD WS: 720p In der zweiten Folge unseres American Laser Games Specials gehen wir auf Jagd nach Weltraumpiraten. In SPACE PIRATES schlüpfen wir in die Rolle eines namenlosen Star Rangers, welcher Commander Ursula Skye und ihre Crew von der Colonial Star One aus den Klauen des Raumpiraten Talon befreien muss. Die hier gespielte MS-DOS Variante des ursprünglich auf Laserdisc und in den Spielhallen erschienenen FMV-Klassikers wurde im Jahr 1994 veröffentlicht. Dies ist ein No Death Run. Wer gerne ein Let's Play mit Kommentar sehen möchte, hat hier die Gelegenheit dazu: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mw6se1VSWqc
Views: 116 LST Let's Plays
fast draw showdown logo from american laser games
 
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fast draw showdown american laser games logo
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American Laser Games - Crime Patrol (1993)
 
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American Laser Games was a company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that created numerous light gun laserdisc video games featuring live action full motion video. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Grebe, who had originally created a system to train police officers under the company name ICAT (Institute for Combat Arms and Tactics) and later adapted the technology for arcade games. Its first hit game was Mad Dog McCree, a light gun shooter set in the American Old West. By mid-1995 they were recognized as the leading company in the medium of laserdisc-based arcade games.Almost all arcade games released by the company were light gun shooters and a number of them also had an Old West theme. Later, the company turned toward compact disc technology to release its games. Ports of its arcade titles were released for the Sega CD, CD-i and DOS computers equipped with CD-ROM drives. The company was particularly supportive of the 3DO, not only releasing versions of its games for the console, but also offering a modified version of the 3DO platform as an upgrade kit for existing arcade video game cabinets, supporting compressed video versions of their games at a lower cost. In 1995, American Laser Games released Mazer for the 3DO home market and Orbatak (3DO-powered) for the arcade - their first and only in-house non-Full motion video based games. The company also released a series of light-gun controllers, including the 3DO Game Gun and the PC Gamegun, for home computer use. The latter proved unsuccessful due to its poor accuracy. American Laser Games lasted until the mid-to-late 1990s, by which time it had begun making "games for girls" for the PC under the moniker Her Interactive, beginning with McKenzie & Co. In response to a major slump in the arcade industry, American Laser Games ended its direct manufacturing of coin-op machines in November 1995. The company eventually closed its doors and was bought out by Her Interactive, which had been spun off before ALG closing and is still making games as of September 2016. In 2000, the development and publishing rights to all of the games that were produced by American Laser Games were purchased by Digital Leisure, Inc from Her Interactive. Many of these games were then re-released for the PC and in DVD TV game format.
Views: 174 FunCade 64
U.S. NAVY Electromagnetc RAILGUN Mach 7 Fire Tests | 2008-2017
 
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Crime Patrol: Drug Wars - Full Let's Play
 
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American Laser Games, the company that released all those weird video shooting games in the arcades in the nineties. This is how to beat Drug Wars and kill lots of cowboys, fat men, drug dealers, mexican guys and some random civilians in between. If you liked this video, please suscribe. More info on: http://definitelyrussian.blogspot.com/2015/11/crime-patrol-2-drug-wars-full-game.html Follow on Twitter at @DefRussian
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Mad Dog McCree 1992 by American Laser Games
 
