Spy hunter

Spy Hunter is a 1983 arcade game developed and released by Bally Midway. The game draws inspiration from the James Bond films and was originally supposed to carry the James Bond license. The object of the game is to drive down roads in the technologically advanced "Interceptor" car and destroy various enemy vehicles. The game was ported to NES in 1987.

Original description:

The Arcade Smash of the 80's Comes Home!

It's one of the longest running hits in video game history, and it's picking up right where it left you at the arcade. There's terror at every turn— tire slashers, smokescreens, oil slicks, torpedos, bomb-dropping helicopters — standing in your way of the most diabolical collection of enemy agents ever to hit a video screen.
Check out the graphics. Those explosive sound effects. And the most incredibly manic action you've ever seen. Try to tell yourself they're not really shooting to kill ... that the hope of the entire Free World isn't riding on your every move ... that it's all just a game. Then we've got you. Right where we want you.


Enter - start;    Space - change current special weapon;
Arrows - drive;    Z - shoot special weapons;    X - shoot bullets;

You can change keyboard settings, save (F5) and load (F8) the game.
Put your mouse over the game and choose your settings, you can also play the game in fullscreen.