In this video, we take a look at what might be the scariest arcade game of the ’80s. Sinistar developed and manufactured by Williams Electronics is a multidirectional arcade shooter.
Sinistar was the first game to use stereo sound (in the sit-down version), with two independent front and back soundboards for this purpose. It was also used a 49-way optical joystick that Williams produced specifically for this game.
The voice of Sinistar was recorded by radio personality John Doremus and played through an HC-55516 CVSD decoder.
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