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E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Remake is a Windows remake of the 1982 Atari 2600 game E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. It is mostly the same as the original game but with a design change where instead of falling down holes you have to find holes and fall down them at the press of a button.

In the original game E.T. must find three pieces of the E.T. phone and then call the ship to go home. E.T. must avoid the FBI, who will either take away his Reeces pieces or a phone piece, or the Scientist, who will take E.T. to the Government building for tests. As E.T. walks around, uses the power zones, or falls in holes, his energy will deplete. To keep up his energy, he can pick up pieces of Reeces pieces, but needs to use the Eat Candy Power Zone to replenish his health. There are other Power Zones that will help E.T. in his objective to collect the phone pieces and get home.


E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial Remake Windows Title screen
E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial Remake Windows What the Reese's pieces look like
E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial Remake Windows E.T. in building in the Washington D.C. area

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  • "ET Remake" -- In-game (window title bar) title

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James Dunn (55) added E.T.: The Extra Terrestrial Remake (Windows) on Dec 31, 2016