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ZOOM Rebel Assault
$18.95 (DOS/Win 95) (Retail) (REBELASSPR)

Lucas Arts

Game

Ratings:

Top 100 CD-ROMs from PC Magazine 1994

An Original Action Arcade Game for CD-ROM

Take control of any of four Star Wars vehicles in a variety of challenging piloting, targeting, and combat scenarios in the first LucasArts game made exclusively for CD-ROM. After honing flight and combat skills, defend Tatooine against Imperial attack, challenge the menacing walkers on the frigid ice planet of Hoth, and combat the Empire in a series of intense deepspace battles.

Featuring:

Over a dozen action-packed levels

Astonishing 3D graphics

Full screen video from the Star Wars movies

Digitized speech and movie sound effects

Richly detailed space and surface missions

Animated cut scenes

Sound track by John Williams as performed by the London Symphony Orchestra

An unforgettable arcade experience

Requirements: IBM CD-ROM and 100% compatibles, MS-DOS 5.0 or higher, 4 MB RAM, Joystick or mouse required, 256 color VGA, Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster 16, Sound Blaster Pro and 100% compatibles, Pro Audio Spectrum, Pro Audio Spectrum 16, Aria and UltraSound, MPC level 1 or better CD-ROM drive.

Reviews:

Computer Life, October 1994

"Like the Star Wars movies, this game's onslaught of action was relentless, rarely letting up long enough for me to work the cramps out of my joystick hand."

Computer Gaming World, October 1994

"The John Williams soundtrack, along with the film footage from the Star Wars trilogy of films, are almost seamlessly integrated, to the point where this game has a very cinematic feel throughout."

PC Magazine, September 13, 1994

"Punctuated with video and original music from the Star Wars trilogy, Rebel Assault is an arcader's delight. Pilot your skyhopper from training missions in Beggar's Canyon to an encounter with the Death Star. There's no better blend of action, music, sound effects, and dialog - but you may need some hardware tweaking to get it to work."



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