Feast your eyes on this Defender Strikes tabletop electronic game because its majorly rare and not often seen in this condition. The game is unbranded and released by an unknown company (from Hong Kong) and while the game plays like a Galaxian clone its hardware design is reminiscent of 1970s computer terminals. Possibly one the most beautiful vintage tabletop game cases with the deep blue and black trim, a cheesy magnified space background, and great illustrations on the control panel. The joystick is metal and of high quality like the Entex tabletops. Screen is bright and sounds loud, controls are crisp except sometimes you need to repeat the on/off switch to strike the contact. There is loose chunk of plastic inside (sounds smaller than a match head), but the game doesn't appear to be easy to open from bottom - no screws? We have never dared to open it!
This Defender Strikes is new old stock condition and complete with instructions, 2 styrofoam inserts, a near mint box and even the original plastic baggie (there is an additional bag added so that the original thin plastic bag doesn't get worn). More than 20 years of collecting and have only seen a couple of these pop up in this condition. Box is shiny and clean no smells or moisture damage, just has very minor wear on the corners and surfaces. BTW the art is the same on both sides.
The game is vintage and of unknown manufacture, with fragile thin plastic, so it is being sold as a rare electronic collectible. We do guarantee your satisfaction that it works and with condition as described, but keep in mind its old and cheaply made - a miracle to find them unused because this is not a rugged game to be played hours every day. Item will be packaged *very* carefully with many layers of protection in a big, insured, signature-required package.