Arena (Atari ST, 3 1/2" Disk) Psygnosis - 1986 USA, Canada Release

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Packaging cover Arena.
Product ID PSYGN0003
Platform(s) Atari ST
Packaging Retail Box
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1986
Publisher(s) Psygnosis
Category(s) Entertainment, Sports
Country of Origin United Kingdom

Description from the packaging.

Product Profile:

Arena: The classic sports simulation. Humour, competition and multi-player rivalry, enhance what can only be described as graphics of unsurpassed realism. Become an athlete, compete with your friends, only the most skilled will ultimately win. There are six fiercely competitive events: the 100 metres, pole vault, high jump, long jump, shot put and javelin. Points are awarded as in a decathlon event. The images portrayed on the cover of the package are true screen images taken from a standard monitor. No other product has ever managed to capture the power of the 68000 to achieve this quality of real time animation.

Technical Specification:
Minimum memory requirement: 512K
Number of players (in rota): Up to 4
Number of events: 6
Average screen speed of character: 64 pixels/second
Screen image scale: 1 pixel=1"
Average size of character in pixels (w x h): 56 x 80
Average size of character in screen inches (w x h): 3.5 x 3
Product source code and source data size: 5140K
Graphics binary data module size: 259K
Executable code module size: 67K
Sundry data module size: 120K
Packaging front cover scale:
Average duration of play for 4 players completing all events: 2.4 hours
Programming effort: 1,890 Man hours
Colours per screen: 16 for Atari ST
Colour screen size in pixels (w x h): 320 x 200

System Requirements

Atari ST
Required RAM 512K
Supported Video Color

Box Scans

Retail Box cover Arena. Retail Box back Arena.



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