was best known for it's Electric Football Game but they
variey of vibrating electric games including Baseball,
Auto Racing and Horse Racing. They also produced a table
There were a number of different versions of the Tudor Electric Baseball game created during it's production run. The early Tru-Action games had the pitcher hurl a magnetic "ball" at a metal representation of a batter and backstop. The batter would then try hit the backstop from behind with a spring-loaded bat causing the ball to fly off into the field. The more recent baseball game replaced this mechanism with a more traditional mounted swinging bat.
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