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  • 1-2 Players (Sim)
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  • Rarity: 3.25 - Uncommon
  • Auction Value:$4.00
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  • M*A*S*H for the Atari 2600 by Fox Video Games

    1983 Fox Video Games 11011

    In this game inspired by the hit TV show about Korean War doctors, your mission is to pilot a helicopter around and pick up more wounded soldiers or parachuting medics than your opponent. You can cary up to five men before you have to fly back to the base. If you are shot down, an ambulance will come to rescue you, but you will lose precious time. Between each mission, you must pull pieces of shrapnel out of a wounded soldier with your extractor. This bonus round is much like the game "Operation" - you must navigate the shrapnel out of the patient's wounds without actually allowing the shrapnel to touch the patient.

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    Also released as:
    MASH for the Atari 2600 by CCE M*A*S*H for the Atari 2600 by Wide Vision
    M*A*S*H for the TI-99/4A by Texas Instruments
     
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