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Title: Mad Dog Publisher: American Laser Games Published: 1992 Format: PC Dos Emulator: DosBox 0.74 Synopsis I had this game back in 1994, I bought this game on sale at Costco.I bought it because it was on sale for $20, and it looked like a pretty cool game. Mad Dog is basically a interactive CD game, and games like these were very popular when CD-ROMs became the mainstream in PCs in the early 1990s. I played this game on my Pentium 100 mhzs computer, and the graphics of the game was just like this. It was heavily pixelated, but you have to remember this was before mpeg was released. Mpeg-1 was released in 1993, and it became almost mainstream in 1995. If you went to computer shows in the mid 1990s, you saw a lot of vendors peddling mpeg-1 cards, and they showed off many demos on the capability of it. Mpeg-1 really did look nice on computers. Mpeg-1 was eclipsed by the DVD format, which was released in 1997. Back in the early 1990s, CD videos weren't that great. You did have games like Wing Commander 3 which was released in 1994 that had very good CD videos. It was kind of like a interactive movie, and it was a space simulator as well. We had a lot of other interactive games, like the 11th Hour, 7th Guest, Police Quest Swat, etc. The funny thing about these interactive CD games was that the CD-ROMs held more space than most hard drives at the time. A typical CD-ROM could store about 640 mbs while a hard drive held anywhere from 250 mbs to 750 mbs. For games like this, a couple of megabytes of space was copied on the hard drive while most of the video was played from the CD-ROM. Interactive games have a sequence of events which are programmed, it was kind of like a Choose Your Own Adventure book. You would make a selection, and the video would play. If you point the mouse and shoot a person that would trigger the character to go down. The enemies would always come in the same way, because the video is played linearly, like a movie. If you get shot, the video skips to the scene where you see the mortician. You get the point. Games today are interactive, but it relies more on polygonal graphics and 3d textures. Games of this era relied on videos, so it didn't really rely on computing power. Mad Dog McCree is a typical Western where you save the town, the Sheriff, kill evil bandits, and rescue the girl. Once you play the game and die a few times, you can pass it easily, because all the enemies are in the exact same place. They will even show up in the same way at the same time frame. That is how I beat this game. The problem with this game is that, it will crash a lot with DosBox 0.74. Therefore, if you want to play it without any bugs, you best buy a old 486 or 386 computer. That is if you can still find out. This game is a fine example of a interactive game of the 1990s, so I urge you to download it and the emulator and try it out.
Views: 279 Ace1000ks1975
American Laser Games Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold
 
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PlotThe anonymous main character must track down the wanted outlaw himself, eliminating any and all gang members and hostiles along the way; from the introduction, one can conclude that he or she will be up against renegade Indians, banditos and "Mad Dog's sleazy crew". The player proceeds through the game, first by taking a preparatory shooting lesson with a stagecoach driver -- played by Ben Zeller, who appeared in the role of the prospector in the original game -- and then by choosing one of three guides: Buckskin Bonnie, the Professor and Shooting Beaver. Each guide takes the player along a different, unique route, but they converge in the game's final shootouts, which take place inside a moving train and in Mad Dog's hideout; the latter scene is especially lengthy and culminates with a showdown with McCree himself. However, hunting down and defeating the infamous gunfighter is not the player's only goal; Mad Dog has hidden a chest full of treasure in his hideout and it is up to the player to get it back from him. At times, the player will discover that the treasure chest is full of sand and obviously does not contain the "lost gold". However, this scene may appear during the final scenes of the game does not always occur unless the player has reached the end using more than one credit; furthermore, the sand scene almost certainly does not appear on the CD-I or DVD versions of the game due to currently unknown reasons. GameplayMad Dog II is a rail shooter. The player is guided along a path once chosen and his or her role is to shoot the villains before they manage to hit the player character. A special cursor is used to specify the location the player is aiming at. There is also a limited number of bullets in the chamber; however, reloading can be done an infinite number of times. Like Mad Dog McCree, The Last Bounty Hunter and Fast Draw Showdown, Mad Dog II contains random scenes in which the player takes part in a showdown, in which he or she is up against one or more gunfighters. One starts out with an empty chamber and must quickly reload when given the chance, and proceed to eliminate the enemy as fast as possible. Shooting practice at the beginning of the game involves hitting cow skulls, signposts and such from a stagecoach in motion. The player must avoid getting shot and hitting innocent civilians; if one of these occurs, the player loses one of three lives, and a short clip is displayed often showing an undertaker giving advice or criticizing the player's actions. In the CD-i, 3DO, and PC versions, a mouse or light gun is used to shoot, reload and choose paths or guides; in addition, there is one load/save slot and three possible levels of difficulty. ReceptionThe PC version of Mad Dog II received a 9% from the US version of PC Gamer magazine.[citation needed] The 3DO version received a 6/10 from Electronic Gaming Monthly.[1]
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Space Pirates (American Laser Games) (MS-DOS) [1994]
 
