CLOAK AND DAGGER WITH ALL NEW PARTS- HEAVY DUTY, COIN OPERATED, COMMERCIAL GRADE WITH FREE PLAY OPTION
This Arcade comes with 6 month parts warranty and life time tech supports, with this game you never have to be worry about service, all parts are available, all you have to do call us and one of our techs would walk you through simple repair, it is all do it yourself in case you ever have any technical issue with the game. It comes with all new parts and wiring.
- Weight without packaging 250 Lb.
- Weight with the pallet and packaging 350 Lb.
- This game is 25" Wide 31" Deep 69" Tall without packaging.
- This game on the pallet is 72" tall by 38" wide by 48" deep with packaging.
Cloak & Dagger is an arcade video game released by Atari, Inc. in March 1984 as a tie-in to the 1984 film Cloak & Dagger. The game saw limited arcade release as a conversion kit for Robotron: 2084 cabinets. The game was created by Russel Dawe. The game was under development using the title Agent X when the movie producers and Atari learned of each other's projects and decided to cooperate. When Atari was consulted to provide a game as an element of the movie, they tweaked Agent X and renamed it Cloak & Dagger. Dabney Coleman's character was named "Jack Flack" in the movie in lieu of "Agent X". The film shows an Atari 5200 version of the game, but the cartridge props are actually other 5200 games with a Cloak & Dagger label stuck on them and the screenshots are of the arcade version.