Shooting Gallery shipped with four games that utilized the light gun accessory, stored on two cartridges (#9 and #10). Like other games for the Odyssey console, they were colorized by placing a translucent plastic screen overlay on the TV.
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When released, a false rumor circulated that Shooting Gallery would only work on Magnavox-made TV set, hurting sales. There was also a "bug" in the light gun system. The rifle would only detect light itself and no particular target, meaning that the player could shoot at any light source, such as a light bulb, and the gun would register it as a hit on a target onscreen.
Coupled with a $25 price tag, Shooting Gallery experienced very limited commercial success, selling only around 20,000 units.