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American Laser Games - Who Shot Johnny Rock? (1991)
 
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American Laser Games was a company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that created numerous light gun laserdisc video games featuring live action full motion video. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Grebe, who had originally created a system to train police officers under the company name ICAT (Institute for Combat Arms and Tactics) and later adapted the technology for arcade games. Its first hit game was Mad Dog McCree, a light gun shooter set in the American Old West. By mid-1995 they were recognized as the leading company in the medium of laserdisc-based arcade games.Almost all arcade games released by the company were light gun shooters and a number of them also had an Old West theme. Later, the company turned toward compact disc technology to release its games. Ports of its arcade titles were released for the Sega CD, CD-i and DOS computers equipped with CD-ROM drives. The company was particularly supportive of the 3DO, not only releasing versions of its games for the console, but also offering a modified version of the 3DO platform as an upgrade kit for existing arcade video game cabinets, supporting compressed video versions of their games at a lower cost. In 1995, American Laser Games released Mazer for the 3DO home market and Orbatak (3DO-powered) for the arcade - their first and only in-house non-Full motion video based games. The company also released a series of light-gun controllers, including the 3DO Game Gun and the PC Gamegun, for home computer use. The latter proved unsuccessful due to its poor accuracy. American Laser Games lasted until the mid-to-late 1990s, by which time it had begun making "games for girls" for the PC under the moniker Her Interactive, beginning with McKenzie & Co. In response to a major slump in the arcade industry, American Laser Games ended its direct manufacturing of coin-op machines in November 1995. The company eventually closed its doors and was bought out by Her Interactive, which had been spun off before ALG closing and is still making games as of September 2016. In 2000, the development and publishing rights to all of the games that were produced by American Laser Games were purchased by Digital Leisure, Inc from Her Interactive. Many of these games were then re-released for the PC and in DVD TV game format.
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Mad Dog McCree (American Laser Games) (MS-DOS) [1992]
 
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Download your favourite classic PC games from here / Descarga tus juegos clásicos favoritos de PC a partir de aquí: http://www.lamazmorraabandon.com Buy your favourite classic PC games from here / Compra tus juegos clásicos favoritos de PC a partir de aquí: http://www.lamazmorraabandon.com/modules.php?name=Ebay_Module Primera entrega de la saga "Mad Dog McCree" y ópera prima de la compañía American Laser Games que la dio a conocer con un notable éxito de crítica en sus primeras versiones para recreativa y, posteriormente, para consola y PC. "Mad Dog McCree" fue, por tanto, el primero de una decena de "shooters" en primera persona en formato láser disc en los que actores reales recreaban las distintas acciones que presentaban los juegos. En esta ocasión, el usuario encarna a un forastero que llega a un pequeño pueblo invadido por una banda de bandidos liderada por el malvado Mad Dog. El panorama no puede ser más dramático, ya que el sheriff ha sido encerrado y tanto el alcalde como su hija han sido secuestrados. Así que, revólver en mano, el jugador deberá gestionar correctamente las tres vidas de que dispone para acabar con todos los secuaces de Mad Dog y éste último para liberar al pueblo de su tiranía. ¿Serás capaz de lograrlo?
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American Laser Games - Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (1992)
 
