Like the Super NES cartridge before it, the game basically follows the storyline of the feature film. The missions include rescuing Han from Jabba the Hutt, knocking out the shield generator, battling Darth Vader and destroying the second Death Star. Most of the action is of the 2D platform variety. You run, climb, jump and super-jump through each level, warding off Jawas, guards, Imperial Stormtroopers, attack droids and other minions of the Galactic Empire with your weapon of choice. Various pick-ups, such as thermal detonators, extra lives and weapon power-ups, will help you along the way.
In addition to the standard platform action, this game lets you pilot a speeder bike from a view behind your character and the Millennium Falcon from a top-down perspective. While both ships are equipped with lasers, the objective is slightly different for each stage. On the speeder bike, you must sideswipe Imperial Scout Troopers as you make your way through the forests of Endor. In the Millennium Falcon, your goal is to destroy the weakened Death Star by blasting its power core while being pursued by TIE fighters.
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