Time Pilot

Coleco & CBS ElectronicsRelease year : 1983
Manufacturer :Coleco/CBS
Developer : Nuvatec, Inc.
Type : Shoot
Coleco # 2633 - CBS # 4L4035
16 K ROM

 

Time Pilot title screen
Time Pilot screenshot

 

SCANS OF THE CBS1 MODEL





Front (Uk)
Ref 74-289A
Back (Uk)
Ref 74-289A
Cart (Uk)
Ref 4L4035
Manual (Uk)
Ref 2L2261

 





Front (Fr)
Ref 74-289F
Back (Fr)
Ref 74-289F
Cart (Fr)
Ref 4L4037
Manual (Fr)
Ref 2L2263

 

SCANS OF THE CBS3 MODEL





Front
Ref 7428-9R1
Back
Ref 7428-9R1
Cart
Ref 4L4038
Manual
Ref 2L2264


   
Front
Ref 7428-9R1
Back
Ref 7428-9R1
   

SCANS OF THE COLECO1 MODEL R2





Front (U) Back (U) Cart (U) Manual (U)
Ref 11260

Front scan from VideoGameObsession.com
Back scan by Chuckwalla

OTHER MODELS

No CBS2No CBS4 No Coleco2

REPRODUCTION


Label Made By: Phil Boland.

GAME DESCRIPTION

Time Pilot arcade cabinetYou’re caught in a time warp! Earn your wings against ruthless enemy aircraft from the dawn of aviation to the superjet age. Time Pilot takes you through the decades as you face enemies from four different time periods (1910 to 1985).

Time PilotPort of Konami’s arcade game released in November 1982

MISCELLANEOUS

CBS catalogue 1984

GAME TRIVIA

According to his account, Yoshiki Okamoto's proposal for Time Pilot was initially rejected by his boss at Konami, who assigned Okamoto to work on a driving game instead. Okamoto secretly gave instructions to his programmer to work on his idea, while pretending to be working on a driving game in front of his boss. When Time Pilot was a success, Okamoto's boss claimed credit for Okamoto's idea. The free-roaming style of gameplay used in Time Pilot was influenced by Namco's Bosconian.