Stellar Track

Stellar Track is an Atari VCS (later the Atari 2600) game developed by Rob Zdybel of Atari, Inc. and published by Sears under the "Tele-Games" brand in 1980. It is one of three such games that were released only through Sears.[2]

Stellar Track
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Developer(s)Atari, Inc.
Publisher(s)Sears
Programmer(s)Rob Zdybel [1]
Platform(s)Atari 2600
Release1980

GameplayEdit

Stellar Track is a text game based on the mainframe computer game Star Trek. The player is a commander of a warship and must destroy a variable number of aliens before a variable number of stardates runs out.[3]

ReceptionEdit

Richard A. Edwards reviewed Scarfman in The Space Gamer No. 54.[3] Edwards commented that "Unless you're willing to pay a high price for a remake of an old standard, pass this one up."[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Hague, James. "The Giant List of Classic Game Programmers".
  2. ^ "Stellar Track". AtariProtos.
  3. ^ a b c Edwards, Richard A. (August 1982). "Capsule Reviews". The Space Gamer. Steve Jackson Games (54): 32.

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