Point Blank, known as Gun Bullet (ガンバレット, Gan Baretto), or Gunvari (ガンバリ, Ganbari) in Japan, is a series of light gun shooter games developed by Namco for the arcade, PlayStation and Nintendo DS; the trilogy was first released in arcade in 1994 and was later ported onto the PlayStation. Point Blank DS was released in 2006 for the Nintendo DS featuring 40 challenges from the original series – and the original Point Blank was the seventh lightgun game released by Namco, after Shoot Away, both Golly! Ghost! and Steel Gunner (1990–91) and Lucky & Wild (1993), the last one requiring the first player to drive as well as operate the lightgun.
There are six different types of stages in the game: Accuracy, where both players must shoot the designated areas with the highest points, Intelligence, where they must count to sixteen, Memory, where they must match two cards by shooting two matching cards, Simulation, where they are required to shoot the cardboard robbers but not civilians, Visual Acuity, where they are required to shoot the target which matches what is displayed, and Speed, where they are required to shoot targets of their designated colours.
The cab itself has some of the most impressive artwork seen on an Arcade Game, very distinctive and reflects the game itself.
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