Battle Dome was a syndicated American television series that aired from September 1999 to April 2001. It combined elements of American Gladiators – inspired athletic competition with scripted antics more reminiscent of professional wrestling. Recurring character-athletes known as "Warriors" competed against weekly contestants in a variety of physically demanding (and sometimes dangerous) events. The series was filmed at the Los Angeles Sports Arena and produced by Columbia TriStar Television.
Type: Game Show
Runtime: 60 minutes
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The Battle Dome (バトルドーム, Batoru Dōmu) was a pinball board game from the American company Anjar. It was released from Tsukuda Original in Japan, in which the company was took over by Pal Box and Megahouse. In 29 July 2010, Megahouse renewed the toy as Action Battle Dome.
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The yellow balls are worth one point and the black (blue when the body color is blue) balls worth five, and the player with the lowest score wins. In Action Battle Dome, yellow balls are worth one point and red balls worth three.
The game consists as a pinball game from two to four players. The game starts when the player puts the balls in the upper part, the balls are dropped at regular intervals by the mainspring. The aim is to not have the balls in the player's goal. The game ends when all the balls entered all goals. In Action Battle Dome, the balls stay in the mechanism called the stocker, in which the ball is not counted.
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