Atari Arcadespiele: Gravitar

Veröffentlicht August 1982
Publisher Atari, Inc.
Entwickler Atari, Inc.
Code 331
Designer Mike Hally
Rich Adam
Joe Coddington
Sideart George Opperman
Genre Shooter
Steuerung 5 Buttons
Spieler 1–2 (abwechselnd)
Prozessor MOS 6502
Audio Mono
2× Atari Pokey
Video 19″ QuadraScan-Vektorbildschirm, horizontal
Bauformen Upright (33100)
European Upright
Arcadesystem
Abmessungen H×B×T Upright: 182 × 64 × 80 cm
Gewicht 139 kg

European: 172 × 64 × 78 cm
Gewicht 125 kg
Produktion 5427 Stück
Wertung KLOV/IAM 3.35/5
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Atari: Gravitar

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Beschreibung / Werbetext (englisch)
Message from Atari Mission Control:
Your mission is to travel to alien planets, wipe out enemy bunkers, gather fuel units and make the solar systems safe for you and future generations of space pioneers. Fuel units should be collected on each planet… fuel is depleted each time Thrust and Shield/Tractor are utilized. Measures should be taken to insure ship safety… use Shield against enemy fire from bunkers and alien ships. There are three solar systems in each universe, with five planets in the first two solar systems and four planets in the third. Gravity is positive. After completing missions in positive gravity solar systems, ship will travel to a new universe with three negative gravity solar systems. Following this is a dark universe where terrain of planets is invisible, gravity is positive. Finally, ship will travel to a dark universe with negative gravity.
Trivia
Der Arbeitstitel des Spiels war Lunar Battle.
Konsolen- und Computerumsetzungen
Gravitar (Atari 2600, Atari)
Gravitar (Microsoft Xbox 360, Microsoft Game Studios)
Gravitar (PC: Windows ab Vista, Microsoft Game Studios)
Gran Trak 20 Gremlins