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Overview

Scramble is another faithful arcade port brought to the Atari 7800 by Robert DeCrescenzo!

Each round consists of five stages and a 'base', or final, stage. Destroy any targets on the ground, or in the air. You can (and should) destroy Rockets, UFOs, Fuel tanks (to give you more fuel), Bonus Items, and the Base itself at the very end. You cannot, however, destroy Meteors and should avoid them at all costs.

Each stage within a round challenges the player with a new type of enemy or terrain to maneuver:

  • STAGE 1: Launching rockets
  • STAGE 2: Ufos and caves
  • STAGE 3: Meteors
  • STAGE 4: Lauching rockets from tall structures
  • STAGE 5: Winding maze of buildings
  • BASE: The base itself that you must destroy

Skill Levels

As you pass each round of five stages and destroy the base, the game play starts over, and the difficulty increases. Your ship burns fuel at a faster rate, and the rockets, UFOs and Meteors become more aggressive.

  • Easy: No Rockets launch and your ship burns fuel at a very slow rate.
  • Normal: Only two launching rockets can be on the screen at a time, and your ship burns fuel at a normal rate. This variation is equivalent to the "Konami" version of the arcade game.
  • Hard: Four launching rockets can be on the screen at a time, and your ship burns fuel at a very fast rate. This variation is equivalent to the "Stern" version of the arcade game.

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Additional Information

Includes cartridge and full-color, four-page manual. Available in NTSC and PAL television formats, please select above.

Number of Players 1 - 2
Controller Joystick
Cartridge Size 48K
Programming Robert DeCrescenzo

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Reviews (5)

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Reviewer: BenjaminR
03/20/2014 01:23pm
This is an excellent conversion of Scramble from the arcade. The graphics are as close to the arcade as the 7800 is going to get, and it looks marvelous. Controls are extremely responsive and the challenge of the arcade was not lost in the translation (believe me, this is every bit as difficult as the original). When this first arrived, I played game after game while trying desperately to just pass the 1st level! It really is that challenging, addicting, and just as fun as you use to have when you got home from school as a kid in the 80’s! If you are a fan of Cosmic Avenger for the Colecovision, Super Cobra for the 5200, or Vanguard for the Atari 2600, you really need to pick this game up. Best $30 you could spend on the Atari 7800!
Reviewer: James Smith
10/24/2013 12:59pm
What a first-rate and exciting conversion!
Reviewer: Mark Mervine
12/24/2012 10:42am
Bob 'Pacmanplus' DeCrescenzo is at it again...this time with Scramble! Bob referenced the actual arcade ROM's to produce as accurate port as possible. Other than the screen orientation mentioned in a previous review, this game looks and plays like the arcade. Given that the arcade unit had three CPU's and the 7800 only has one, Bob did an amazing job (once again)! Scramble is an awesome addition to the 7800 library of games and belongs in every collection!!!
Reviewer: Clayton
12/03/2012 09:40pm
This game is hard! Always was. I've been playing this on my nintendo ds. it's so much better playing on a bigger screen. This game is awesome so much like the original. Couldn't do anything with it when i was young getting better now. Thanks Atariage well be buying more games!
Reviewer: grips03
11/19/2012 12:12am
Great game. The arcade game uses a vertical monitor, so this 7800 port won't fill the TV screen, but the music and game are a lot of fun. Due to game not filling the screen you can see re-painting lines. Would buy this game again.
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