James Bond [Model 9100]

The Atari 5200 Game by Parker Bros.

James Bond [Model 9100] screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Atari 5200 Game

James Bond © 1984 Parker Bros

In this game, you are Bond. James Bond, 007, the world's most famous secret agent. Renowned for your cool and confidence (not to mention your biting wit), you've been selected by the British Secret Service for four clandestine, utterly critical, and nearly impossible missions.

These will be accomplished at the controls of a specially designed multi-purpose craft that boasts extraordinary capabilities. It has the properties of a car, a plane, and a submarine. And it's equipped with the latest weaponry. We think you'll find it more than adequate.

In brief, Mr. Bond, this is what lies ahead. First stop, Las Vegas in Diamonds Are Forever. No casinos, here. Rather, you've got to cross the desert in the dead of night. A very romantic place, indeed, when you're not being shot at.

We know you like a change of scenery, Bond, so the next stop is Sardinia in The Spy Who Loved Me. Stromberg's underwater laboratory is your destination in this one. We're confident you'll know just what to do when you reach it.

In Moonraker, you'll recognise your old nemesis Hugo Drax and his poison satellites. From your position on the lake, you must stop the satellites from ever reaching Earth.

We thought we'd top off the assignment with For Your Eyes Only. This one will take you below sea level to a sunken World War II fishing trawler. Could be the most hazardous mission of all. We're only thinging of you, Bond. We know your fondness for the Greek islands.

Oh, about the details, read on. We want you prepared for the assault . . . armed frogmen, missiles, mines and the like. Not to worry. Good luck, Bond. And Bon Voyage!


Model 9100


Diamond: 50
Frogman: 200
Ocean floor missile: 100
Mushroom mine: 100
Space shuttle: 200
Poison satellite: 500
Mini-sub: 200
Mini-sub mine: 100
Mission accomplished: 5,000
Each remaining craft at the end of the game: 3,000

Game's ROM.

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