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Adventures of Tron (1982)

Avoid the Grid Bugs, Tanks & Replicators while gathering bits of data.


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You are moving along platforms avoiding Grid Bugs, Tanks, and Recognizers. You must collect floating bits at each level of the screen. After you collect all the floating bits, the I/O beam in the center glows and you can enter it to move on to the next screen. On the third level;, there is a Solar Sailer that you can ride to get over enemies. You can go down at any time but to move up, you must cross the I/O beam to activate the elevators. Once you have used the elevators to move up a level, you must go through the I/O beam again to re-activate the elevators again. Written by LepricahnsGold

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This game was created for use with the Atari 2600 Video Computer System or the Sears Tele-Game Arcade System. See more »

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10 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

Though I never played this incarnation of the game, reading the Trivia about Maze-A-Tron and Adventures of Tron has pretty much made me realize something...

Tron: Maze-A-Tron was changed so much in the port to Atari, they renamed it Adventures of Tron. Judging by the plot summary of the game, apparently Adventures of Tron was used as a springboard for the game Tron: Solar Sailer.

I hope Adventures of Tron provided some entertainment, because the other two (both for the Intellivision or Sears system) weren't very good at all. Maze-A-Tron was ESPECIALLY rotten.

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