Tron (DOS)

Tron DOS The game loads to this screen which acknowledges it's debt to Disney


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Tron is a shareware 'Light Cycle' game for one to four players.

As each player drives around the game area they leave a solid trail behind them. The object of the game is to cause other players to crash into one of these trails, one of the moving barriers, or the edge of the game area. The first player to win the required number of rounds wins the game, the default winning score is fifteen but this can be altered.
An optional feature of this game is the use of missiles which can punch holes in the trails. There are four kinds of missiles available in the game, which the player picks them up by running into them, however each player can only carry one missile at a time.

The game is entirely played via the keyboard and the action keys can be redefined, however a mouse can be used to navigate the game's menus. The game makes limited use of sound, just a 'beep' when a player crashes.


Tron DOS This is how a match ends. The small circle at the bottom of the screen is the player crashing into a barrier. The game stays on this screen until the player presses ENTER
Tron DOS A single player game in progress, the player is blue and the computer is yellow. The red lines move back and forth and are barriers that cannot be passed.
Tron DOS Once the number of players has been decided the action keys can be defined
Tron DOS The end of a match where the player was beaten 15-0 by the computer opponent. The game stays on this screen until the player presses Y or N

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piltdown_man (151527) added Tron (DOS) on Feb 25, 2013