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Amusement vehicle game

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #4991835.

An amusement game using self-propelled bumper cars adapted for colliding engagement with one another. The bumper cars are provided with resilient bumpers having attack sections and target sections. A scoring arrangement is provided to tally and display a score for each car with the score being increased for contact with its attack bumper and decreased for contact with its target bumper. The scores are displayed on the cars as well as on a stationary display at the track. Excitement inducing effects such as flashing lights, sound alarms and the like are provided both on the cars and at the track and may be actuated under control of the scoring system.

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