About Timberman

Timberman is a fast-paced arcade game in which the player takes control of a lumberjack and must clear the level of all the trees. To do this they must use slingshots to launch pine cones at moving targets. The player must also avoid obstacles such as logs and falling rocks. If the player stays in one place too long, the tree will grow back, making it necessary to move on before your run out of time. This amazing game was developed by Dave Mosher and released by Atarisoft in 1983 for many home computers including Atari 2600, Atari 5200, ColecoVision, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum under license from Mattel Electronics. 

If you’ve ever been to a video game arcade, you’ve probably seen people playing a game called Timber Maniac. It’s an arcade game with a simple concept: you have to guide a little person with arms and legs through mazes and forests while trying to avoid getting trapped or getting eaten by wild animals. Sounds easy? Well, that’s because it is! And there are lots of different versions of this classic game so chances are that wherever you live there’s an arcade nearby that has it. 

Timberman is an old abandoned mansion located in the woods. This place is where legends are born. It has since been locked up and closed for many years but lately, a strange sound has been heard from inside of this cursed house. Rumors have been circulating that there’s a man trapped inside the house, who can only be freed by solving a series of riddles hidden throughout the mansion. 

The Timber Man is a mysterious creature, one that hides in the shadows of the night and hunts down the innocent. He is so fast and agile that it is almost impossible to find him before he has struck. This game is about you, as the player, trying to track down The Timber Man for as long as you can.

This game is a simple arcade game where you must dodge balls that roll down the screen. You must keep an eye on the ball and time your movements so that you don’t get hit. The game can be played in single player mode or with a friend. 

Control Guide

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