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American Laser Games was a company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that created numerous light gun laserdisc video games featuring live action full motion video. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Grebe, who had originally created a system to train police officers under the company name ICAT (Institute for Combat Arms and Tactics) and later adapted the technology for arcade games. Its first hit game was Mad Dog McCree, a light gun shooter set in the American Old West. By mid-1995 they were recognized as the leading company in the medium of laserdisc-based arcade games.Almost all arcade games released by the company were light gun shooters and a number of them also had an Old West theme. Later, the company turned toward compact disc technology to release its games. Ports of its arcade titles were released for the Sega CD, CD-i and DOS computers equipped with CD-ROM drives. The company was particularly supportive of the 3DO, not only releasing versions of its games for the console, but also offering a modified version of the 3DO platform as an upgrade kit for existing arcade video game cabinets, supporting compressed video versions of their games at a lower cost. In 1995, American Laser Games released Mazer for the 3DO home market and Orbatak (3DO-powered) for the arcade - their first and only in-house non-Full motion video based games. The company also released a series of light-gun controllers, including the 3DO Game Gun and the PC Gamegun, for home computer use. The latter proved unsuccessful due to its poor accuracy. American Laser Games lasted until the mid-to-late 1990s, by which time it had begun making "games for girls" for the PC under the moniker Her Interactive, beginning with McKenzie & Co. In response to a major slump in the arcade industry, American Laser Games ended its direct manufacturing of coin-op machines in November 1995. The company eventually closed its doors and was bought out by Her Interactive, which had been spun off before ALG closing and is still making games as of September 2016. In 2000, the development and publishing rights to all of the games that were produced by American Laser Games were purchased by Digital Leisure, Inc from Her Interactive. Many of these games were then re-released for the PC and in DVD TV game format.
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Crime Patrol - Panasonic 3DO (Live Action Shooter) 1993
 
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Crime Patrol is a live-action laserdisc video game released by American Laser Games in 1993
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American Laser Games crime patrol
 
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StorylineThe player character is employed in the police force and works his way up from Rookie to Delta Force, achieved through systematically neutralizing threats which appear in various environments and scenarios. As a Rookie, the player character teams up with a somewhat boisterous policewoman, taking on shoplifters, armed robbers and gang members. After getting promoted to Undercover, the player character gets a slightly overweight male partner and confronts drug smugglers and crime lords in a nightclub, impound lot and airport. Next, in SWAT, bank robbers and terrorists become the enemies. Finally, in Delta Force, the player must stand up to criminals who are a serious threat to national security, such as a hijacked shipment of nuclear material, hijacked planes, and assassination attempts. Each part of the game is made up of three separate scenarios, with one final mission involving a plot to steal plutonium that is filmed partly in nightvision. GameplayThe CD-i, 3DO, and PC versions use a mouse or light gun to aim and shoot the villains. Reloading is done by moving the light gun outside of the screen and pressing the trigger; this is also achieved when using the mouse by directing the cursor to the bottom right-hand corner of the screen and right-clicking. The player can reload at any time and an infinite number of times. The player has three lives at his disposal. There are four levels, not counting the shooting range, which one can access to improve one's aim and reflexes
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Mad Dog McCree, 1990 American Laser Games (20 From '90 Part 13)
 
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Cheesy dialogue and action (likely intentional) permeate this amusing laserdisc live-action title set in the Old West. Notorious outlaw Mad Dog McCree has captured the mayor and his daughter, and put the sheriff in jail. It's up to you, the "stranger", to help the town return to its peaceful ways and end McCree's grip of terror for good. Use your light gun (this being the first laserdisc light-gun game) to shoot any enemies that pop up in any of the scenarios-- you start with the corral, the saloon, the sheriff's office, and the bank (in any order you like), and then move on to the mine and McCree's hideout. An old prospector gives you advice and the general rundown of your objective, and is threatened on occasion, prompting you to save him. Eventually you will need to avoid shooting innocent civilians like the mayor and his daughter (the latter of which the prospector seems to want you to jump her bones!) or you'll get a bad ending where the town coffinmaker/mortician chews you out-- and he also appears when you lose lives. Failing to shoot the bad guys will simply result in them standing there and looking at your corpse, laughing at you/with their buddies, or just moving along. Eventually you face Mad Dog himself and need to shoot him multiple times, as he's got a bulletproof vest on. Then you get a good ending. Always keep your eyes sharp since enemies can be difficult to see, especially amongst foliage and rocks. Enjoyable enough interactive game which saw several home ports (Sega CD, 3DO, etc.).
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Who Shot Johnny Rock? (American Laser Games) (MS-DOS) [1991]
 
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The Witching Hour Ep.30 - "All American Laser Games"
 
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Extreme Laser Tag Battle!!
 
