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Star Wars: Jedi Arena

Star Wars: Jedi Arena
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Developer(s) Parker Brothers
Publisher(s) Parker Brothers
Platform(s) Atari 2600
Release date(s) 1983
Genre(s) 2D overhead shooter
Mode(s) One or two players
Distribution Cartridge

Star Wars: Jedi Arena is a 2D overhead shooter video game published by Parker Brothers in 1983 for the Atari 2600.[1]

Gameplay

In the game, two Jedi Knights, one blue and one red, face each other during lightsaber training. Player one is blue, the red Jedi is either a human or computer controlled opponent. The player controls his lightsaber with the paddle controller, defending himself from the laser blasts coming from the Seeker ball, fired by the opponent. The Seeker will regularly go wild and fire laser blasts randomly. The aim of the game is to fire laser blasts from the Seeker at the opponent's shield and finally the opponent himself. The game has four difficulty levels, changing the Seeker's speed, in the highest level the Seeker is invisible. The game ends when one player has received three direct hits.

See also

References

External links

  • MobyGames
  • Information at AtariAge
  • Gametrailers' Star Wars Retrospective Episode I


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