Copyright Richard M. Hungerford

Missile Command Missile Model


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This is a model of a missile from the old video game, "Missile Command," taken from the artwork on the side of the game cabinet. The fins have been simplified somewhat for ease of assembly. The finished model stands about 8.25 inches (210 mm) tall.

Defend the base! Quick! More quarters!

Missile parts and instructions (142 Kb)

Jacques Thibault in Quebec found a new use for the Missile! Either that's a very big pen indeed, or those are ants in uniforms.

The Write Stuff! The Write Stuff!

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