Stargate (1994)

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This is not to be confused with the arcade game of the same name.
Stargate (1994)
Basic Information
Video Game
Probe Entertainment, Torus Games
Acclaim Entertainment
2D Platform, Puzzle
Super Nintendo Controller, Genesis Controller
SNES, Genesis, Game Boy and Game Gear
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Stargate is a game released for the Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Gameboy, and Game Gear systems. It is based on the movie of the same name.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Super NES and Genesis Versions:

Both of these versions are primarily 2D platform games based on the movie. You play Colonel O'Neil, whose objective is to find supplies and his teammates who have traveled with him through the Stargate to the planet Abydos, including archaeologist Daniel Jackson. Once he does, O'Neil must lead the attack on the god Ra and escape back to Earth before the power of the nuclear bomb can be unleashed on this world.

Gameboy and Game Gear Versions:

Both of these versions are primarily puzzle games in the vein of Tetris. Your goal is to simply line up three tiles with the same symbols before the playfield fills up with too many tiles. You can also flip the tiles over before they land in order to find the right symbol to use.