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Milton Bradley

Starship Pegasus                                 Cartridge Needed

The spaceships are attacking from all sides!

Cool, 4 player mode!
Starship Pegasus Icon  

  MANUFACTURER:  MILTON BRADLEY (Distributed by Texas Instruments)


 RELEASED:  1Q/1984*



TOUCAN'S TRIVIA: This game is a clone of the arcade game Space Zap (Bally Midway, 1980).

TOUCAN'S TRIVIA: Up to 4 players can play this game, though not simultaneously (at least not on a TI system without an MBX device). It is unknown if Milton Bradley was planning on releasing a 4 way joystick adapter to allow for all 4 players to play at once, since there were rumors that MB was developing add-ons for the MBX system (such as a foodpad). It would not be surprising if this game was meant to take advantage of a certain expansion, since it is the only game from any company on the TI to allow 4 players to compete. In addition there are 4 directions that the ship can shoot in, making it possible for 4 players to all participate at the same time. However, this is all speculation, as playing it on a TI without an MBX system only allows for one player at a time to play.

TOUCAN'S TRIVIA: This game can be used with Milton Bradley's MBX System (an add-on for the TI-99/4A). The MBX allowed for the use of Voice Recognition, improved Speech Synthesis, a 360° Analog Joystick, and an Action-Input Keypad for video games designed for it.

TOUCAN'S TRIVIA: Help! The TI-99/4A Videogame House needs your help in locating images or information on this game. This page is incomplete, as only the game's ROM image was available to us. If anyone out there has anything relating to this TI-99/4A cartridge, send us an e-mail at [email protected]. Credit will be given to anyone who can help provide info/images for this title (or any other game for that matter).

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