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Manufacturer Cinematronics
Availability

Space Ace Combo

$150.00
Reproduction Cinematronics Space Ace control panel overlay, marquee and set of sideart (left and right side). The control panel and marquee are from the Dragon's Lair conversion version of Space Ace. Artwork is silk screened, color matched and die cut.
Related Game Title Space Ace
Year 1984
Genre Adventure
Quick Game Facts
Space Ace

A Don Bluth release, and a follow-up to the immensible popular Dragon's Lair. In this version you play Dexter. You misson is to rescue Kim ("I'll save you Kimmy!!!") while battling Borf.

Coin-Op Overview

Don Bluth's second creation, launched right after Dragon's Lair. The game is most often found in a "conversion" cabinet as operators converted older Dragon's Lair into Space Ace. It is very difficult to find a dedicated Space Ace cabinet today.

You control Ace with a 4-way joystick and a energize/fire button. Also, at the beginning of the game you can choose from three difficulty settings. This is slightly different than the re-release of Space Ace '91 (a conversion kit). In the 1991 release, your joystick is an 8-way joystick, and the game utilizes all moves. This conversion kit was produced in low numbers for the Dragon's Lair II game.

Screen Captures


Coin-Op Technical Details
Year: 1984
Manufacturer: Cinematronics
Genre: Adventure
Players: 2P
Conversion Class: unique
Monitor Type: Raster
Orientation: Horizontal
Monitor Resolution: CGA