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E.T. is an adventure game in which players control an alien (E.T.) from a top-down perspective. The objective of the game is to collect three pieces of an interplanetary telephone. The pieces are found scattered randomly throughout various pits (also referred to as wells). The player is provided with an on-screen energy bar, which decreases as time passes. To prevent this, the player can collect Reese's Pieces, which are used to restore the energy of the character; when enough are collected, the player can call Elliot to obtain a piece of the telephone. After the phone pieces have been collected, the player must guide the character to a call-ship area, which allows him to call his home planet. When the call is made, an interplanetary spaceship appears on-screen, and the player must reach the spaceship in a given time limit. Once the spaceship is reached, the game starts over, with the same difficulty level, while changing the location of the telephone pieces. The score obtained during the round is carried over to the next iteration. The game ends when the energy bar depletes, or the player decides to quit



Game is in good condition. No breaks, ripped label, or other visible cartridge damage. Game is guaranteed to work! Game in overall good condition. Has signs of light use and wear. Game has no stickers or writing on front or back of cartridge. Game only, no box. Manual in good condition with no rips, tears or missing pages. Requires Atari 2600 game system to play.


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Atari 2600 Vintage E.T. Game From 1982 - Atari With Instruction Manual

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: plastic, paper, circuit board, chips, copper
  • Ships worldwide from Florida, United States
  • Feedback: 420 reviews
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