Battle Of The Video Games!!

 

 

Hey Arcaders!

It’s Friday Night!

Are you tired of reality television? Or another murder mystery?

Then, let’s watch our favorite 80’s television stars compete in-

The Battle of the Video Games!

This jem was televised in 1983- Happy Days Anson Williams and Jane Kennedy Hosed this amazing piece of arcade (and 80’s) history at Magic Mountain! They even tour the Bally/Midway plant!

Let’s take a look at who’s competing!

Yellow Team Gray Team Red Team Blue Team
Scott Baio
Heather Locklear
Denise Miller
Lou Ferrigno
Michael Young
Jenilee Harrison
Mindy Cohn
Todd Bridges
Deney Terio
Phillip McKeon
Jackie Zeman
Lynn Redgrave

Gameplay

The match was played with four video arcade games. In each round, one celebrity from each team selected by a random draw, played the round’s game. The goal is to score as many points from that game as they can. They can play for as many lives as they’re allowed on that game. Once a player runs out of lives, s/he’s out of the round. Once all four players were out or when the last remaining player achieves enough to win the round or already has enough, the player with the most video game points wins the round.

In the first three rounds, the teams scored points based on how they finished and here’s how they scored:

  • 1st Place – 10 points
  • 2nd Place – 5 points
  • 3rd Place – 3 points
  • 4th Place – 1 point

The two highest scoring teams went on the play the fourth and final round for the championship.

Games-

Here are the games featured in this tournament:

  • Round 1 – Ms. Pac-Man
  • Round 2 – Burger Time
  • Round 3 – Frogger
  • Round 4 – Pac-Man

Payoffs-

Here are the payoffs for the teams based how they finished in the tournament:

  • 1st Prize – $5,000
  • 2nd Prize – $2,500
  • 3rd Prize – $1,500
  • 4th Prize – $1,000

Grand Total: $10,000

In addition to winning money for their charities, winners of the first three rounds also won their own video arcade game!

 

Enjoy!

And-

Keep Playin’ Like It’s 1981!

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