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Cliff Hanger 1983 Arcade Game (Final Level 7 THE END! :))

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Uploaded on Sep 28, 2010

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This Is The Final Level 7 THE END Hope Ya Enjoyed Them All!
Cliff Hanger was a laserdisc video game released by Stern Electronics in 1983. It used animation from the anime series Lupin
III, mostly from The Castle of Cagliostro and a couple of scenes from Mystery of Mamo. Like many laserdisc games, it's a
reactive type game which required the player to press a button or move the joystick in a particular direction when prompted by
the game to progress the storyline.
The game's plot does not come from either of the films, and instead involves "Cliff" (who is based on Arsène Lupin III)
rescuing Clarissa (Lady Clarisse d'Cagliostro, the bride from Castle of Cagliostro) from the evil Count Draco (in some
materials called "Dreyco", and in the instruction manual "Dragoe"), who wants to marry her.
The original version of Cliff Hanger had an animated sequence of Cliff being hanged at the gallows immediately following the
"miss" animation sequence. The sequence was taken from the opening sequence of Mystery of Mamo (where Lupin was supposedly
hanged in Transylvania), plus a later scene in the same film. According to the instruction manual, a setting on the game
cabinet's logic board would allow the individual owners/operators the option of not playing the sequence if they so chose.
Cliff Hanger remains a highly sought-after cabinet by collectors to this day. Because it was released as the novelty of
laserdisc games waned, many cabinets were destroyed or converted over time.

I DO NOT own the rights to this game no copyright infringement intended for entertainment purposes only!

Sorry about the quality It's not the greatest.
Hope you enjoy this as much as i did wish i could get an original arcade machine and play it once again like i did back in my
local arcade thanks for watching!!

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