Action Max (Worlds of Wonder, 1987)This eccentric oddity from the '80s used a light gun as a controller and stored games on VHS tapes (the system required a separate VCR to work). The 'games' consisted of real-life video footage of moving targets such as cowboys and fighter jets. The system came with a rudimentary sensor that would detect the player's timing and accuracy when they pulled the trigger at specific moments in the video. Only a handful of games were ever released.
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