Help E.T. get home.

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Help E.T. find the pieces of his phone. Avoid the G-Man as he will steal your parts & hide them. Avoid the scientist as he will carry you off to his lab (but otherwise is not harmful). Once youy have all phone pieces, return to where you started the game & 'phone home' to end the game. If the G-Man or scientist are on the screen when you 'phone home', your ship will not appear. Written by LepricahnsGold

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About four million copies of this game were shipped, and according to Atari's then-CEO Ray Kassar, about 3.5 million of those copies were returned to Atari. See more »

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If you thought Superman 64 was bad...
4 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

think again. ET for the atari 2600 is truly one of the worst games I've ever played.

The graphics were awful and don't get me started with the god awful sound.

UGH! Games like this gives Video Games a bad name.


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