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RouLetsPlay – The Last Bounty Hunter
 
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AMERICAN LASER GAMES Subscribe: http://bit.ly/adjectivegaming RouLetsPlaylist: http://bit.ly/RouLetsPlay DISCORD: https://discord.gg/z4jDn4X The Last Bounty Hunter: The player receives an amount of money for each neutralized outlaw; this money translates into points. Throughout the game, three different weapons can be used: the standard six-shooter, the seemingly more powerful shotgun, and a gun that holds more bullets than the normal six-shooter, which can be found as a bonus at times by shooting oxen skulls, hanging lanterns, and wooden wheels. Showdowns take place at random, though more frequently and with greater diversity than in Mad Dog McCree; one of the gunfighters is Wes Flowers, the star of another American Laser Games release, Fast Draw Showdown. As in related games, the 3DO and CD-i versions are compatible with both mouse and light gun as well as the console's standard control pad. Getting hit or firing upon a civilian results in the loss of one of three lives and an appropriate sequence involving a gravedigger. There is one load/save slot and a second player can be introduced at the start of the game. The point, or "cash", bonus for completing a stage is higher if the boss is taken alive, by means of shooting the gun out of his hand before he can fire. Depending on who was captured alive, spared bosses may come back and try to either bribe or shoot the player character. Once in a while, the action will take a break to a setting which involves a duel with one enemy or a group of men standing in which only one actually takes part in the duel. The player must shoot only after the shooter goes for his gun and not shoot any of the other men. The player steps into the shoes of an anonymous bounty hunter who rides into a busy town in order to track down and bring to justice four outlaws whose control over the territory is widespread: Handsome Harry, Nasty Dan, El Loco, and The Cactus Kid. The bounty hunter first fights against a group of bandits attacking a fort commanded by a United States Army general, Clinton Briggs. With each scenario, the bounty hunter fights his way to the final enemy, one of the four outlaws, each of whom can either be wounded and apprehended or shot dead. The ending sequence depends on the way in which the criminals were brought to justice.
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Mad Dog II: The Lost Gold (Buckskin Bonnie's Path) (American Laser Games) (MS-DOS) [1992]
 
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Hyperspin - American Laser Games
 
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American Laser Games - Mad Dog McCree (1990)
 
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American Laser Games was a company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that created numerous light gun laserdisc video games featuring live action full motion video. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Grebe, who had originally created a system to train police officers under the company name ICAT (Institute for Combat Arms and Tactics) and later adapted the technology for arcade games. Its first hit game was Mad Dog McCree, a light gun shooter set in the American Old West. By mid-1995 they were recognized as the leading company in the medium of laserdisc-based arcade games.Almost all arcade games released by the company were light gun shooters and a number of them also had an Old West theme. Later, the company turned toward compact disc technology to release its games. Ports of its arcade titles were released for the Sega CD, CD-i and DOS computers equipped with CD-ROM drives. The company was particularly supportive of the 3DO, not only releasing versions of its games for the console, but also offering a modified version of the 3DO platform as an upgrade kit for existing arcade video game cabinets, supporting compressed video versions of their games at a lower cost. In 1995, American Laser Games released Mazer for the 3DO home market and Orbatak (3DO-powered) for the arcade - their first and only in-house non-Full motion video based games. The company also released a series of light-gun controllers, including the 3DO Game Gun and the PC Gamegun, for home computer use. The latter proved unsuccessful due to its poor accuracy. American Laser Games lasted until the mid-to-late 1990s, by which time it had begun making "games for girls" for the PC under the moniker Her Interactive, beginning with McKenzie & Co. In response to a major slump in the arcade industry, American Laser Games ended its direct manufacturing of coin-op machines in November 1995. The company eventually closed its doors and was bought out by Her Interactive, which had been spun off before ALG closing and is still making games as of September 2016. In 2000, the development and publishing rights to all of the games that were produced by American Laser Games were purchased by Digital Leisure, Inc from Her Interactive. Many of these games were then re-released for the PC and in DVD TV game format.
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American Laser Games - Space Pirates (1992)
 
