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Moon Patrol

Moon Patrol (A2600) game cover art
Platform: Atari 2600
Genre: Scrolling Shooter (Horizontal)
Developer: Atari

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Reader Reviews

Moon Patrol review

Reviewed October 31, 2003

retro says: "There are some things that I'm automatically drawn to simply by their name and look. When I first read the title of a book called ''The Ultimate History of Video Games'' and saw its cover, it shot straight to the top of my must-get list right away. Growing up, I always wanted to be a meteorologist, until I found out how much physics, calculus, and chemistry that I'd have to take. Anything that had to do with weather, especially tornadoes, was always a major turn on for me. "
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