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F > FAIRCHILD > Channel F  > Software list > Software detail

Channel F

Dodge It  

"You are positioned at the center of the playfield. The dodging balls are randomly hurled at you from the boundary walls...never knowing which way they'll be tossed next, you must always be ready to Dodge-It.

When the first ball is ejected onto the playfield, the counter starts counting. First one ball, then two balls, then another and another are aimed at you. If you're lucky enough not to get hit, 9 balls can be bouncing at the target--You!

When the counter reaches a multiple of 1000 all 9 balls re-group at center playfield only to EXPLODE outward in one colossal blast to get you! If you live through it--you're on your way to a possible score of 9999! (The system can repeat itself to the 9999 score).

To keep you alert and quick on your feet, the computer randomly generates a different game from the last, varying the playfield size, ball size, ball speed, player size and player speed. Over 200 variations are randomly picked for you to play."

Dodge It is surely one of the best games for the Channel F. You can play 1-player games or have two players having fun simultaneously. Great.


1 player with 2 balls

1 players with 3 balls

1 player with 5 balls

oops, I've been hit

2-player game with 1 ball

2-player game with 2 balls

 Fredric Blĺholtz Channel F page - Scans, docs, screenshots and more!

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Source : Fairchild System Gallery

year of release 1978
companies Fairchild
type game
media cartridge
systems Fairchild Channel F
number of players 1 - 2 players (versus)
staff unknown

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