DescriptionBased on the Dave Stevens' original comic book series and the movie made by the Walt Disney Company. Participate in several action sequences that mimic the same sequences in the movie, like racing a plane, a shootout in a warehouse, and hand-to-hand combat on top of a flying blimp.
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- "The Adventures of The Rocketeer" -- Japanese SNES Box title
- "ロケッティア" -- Japanese Spelling (Box Title, SNES version)
Part of the Following Groups
- Gameplay feature: Jetpack
- Genre: Air racing
- Inspiration: Movies
- Setting: Interwar
- The Rocketeer licensees
- Walt Disney games
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|Play Time||DOS||Mar, 1992||84 out of 100||84|
|Joystick (French)||SNES||Apr, 1992||82 out of 100||82|
|Pelit||DOS||Mar, 1992||78 out of 100||78|
|PC Joker||DOS||Apr, 1992||72 out of 100||72|
|Power Play||DOS||Jun, 1992||53 out of 100||53|
|Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)||SNES||May, 1992||21 out of 40||52|
|GamePro (US)||SNES||May, 1992||2 out of 5||40|
|All Game Guide||SNES||1998||40|
|Power Play||SNES||May, 1992||39 out of 100||39|
|1UP!||SNES||Sep 28, 2006||23 out of 100||23|
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SoundWhile The Rocketeer supported many different sound cards, the demo sent to retail stores only supported the Disney Sound Source. This was intentional--in addition to selling the game itself, they wanted to sell more Sound Sources to people who didn't have sound devices. Along this vein, all digitized sound in the game was mastered with the Disney Sound Source in mind; it sounds just as good or better on a Sound Source as it does a Sound Blaster or other device, even though the Sound Source is just an LPT DAC with slight filtering.
Related Web Sites
- The Dave Stevens Home Page (Home Page of the creater of "The Rocketeer" comic book series. There, you can find lots of information about him and see some of his creations.)