Star Wars Empire Strikes Back video game cartridge (1982)

The Imperial Walkers are moving toward the Rebel base on the Ice Planet Hoth. Can you destroy them before they blow up the power generators? Quick, into your Snow-speeders! Launch your attack! You can stop the Walkers with a perfect shot at the flashing bomb hatch. Take careful aim! Fire! KAPOW!

But more Walkers are coming. They attack with deadly missiles and smart bombs. Shoot them down or be destroyed! May The Force Be With You!

Parker Brothers – For your Atari Video Computer System and Sears Video Arcade

1982 Star Wars Empire Strikes Back video game cartridge

 

Star Wars Jedi Arena video game cartridge (1983)

Become a Jedi without ever leaving home.

In the STAR WARS JEDI ARENA, perfecting the skills needed to become a JEDI MASTER takes concentration and practice.

Use your LIGHTSABER to direct the attack of the whirling SEEKER. But stay alert, your adversary can attack at any time. So follow your instincts. In no time at all you’ll be a JEDI MASTER, ready to go saber to saber against any opponent who dares to do battle with you. Play the STAR WARS JEDI ARENA home video game. Alone or head-to-head. The challenge awaits you.

Star Wars Jedi Arena video game cartridge 1983

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Return of the Jedi Death Star Battle video game (1983)

Situation desperate powerful new death star reported under construction. Must be destroyed before its deadly completion or all will be lost. Mission involves split-second skill. Must fly Millennium Falcon through enemy force field… penetrate death star defenses… and neutralize center core.

Warning! Expect heavy resistance from Empire’s The Interceptors. Also note…Be on alert for tracking death ray. Time running out. All rebel pilots report immediately for Return of the Jedi Death Star Battle, the thrilling home video game from Parker Brothers.

For the Atari 2600 and soon available for Intellivision

Return of the Jedi - Star Wars video game 1983

Lucasfilm Ltd. (LFL) 1982 – Trademarks owned by Lucasfilm Ltd. (LFL) and used by Parker Brothers under authorization. Sears Video Arcade is a trademark of Sears Roebuck and Co. Atari and Atari Video Computer System are trademarks of Atari, Inc.


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