Gotcha

Gotcha  (Arcade)   1973

 

Emulation: only simulation (Dice simulator)

 

First color game (it was limited-run color version of the game that used real color (rather than the colored cellophane overlays used to mimic color in other games), first video game to cause a considerable amount of controversy - "Nipples control" (sexual controversy)

 

Arcade system: unique (TTL chips)

Gotcha arcade
ORIGINAL POSTER +Screenshot of the color version (breasts controls)

Gameplay video

Gotcha  arcade
Magazine review - Videogames (1982)

Trivia:

1) Controversial due to the controls being perceived as pink rubber bulges that were meant to represent breasts and were squeezed in order to control the action.

2) Released  - October 1973.

3) First home color video games is games for Fairchild Channel F console from  1976, and Altair 8800 games in  in 1976, also Breakout demo (first Apple 2 game) from 1977.

4) Second color game was released in october 1973 in arcades - "Wimbledon" (color Pong clone). Picture below.

Wimbledon (1973) - second color game ever

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