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    Gee Bee

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released October 1978

    Namco's first video game, Gee Bee is a hybrid of mechanics taken from electromechanical pinball games and Atari's Breakout. It is also the first work of Toru Iwatani, who would later create Pac-Man.

    Arcade releases

    Release name Gee Bee
    Platform Arcade
    Region
    Developer Namco
    Publisher Namco
    Release date October 1978
    Product code None
    Company code None
    Rating
    Minimum Players 1
    Maximum Players N/A
    Resolutions N/A
    Sound Systems N/A
    Singleplayer Features N/A
    Multiplayer Features Local competitive
    Widescreen Support No
    Notes N/A

    Gee Bee

    Release name Gee Bee
    Platform Arcade
    Region United Kingdom
    Developer
    Publisher Gremlin Interactive Ltd.
    Release date
    Product code None
    Company code None
    Rating
    Minimum Players 1
    Maximum Players 2
    Resolutions N/A
    Sound Systems N/A
    Singleplayer Features N/A
    Multiplayer Features N/A
    Widescreen Support No
    Notes N/A

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