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Astro Warrior
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
System(s): Sega Master System
Genre: Shoot-'em-Up






























Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Master System
JP
¥5,000 G-1312
Sega Master System
US
$? 5069
Sega Master System
BR
R$? ?
Sega Master System
KR
₩? GB-1312



Astro Warrior (アストロウォーリアー) is an early Sega Master System game developed and published by Sega in 1986. It is a very basic vertical scrolling shoot-'em-up, in which the player pilots a spaceship and is tasked with destroying as many enemies and structures as possible. At the end of each galaxy there is a boss.

As a stand-alone game, Astro Warrior was never released in Europe (bar Portugal), instead being bundled on the same cartridge as Pit-Pot in Astro Warrior / Pit Pot. In North America, it was bundled with Hang-On in Hang-On / Astro Warrior. The game was also brought to arcades through Mega-Tech hardware.

The game was re-released in Brazil and Portugal as Sapo Xulé: S.O.S. Lagoa Poluída in 1996, based on Sapo Xulé, a popular 1980s toy from Brazil.

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Magazine articles

Main article: Astro Warrior/Magazine articles.

Physical scans

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
82 №1, p48[1]
69 №1, p37[2]
Sega Master System
76
Based on
2 reviews

Master System, US
("No Limits" ℠)
AstroWarrior SMS US Box.jpg
Cover
AstroWarrior SMS US Cart.jpg
Cart
Astrowarrior sms us manual.pdf
Manual
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Poster
Master System, US
("No Limits" ®)
AstroWarrior SMS US Box NoLimitsR.jpg
Cover
Master System, JP
AstroWarrior SMS JP Box Front.jpg
Cover
AstroWorriorSMSJPManual.pdf
Manual
Master System, BR
AstroWarrior SMS BR Box.jpg
Cover
AstroWarrior SMS BR Cart.jpg
Cart
Master System, KR

References

  1. File:CompleteGuideToConsoles_UK_01.pdf, page 48
  2. File:SegaPro UK 01.pdf, page 37