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American Laser Games was a company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that created numerous light gun laserdisc video games featuring live action full motion video. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Grebe, who had originally created a system to train police officers under the company name ICAT (Institute for Combat Arms and Tactics) and later adapted the technology for arcade games. Its first hit game was Mad Dog McCree, a light gun shooter set in the American Old West. By mid-1995 they were recognized as the leading company in the medium of laserdisc-based arcade games.Almost all arcade games released by the company were light gun shooters and a number of them also had an Old West theme. Later, the company turned toward compact disc technology to release its games. Ports of its arcade titles were released for the Sega CD, CD-i and DOS computers equipped with CD-ROM drives. The company was particularly supportive of the 3DO, not only releasing versions of its games for the console, but also offering a modified version of the 3DO platform as an upgrade kit for existing arcade video game cabinets, supporting compressed video versions of their games at a lower cost. In 1995, American Laser Games released Mazer for the 3DO home market and Orbatak (3DO-powered) for the arcade - their first and only in-house non-Full motion video based games. The company also released a series of light-gun controllers, including the 3DO Game Gun and the PC Gamegun, for home computer use. The latter proved unsuccessful due to its poor accuracy. American Laser Games lasted until the mid-to-late 1990s, by which time it had begun making "games for girls" for the PC under the moniker Her Interactive, beginning with McKenzie & Co. In response to a major slump in the arcade industry, American Laser Games ended its direct manufacturing of coin-op machines in November 1995. The company eventually closed its doors and was bought out by Her Interactive, which had been spun off before ALG closing and is still making games as of September 2016. In 2000, the development and publishing rights to all of the games that were produced by American Laser Games were purchased by Digital Leisure, Inc from Her Interactive. Many of these games were then re-released for the PC and in DVD TV game format.
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The Last Bount Hunter     –American Laser Games–
 
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American Laser Games was a company based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that created numerous light gun laserdisc video games featuring live action full motion video. The company was founded in the late 1980s by Robert Grebe, who had originally created a system to train police officers under the company name ICAT and later adapted the technology for arcade games. Its first hit game was Mad Dog McCree, a light gun shooter set in the American Old West. By mid-1995 they were recognized as the leading company in the medium of laserdisc-based arcade games. Almost all arcade games released by the company were light gun shooters and a number of them also had an Old West theme. ▶Subscribe http://bit.ly/29CA0XB IMPORTANT: This channel contains only videos of the games. You can find most of these games on your console (Playstation Network, Nintendo eShop, Microsoft Live Marketplace), PC (Steam, Origin), or mobile Store (Play Store, Apple Store). Also, you can look for them on sites like ebay or game stores Don't ask me where you can download retail full version games for free that can be purchased in any form, nor post illegal torrents or download links.
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Laser Tag
 
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Nerf Gun War Kid vs Daddy! Protect the Fort! Family Fun Playtime with Ryan ToysReview
 
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Mad Dog McCree Intro Laserdisk video game
 
