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Spy Hunter is a 1983 classic game developed by Bally Midway. The Spy Hunter game has also been ported to various home computers and video game systems. As a cabinet style arcade game, Spy Hunter was produced in both sit-down and standard upright versions with the latter being more common. The Spy Hunter arcade controls consist of a steering wheel in the form of a futuristic aircraft-style yoke with several special-purpose buttons, a two-position stick shift (offering 'low' and 'high' gears), and a pedal used for acceleration. It is a single-player game. One of the great things with this classic online Spy Hunter game is the awesome music.
Are you a little Spy or do you just love to play free online games. If you are in the same mood as us today (i.e. want to play an online car action game), then you probably want to play a free Spy Hunter web game. Am I right? ;)
Spy Hunter is an vertical scrolling action driving game with the gamer in the role of a spy driving an armed sportscar. The object of this classic game is to travel the freeway destroying as many enemy vehicles as possible while protecting civilian vehicles. The Spy Hunter web game uses top-down perspective. The online game begins with the player driving the fictitious G-6155 Interceptor. Various enemy vehicles try to destroy the player's car or to force it off the road, including a helicopter that drops bombs that can also leaves holes in the road. A counter increments the score while the car is moving. Additional points are earned destroying enemy vehicles using weapons or by forcing them off the road. After an initial lead-in time during which the gamer has an unlimited supply of cars, the player must earn extra cars by obtaining high scores. Destroying non-enemy cars halts the score counter for a short while and hard collisions with cars can also destroy the Spy Hunter vehicle. Following periodic forks in the road, gamers can enter a new 'territory' with different terrain and/or weather conditions. They can also upgrade the Spy Hunter car's standard machine guns by adding other weapons by enterting the Weapons Van, which appears in each new territory and can be periodically summoned by pressing the blinking "Weapons Van" button. Three special weapons are available: oil slicks, smoke screens, and surface-to-air missiles. Each has limited ammo and are lost if the Spy Hunter car is destroyed. The classic Spy Hunter game's dashboard shows which weapons are available, when lit. It is possible to convert the car into a cigarette boat for brief periods by driving through a special boathouse which appears infrequently at the side of the road after which the player is attacked by two different enemy boats.
Early versions of the classic Spy Hunter game used the James Bond theme by Monty Norman, but the inability to obtain the rights to play this music forced Midway to change the theme. As a result, an electronic arrangement of Henry Mancini's theme to Peter Gunn plays throughout the web game.