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Encyclopedia > Batman (arcade game)
Batman

Screenshot of Batman
Developer(s) Numega
Publisher(s) Atari Games
Release date(s) 1991 (Arcade)
Genre(s) Fighting game / Run and gun
Mode(s) Single player
Platform(s) Arcade Game
Input 8-way Joystick, 2 Buttons
Arcade cabinet Horizontal
Arcade system(s) Namco System 22 hardware
Arcade CPU(s) 68000, M6502
Arcade sound system(s) YM2151, OKI6295
Arcade display Raster, 336 x 240 pixels, 2048 colors

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