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Mad Dog McCree is the first live-action laserdisc video game released by American Laser Games. It originally appeared as an arcade shooting game[1] in 1990. It gained a lot of attention for its real-video style, bearing similarities to recent Hollywood westerns. It featured on the 1992 series of GamesMaster as the last challenge of the very first show, and then later in the 1992/1993 series as a celebrity challenge with Josie Lawrence playing. Both contestants were successful in their challenges. Now availible on the Wii The player assumes the first-person role of "the stranger", a nameless individual who rides into a small, peaceful, unnamed town and finds that the mayor's daughter has been kidnapped by a gang of outlaws working for a villain named Mad Dog McCree. He is given a short introduction to the aforementioned girl by on old prospector, and the possibility to go through target practice involving bottles on a fence, and some being tossed in the air and shot by the player; after this, the Prospector fills him in on the situation. The stranger is told that "Mad Dog McCree and his gang have taken over the town" and that both the mayor and his daughter are imprisoned in the gunfighter's hideout, while the sheriff has been locked up in his own jail by the gang. It is at this point that the first enemy appears and attempts to shoot the prospector; like all others, the gang member must be shot to avoid losing a life, one of three. Mad Dog McCree set the trend for most future American Laser Games releases, driving the action forward by having the player shoot villains, with few other decision-making situations. The action takes the stranger through several locations, including a saloon, where a man named One-Eyed Jack holds the keys to the prison cell holding the sheriff, a bank in the middle of a robbery, a corral and a jail. One must also find a map, hidden inside a mine, to Mad Dog's hideout, reach the hideout by correctly following road signs, free the mayor and his daughter, and confront Mad Dog in a final showdown, all the time eliminating members of the man's posse.
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CRIME PATROL [NO DEATH RUN] - Let's Play [Deutsch] - American Laser Games Special
 
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:: CRIME PATROL :: PC MS-DOS / American Laser Games (1994) Schwierigkeit: Wimpy / Blind: Nein In-Game Sprache: Englisch / HD WS: 720p In der dritten Folge unseres American Laser Games Specials schauen wir auf CRIME PATROL, in welchem wir als Cop dem organisierten Verbrechen den Gar ausmachen. Wir starten als kleiner Vorstadt-Bulle, der Einbrüche und Gang-Fights platzen lässt, und arbeiten uns daraufhin über die Undercover- und SWAT-Einheiten hoch zur Delta Force, unter dessen Leitung wir Terroranschläge, Geiselnahmen und Plutoniumschmuggel verhindern. Die hier gespielte MS-DOS Variante des ursprünglich auf Laserdisc und in den Spielhallen erschienenen FMV-Klassikers wurde im Jahr 1994 veröffentlicht. Dies ist ein No Death Run. Wer gerne ein Longplay ohne Kommentar sehen möchte, hat hier die Gelegenheit dazu: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nINZsLMtEsU
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Crime Patrol 2 : Drug Wars (1994) PC FMV game shooter trailer
 
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Originally released in the arcades by american laser games. It was later ported into 3DO, CD-i & PC. The player steps into the shoes of an anonymous Drug Enforcement Administration agent whose goal is to track down and detain or eliminate a dangerous drug baron residing in South America, thus destroying his illegal cartel. Along the way, the agent will have to render any opposition harmless by any means necessary, as is the case in most other American Laser Games releases. As in Crime Patrol, the player battles criminals and other villains in several widely varying environments. In the original game, however, the main character advances from the "Rookie" level to the "Delta Force" level, while in Drug Wars, he does not get promoted at any point, simply moving on from one location to another with few complex aims. Beginning in Sierra County, New Mexico, the agent continues to fight crime in Chicago, the United States-Mexico border and, finally, the baron's residence in South America. In each of these locations, the player can choose from three different assignments; when all three are complete, he moves on to the next location. The game is finished successfully by reaching and neutralizing the drug lord. The game have been updated , re-released again and available to play for modern day DVD & PC by Digital Leisure. www.digitalleisure.com
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Gallagher's Gallery - Laserdisc  FULL Content - American Laser Games
 
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Finally I've managed a way to rip the entire content of Gallagher's Gallery LD disc from American Laser Games Arcade machine. This is a rare content and not many people have seen this in this way before. Have fun!
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"Gallagher's Gallery" clip 2
 
