720° Player Count and Stats (2024)

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Game Description

720° is a classic arcade video game released in 1986 by Atari Games. It was a skateboarding game that allowed players to control a skateboarder and perform various tricks and stunts in a skate park. The game was named after the 720-degree spin trick that could be performed in the game.

The game was notable for its innovative design, which allowed players to move in any direction and featured a rotating track that allowed players to skate in a full circle. It also featured a timer that counted down, forcing players to complete their objectives quickly.

720° was a popular game in its time and has been ported to several home consoles, including the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and the Commodore 64. It is considered a classic of the skateboarding video game genre and is remembered fondly by many gamers.

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