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Following the successful gameplay of Dragon's Lair, Don Bluth released this second conversion of his Laserdisc games series.

You're playing Dexter, a guy fighting the evil madman Borf who has kidnapped your girlfriend Kimberly and is now threatening the world with his dreaded weapon, the "Infanto Ray" which turns adults into small children.

The game plays like a comic strip - visuals are similar to many cartoon movies. In each scene you only have to decide which direction of the keyboard has to be hit in order to avoid one of the countless death screens and to advance to the next screen...


Space Ace SEGA CD This screen tells you how many lives you have left
Space Ace SEGA CD Robots come out of their holes
Space Ace SEGA CD The robots are chasing Dexter
Space Ace SEGA CD On this screen, you can watch demos of other ReadySoft products, or head straight into the game

Promo Images

Space Ace Screenshot
Space Ace Magazine Advertisement GamePro (International Data Group, United States), Issue 65 (December 1994)
Space Ace Screenshot
Space Ace Screenshot


Alternate Titles

  • "Космический Ас" -- Russian spelling
  • "Sullivan Bluth's Space Ace" -- Full title
  • "Space Ace CD-ROM" -- 3DO title
  • "Don Bluth's Space Ace" -- Jaguar full title

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User Reviews

In space, no one can here you scream ETJB (450) 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars

Critic Reviews

GamePro (US) Mar, 1995 4 out of 5 80
Oldies Rising Jul 18, 2015 15 out of 20 75
Video Games & Computer Entertainment Mar, 1995 6 out of 10 60
All Game Guide 1998 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60 Aug 14, 2011 5 out of 10 50


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The promotional trailer featured a scene where Dexter talks to Kimberly through a communicator device - that scene is absent in the final game.
Katakis | カタキス (41056) added Space Ace (SEGA CD) on Mar 03, 2006
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