Carnival

Coleco & CBS ElectronicsRelease year : 1982
Manufacturer : Coleco/CBS
Developer : Coleco
Type : Shoot
Coleco # 2445 - CBS # 4L2008
16 K ROM

 

Carnival title screen
Carnival screenshot

 

SCANS OF THE CBS1 MODEL





Front (D)
Ref 7430-2D
Back (D)
Ref 7430-2D
Cart (Fr)
Ref 4L2008
Manual (Fr)
2L1990

Package ©1983 CBS Toys, a division of CBS Inc.
Printed in Holland.

SCANS OF THE CBS3 MODEL




Front
Ref 7430-2R1
Back
Ref 7430-2R1
Cart
Ref 4L2005
Manual
Ref 2L2087

SCANS OF THE COLECO1 MODEL R1





Front (U)
Ref 2445
Back (U) Cart (U) Manual (U)
Ref 78090

Front scan from VideoGameObsession.com

OTHER MODELS

No CBS2 No CBS4 No Coleco2

REPRODUCTION

Cartridge Sleeve-Carnival
Box
By Phil Boland
Cartridge Sleeve
 
UGC by Troy Schaben  

GAME DESCRIPTION

Hurry! Hurry! Step right up and pCarnival arcade cabinetrove your skill at hitting targets in this challenging carnival shooting gallery. Authentic carnival music and gallery sounds set the mood as you build up your score with good aim and a careful choice of targets. But watch out for the bullet-eating ducks! Once you clear the gallery, you get a chance at hitting a special bear target for extra points.

CarnivalPort of Sega’s arcade game released during June 1980.

OPINION

In this near-perfect port of the arcade game, the player moves a rifle at the bottom of the screen to shoot at owls, ducks, rabbits, letters (to write the word BONUS) and pipes on a turnstile. There are also boxes of bullets to get more shots. Between each level, you have to shoot at a bear which changes direction when hit and goes faster.

You have to use wisely your ammunition in order to improve your score. This is a great shooter game.

Note : 4/5

MISCELLANEOUS

US catalogue European catalogue

GAME TRIVIA

Carnival has the distinction of being the first video game with a bonus round.