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Starship 1  

Starship 1 is another ground breaking arcade game from Atari. It was very impressive at the time. While everybody were still playing ball & paddle arcade games, Atari released this fantastic space simulation, with pseudo 3D star field fast zooming sprites.

Of course it was a shock, and Starship 1 inspired many game to follow.

Player must chase the ennemies, center them in the crosshairs and shoot them with its phasers. Player has also 5 "proton torpedoes" which will destroy everything found on screen.



 SOFTWARE RELATIONS:

    Starship 1 inspired Galactic Space Wars (Fairchild Channel F)
    Starship 1 inspired Star Ship (Vectrex)


 OTHER VERSIONS OF THE SAME SOFT:

    Star Ship (1977) for the Atari 2600


SCREENSHOTS

title screen

shoot at enemy ships and avoid planets

use your laser guns

another one!


LINKS
 
 detailed info on Killer List of Video Games
 detailed info on The Arcade Flyer Archive


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year of release 1977
companies Atari
type game
media arcade cabinet
systems Arcade
number of players 1 player
staff Dennis Koble, Steve Mayer, Dave Shepperd
tags 3d, shoot them up, space, star trek



 
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