Following RetroMan’s pictures contribution to “The World of CD-i”, here is something really special!
A cards collection from American Laser Games, those cards are from “Fast Draw Showdown” cabinet. Mad Dog McCree™ appears as the most dangerous outlaw.
Tom Anthony from our Facebook Support Group shared with us the following flyer, you can clearly see the cards set.
Who never dreamed to play on an arcade cabinet like this one…?
The cabinet could include a Ticket Dispenser or a Trading Card Dispenser for the American Laser Games Trading Cards.
The cards are thicker than a Panini sticker but thinner than a playing card.
A complet full set of 100 cards, all uniques, only with personages appearing in “Fast Draw Showdown”.
Each personage have his own description i.e. what he likes or hates, skills and classified under 3 categories: Deputy, Sheriff and Marshall.
3 Categories just like the same number of game options.
This cards collection wasn’t for sale as you car clearly see “For Promotional Use Only” on each back side of the cards.
This collection is under the name of “Gunfighter Series”.
Take a closer look of Mad Dog McCree’s card, the number 99…
At the back side you can see a difference between the CD-i game name and the cards collection…
On the CD-i game, you will find a ™ (trademark) at the end of the name. But at the end of the same name on this specific card, you will find a ® (registred).
More to come…