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Ghostbusters (Apple II)

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Advertising Blurbs

Comic book ad:


    GHOSTBUSTERS


    THE COMPUTER GAME
    BY DAVID CRANE

    GHOSTBUSTERS!
    SAVE YOUR CITY WITH YOUR COMMODORE 64



    Available on disk.


    Contributed by Pseudo_Intellectual (44552) on Oct 22, 2012.

Sega Master System Catalog Spring/Summer 1987:
    They're out there. Lurking behind every corner. Waiting to vaporize your city. Ghosts. Lead by Goza, the slimy Master of Destruction. Only you can stop them. So pack your weapons. And pack them fast. And never forget the Ghostbuster credo. If you can't see them. Blast them.

    Contributed by RKL (5614) on Jan 31, 2004.

Activision Catalog 1984:
    Squirming and squealing, the nasty little spud bounced in its trap as I cruised down Park Avenue back to HQ. Humming a familiar tune, I finally began to relax. When suddenly, my detectors blurted out a dangerous marshmallow alert! Gangs of hideous ghosts swarmed about me. Slime was everywhere. It was at that moment I realized - saving the world wasn't going to be a piece of cake.

    The smash movie hit of the year is David Crane's latest computer experience. For the Atari, Commodore 64 and Apple II series computers.

    Contributed by RKL (5614) on Dec 15, 2003.

Back of Box - NES:

    Contents of this box:



    Paranormal activity.
    Ghostbusters Headquarters.
    One Marshmallow Man.

    Ghost-catching gear.
    One hit song.
    Slime.

    Laser Stream Throwers.
    One ectomobile.
    One street map.

    One Temple of Zuul.
    And a zillion ghosts.

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69643) on Feb 24, 2003.

From the Triton Software Catalog For Your IBM, 1988:
    Catch those ghosts, and confront the ominous Marshmallow Man. Use your Laser Stream Throwers, ectomobiles and lots of other ghost-catching gear. So come on. Show 'em how they do it downtown.

    Contributed by Belboz (6553) on Oct 06, 2001.