Goal to Go was a laserdisc game created by Stern in 1983.  Playing the offense of a football team, you must control your quarterback, receivers, and running backs to get first downs and score touchdowns.  After you chose one of the on-screen pre-designed plays, you would watch the play develop and have to interact using the joystick, hands, and feet buttons at the proper moments of the play.  The game ends if you do not continue to make first downs.

   

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Audio & Video files - Samples of the laserdisc content.
Cabinet Images - Pictures of the arcade game.
Flyer Images - Promotional material provided to game operators.
Tech Center - Information on the technical aspects of the game.

Goal to Go was the first video arcade machine to have a dollar bill acceptor.

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