Front Line

Coleco & CBS ElectronicsRelease year : 1983
Manufacturer : Coleco/CBS
Developer : Nuvatec, Inc.
Type : Shoot
Coleco # 2650 - CBS # 4L4314
24 K ROM

 

Front Line title screen
Front Line screenshot

 

SCANS OF THE CBS2 MODEL





Front
Ref 74-288C
Back
Ref 74-288C
Cart
Ref 4L4314
Manual
Ref 2L2354

Front Line™ is a trademark of the Taito America Corp. ©1982
Program and Audiovisual ©1983 Coleco Industries Inc.
Package ©1983 CBS Toys, a Division of CBS Inc.
Made in England by CBS Electronics, Woodley, Berks. Printed in Holland.
ICC 265001
Barcode : 5 010779 74288 4

SCANS OF THE US MODEL R3


 

Box
Ref 2650
  Cart Manual
Ref 14323
       




Front
Ref 2650
Scanned by NIAD.
   

Front Line™ is a trademark of the Taito America Corp. ©1982
Packaged in U.S.A. Printed in U.S.A.
Package, Program and Audiovisual ©1983 Coleco Industries, Inc., Amsterdam, New York 12010.
Barcode : 0 76930 20631

SCANS OF THE CANADIAN MODEL






Front (Ca) Back (Ca) Front (Ca)
by Luc Miron
 

Scanned by Kendal Mertens.

Front Line™ is a trademark of the Taito America Corp. ©1983
Package, Program & Audiovisual ©1983 Coleco (Canada)
Imported by Coleco (canada), 4000 St-Ambroise, Montréal, Québec, Canada H4C 2C8
Printed in Canada
Barcode : 0 76930 02650

OVERLAY


 
 
CBS   Coleco  

OTHER MODELS

No CBS1 No CBS3 No CBS4 No Coleco2

REPRODUCTION

Label Made By: Phil Boland

GAME DESCRIPTION

Front Line arcade cabinetMarch into action against the enemy in Coleco's FRONT LINE, a game of battle. Your mission? Invade enemy territory and knock out their fortress. To do it, you'll have to fight your way across constantly changing terrain. By vehicle or on foot, you'll charge through dense underbrush, over burning desert Front Linesands, and across treacherous river bridges. If you succeed in demolishing the enemy fort, your reward will be a new battle against an even more experienced army!

Port of Taito's arcade game released in November 1982.

Super Action Controllers only

MISCELLANEOUS

GAME TRIVIA

The original arcade version consists of a joystick, a single button (other than the "player one" and "player two" start buttons), and a rotary dial that can be pushed in like a button, which fires the weapon. The single button is used to throw grenades, and to enter and exit the tank.