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M.A.C.H. 3
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A laserdisc video game created by Gottlieb and released in the U.S. in 1983 under their Mylstar brand. The title refers both to the speed of sound and is an acronym for "Military Air Command Hunter". It was released in Japan by Taito. The player controls a high-speed fighter aircraft in one of two missions: either a "Fighter Raid" seen flying forward at low altitude, or the "Bombing Run" seen in a top-down mode. In both cases, video backgrounds on the laserdisc were overlaid by computer graphics generated by additional hardware in the machine.

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High Scores
307,400
Peter Gorz
06/30/19
Points - Bomber
Performed at Galloping Ghost Arcade
327,000
Dan Brackett
03/28/22
Points - Fighter
Performed at Galloping Ghost Arcade


Locations Where You Can Play M.A.C.H. 3
Name City State  
# Name Type Location Public? Links
1. Barcade Jersey City Bar Jersey City, NJ Yes Link
2. Cidercade @ Arlington Bar Arlington, TX Yes Link
3. Cidercade @ Houston Bar Houston, TX Yes Link
4. Funspot - also includes ACAM Family Center Laconia, NH Yes Link
5. Galloping Ghost Arcade Arcade Brookfield, IL Yes Link
6. Klassic Arcade 3.0 Arcade Paw Paw, MI Yes Link
7. Pinball PA Arcade Aliquippa, PA Yes Link
8. Pinball Parlour, The Arcade Earlington, PA Yes Link
9. Pinball Wizard Arcade (closed) Arcade Pelham, NH Yes Link
There Are 9 Locations Listed
Recent Scores
43,050
Claudio Copello
6/22/2024
384,490
Claudio Copello
6/22/2024
191,030
Jeff Stellman
6/22/2024
685,520
Steven Lucas
6/22/2024
34,400
Andrew Iwaszko
6/17/2024