Sega prospered heavily from the arcade gaming boom of the late 1970s, with revenues climbing to over the industry's first stereoscopic 3D game, Sub Roc 3D, and the first laserdisc video game, Astron Belt. Carnival, Space Fury, Turbo, and Zaxxon were licensed to Coleco as launch games for the Coleco Vision console in 1982.
Some of these and other games were licensed to different companies for 8-bit computer versions.
Sega also released the 360-degree rotating machine R-360.
For arcade system boards, Sega released the System series and the Super Scaler series.
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