Stargate (Handheld)

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Released on the Nintendo GameBoy and Sega Game Gear in connection with the original Stargate film, the handheld Stargate game is a 3D strategy puzzler.

PLATFORM: GameBoy, Game Gear
DEVELOPER: Acclaim
RELEASE DATE: 1994
ESRB Rating: E - Everyone
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GameBoy: Journeying a million light years from Earth is the easy part; getting back is a totally different story. Based on the film Stargate, the game sends you to a distant world to unlock the mystery of the Stargate. Discover out of this world 3D graphics as you go head to head against the evil pharaoh, Ra. Try to crack a series of intergalactic mysteries and get back home to safety. With massive levels and a perfect blend of strategy and action, Stargate is addicting fun for gamers of all tastes. Play alone or challenge a friend to a match. Accept the challenge and discover the secret beyond the Stargate. Game Gear: A million light years from Earth your only escape is to unlock the mystery of StarGate. Experience the addicting 3-D puzzle action. Encounter out of this world graphics as you go head to head against the evil ruler Ra or battle another player with the Gear-to-Gear cable. Accept the challenge and discover the secret beyond StarGate. From Acclaim

NOTES

  • The handheld Stargate video game was released in connection with the 1994 feature film. Unlike the console game of the same name -- which is a side-scrolling adventure -- this one is a glyph puzzle-solving game (for 1 or 2 players).
  • There are cut-scenes featuring characters from the movie, including Jack O'Neil (one L!) and Daniel Jackson. In addition to the video review below, check out more extended game play in this video.
  • CHEAT CODES! The following codes require the Game Genie cartidge: Disable tile counter: 008-22B-E6E The bottom of the tiles are always tile one: 019-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile two: 029-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile three: 039-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile four: 049-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile five: 059-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile six: 069-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile seven: 079-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile eight: 089-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile nine: 099-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile ten: 0A9-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile eleven: 0B9-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always tile twelve: 0C9-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E The bottom of the tiles are always smart bomb tiles: 0D9-7EB-D53 0E9-7DB-80E+ The bottom of the tiles are always digger tiles: 0E9-7DB-80E 0E9-7EB-D53 The bottom of the tiles are always tile wildcard tiles: 0E9-7DB-80E 0F9-7EB-D53 Tiles all appear blank: C92-74D-C49

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