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Tri-Sports
Box artwork for Tri-Sports.
Developer(s)Midway Games
Publisher(s)Midway Games
Release date(s)
Genre(s)Compilation/Sports
System(s)Arcade
Players1-4
Mode(s)Single player, Multiplayer
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Tri-Sports is a compilation arcade game that was released by Bally Midway in 1989; it runs upon the company's MCR-68 hardware, but with the added Yamaha YM-2151 and HC-55516. The game's trackball controller functions differently for each of the three titles. It contains three games:

  1. Power Strike: this is similar to Midway's own 4 Player Bowling Alley and features regulation, flash and triple strike modes.
  2. Pool Shark: not to be confused with Atari's old Poolshark, it features straight pool, rotation, and nine-ball modes.
  3. Mini Golf Deluxe: this is a sequel to the 1985 game Mini Golf).

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