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Thanks to American Laser Games, there's one thing that Gallagher II can never take away from Gallagher I: This awful shooter game.
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American Laser Games Intro
 
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Available at emumovies.com for use in front ends such as gameex and hyperspin
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Realistic Toy Gun Airsoft - Ball Bullet Shooter Toy Pistol - Pellet Spring Weapon Toys
 
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Powerful 1:1 scale realistic toy gun set for adults. Ball shooter toy pistol with red laser equipment. Weapon Toys Playlist: https://goo.gl/Kbj2XW Please - Like Comment and Subscribe to our channel for more VIDEOS! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Ok4NY-AMZqZjuiR7dp4gg
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American Laser Games - Crime Patrol 2: Drug Wars [Gameplay ITA]
 
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AWANAGANA amici e amiche, oggi vi riporterò nel magico mondo dei laser games anni '90 che hanno avuto successo nelle sale videogiochi di tutto il mondo. Mettetevi comodi e godetevi Crime Patrol 2. Buona visione e stay tuned! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LordChicco Google+: https://plus.google.com/+LordchiccoHouseOfLord/posts
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SPACE PIRATES!
 
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this is one of those bad games where you have to know where things are. the game is terrible but alot of fun to play once you get the hang of it. Just prepare to laugh at this bad game. American laser games created it. i actually play the game still i can't manage to beat it
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Star Wars but every time someone shoots a laser it speeds up
 
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Star Wars is an American epic space opera franchise, centered on a film series created by George Lucas. It depicts the adventures of various characters "a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away". The franchise began in 1977 with the release of the film Star Wars (subtitled Episode IV: A New Hope in 1981[2][3]), which became a worldwide pop culture phenomenon. It was followed by the similarly successful sequels The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983); these three films constitute the original Star Wars trilogy (Episodes IV–VI). A prequel trilogy (Episodes I–III) was later released between 1999 and 2005, which received a more mixed reaction from critics and fans in comparison to the original trilogy. More recently, a sequel trilogy (Episodes VII–IX) began with the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015). All seven films were nominated for or won Academy Awards, and were commercial successes, with a combined box office revenue of $6.46 billion,[4] making Star Wars the fourth highest-grossing film series.[5] Additional theatrical films outside of the main saga include the animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008) and a series of anthology films, which began with the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016). The series has spawned an extensive media franchise—the Star Wars expanded universe—including books, television series, computer and video games, and comic books, resulting in significant development of the series's fictional universe. Star Wars also holds a Guinness World Records title for the "Most successful film merchandising franchise." In 2015, the total value of the Star Wars franchise was estimated at USD $41.9 billion, including box-office receipts as well as profits from their video games and DVD sales.[6] In 2012, The Walt Disney Company acquired Lucasfilm for $4.06 billion and earned the distribution rights to all subsequent Star Wars films, beginning with the release of The Force Awakens in 2015.[7] The former distributor, 20th Century Fox, retains the physical distribution rights to the first two Star Wars trilogies, owning permanent rights for the original 1977 film and holding the rights to Episodes I–III, V and VI until May 2020.[8][9] Walt Disney Studios owns digital distribution rights to all the Star Wars films, excluding A New Hope.[9][10] -Wikipedia Just thought you should know what you're dealing with here.
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Mad Dog II : The Lost Gold (1994) PC FMV game shooter trailer
 
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Originally released in the arcades in 1992 by American Laser games. It was then ported into the CD-I , Sega CD . 3DO & PC. Mad Dog II is a rail shooter. The player is guided along a path once chosen and his or her role is to shoot the villains before they manage to hit the player character. A special cursor is used to specify the location the player is aiming at. There is also a limited number of bullets in the chamber; however, reloading can be done an infinite number of times. The game have been updated , re-released again and available to play for modern day DVD & PC by Digital Leisure. www.digitalleisure.com
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