Blasteroids 

Veröffentlicht Februar 1988
Entwicklerfirma Atari Games
Vertriebsfirma Atari Games
Spielnummer 319
Designer Ed Rotberg
Programmierer
Komposition
Sideart
Genre Shooter
Steuerung optischer Drehregler + 3 Buttons
Spieler 1–2 (gleichzeitig)
Prozessor
Audio Stereo
Video Rasterbildschirm, horizontal, Standardauflösung
Bauformen Upright
Arcadesystem
Abmessungen H×B×T 178×70×87 cm
Gewicht 137 kg
Produktion ca. 2000 Stück
Anmerkungen
Wertung KLOV/IAM 2,72/5
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Beschreibung / Werbetext (englisch)
The ultimate in space-action games returns!

Blasteroids is an updated version of one of the most successful games in the history of the industry, Asteroids. By taking the highly successful game concept of yesterday and combining it with the technology of today, Atari has created a unique attraction for a new generation.

Players blast their way through four different galaxies filled with asteroids and other challenging obstacles. After clearing each galaxy, the player meets up with Mukor, the green slime monster. Mukor taunts the player with one of several voice phrases, including "Now you die, human." The player can choose from four different starting difficulties, based on the four galaxies he must conquer. At the end of the game the player is presented with the ultimate challenge against Mukor.
Konsolen- und Computerumsetzungen
Blasteroids (Amstrad CPC, ?)
Blasteroids (Apple II, ?)
Blasteroids (Atari ST, ?)
Blasteroids (Commodore 64, ?)
Blasteroids (Commodore Amiga, ?)
Blasteroids (MSX, ?)
Blasteroids (PC/MS-DOS, ?)
Blasteroids (Sinclair ZX Spectrum, ?)
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