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Elite

This is an excellent version of the space trading classic. Like all 6502 ports of the game it was produced by the original authors, and copes well with just the joypad controls which do a great job of controlling the action instead of a keyboard.

A series of icons can be selected, which change depending on whether the ship is docked or in space, and can easily change the cockpit view or select weapons. A battery back up now holds the data, to replace the function of the other versions saving to tape or disk.





Platform : Nintendo NES
Format : Cartridge
Publisher : Imagineer
Authors : Ian Bell / David Braben
Date : 1991

Other Software by Imagineer:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Elite Imagineer Nintendo NES Cartridge 1991
Populous Imagineer Nintendo Game Boy Cartridge 1992
Mega-Lo-Mania Imagineer Super Nintendo Entertainment System Cartridge 1992
F-29 Retaliator Imagineer Fujitsu FM Towns CD ROM 1992

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH34156. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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