Point Blank Arcade Machine For Hire & For Sale
Namco’s two-player shooting game Point Blank, released in 1994 under the title Gun Bullet in Japan, is a light gun arcade game that features a variety of missions and levels catering to all ages with mascots Dr Dan and Dr Don making an appearance throughout the stages.
Point Blank’s levels will test your hand-eye co-ordination, accuracy, speed and judgement as you shoot a variety of targets on-screen from parachuting targets to cuckoos in a farmhouse, carefully avoiding firing at the bombs placed alongside to trick and distract the player.
The game is split into a 4 stage Training Stage, Beginner 16 stage and Expert 16 Stage with each player starting with a number of lives. 4 stages are then picked at random before the player can choose in which order they’d prefer to play them. From shooting cardboard criminals and avoiding harming their hostages in a hotel hallway to firing at a solitary falling leaf, the game has levels that will excite and challenge players, urging them to beat the clock and score as highly as possible. After each stage is complete, a breakdown of accuracy and speed is presented along with your score and the current high score.
Arcade Direct are pleased to offer the Point Blank Arcade Machine for hire, suitable for family parties, venues and events. Contact us today for our best prices on hire of this superb retro shooting arcade machine.
Point Blank is also for sale through our website.
|Dimensions||35 × 31 × 82 cm|
- Power: All machines require a standard 13amp socket. The machines should ideally be placed on separate sockets and not multi-plug extension cables.
- Warranty: All machines purchased from Arcade Direct will be covered by the following warranty unless otherwise stated:
- New machines purchased for domestic use – 12 months back to base parts and labour.
- Refurbished machines purchased for domestic use – 3 months back to base parts and labour.
- New machines purchased for commercial use – 6 months back to base parts and labour.
- Refurbished machines purchased for commercial use – 3 months back to base parts and labour.