Tarzan

Coleco & CBS ElectronicsRelease year : 1984
Manufacturer : Coleco/CBS
Developer : 4D Interactive Systems-Lawrance Schick
Type : Adventure/Action
Coleco # 2632 - CBS # 4L4510
24 K ROM

 

Tarzan title screen
Tarzan screenshot

 

SCANS OF THE CBS2 MODEL




Front
Ref 74-290
Back
Ref 74-290
Cart
Ref 4L4510
Manual
Ref 2L2476

Trademark Tarzan™ owned by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., and used by permission.
©1983, ©1984 Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.
Program & Audiovisual ©1984 Coleco Industries Inc.
Package ©1984 CBS Toys, a Division of CBS Inc.
Made in England by CBS Electronics, Woodley, Berks.
Printed in Holland.
ICC 263201
Barcode : 5 010779 74290 7

SCANS OF THE COLECO2 MODEL R4




Front (U)
Ref 2632
Back (U) Cart (U) Manual (U)
Ref 14367

Front scanned by NIAD.
Check the back of the box on www.colecovisionzone.com

OTHER MODELS

No CBS1 No CBS3 No CBS4 No Coleco1

REPRODUCTION

 
 
 
Universal Game Case
Cartridge Sleeve
 

GAME DESCRIPTION

Journey to the heart of darkest Africa on a thrilling adventure with Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle. Cruel hunters and the Beastmen of Opar have abducted Tarzan’s tribe of Great Apes and imprisoned them in cages throughout the jungle. It’s up to you to save the apes from being shipped out of their jungle home to zoos.
First, rescue Tarzan’s faithful monkey companion, Nkima, from the hunters’ camp. Once freed,, Nkima accompanies you on your mission and alerts you to hidden snakes and treacherous pit traps with his shrill cry!
Take heed, Tarzan, you have sworn enemies lurking in the vine-festooned jungle. Bolgani, the gigantic gorilla, Histah, the sinuous serpent, and Gimla, the killer crocodile will try to stop you!
The vine-shrouded Temple of the Flaming God in the lost city of Opar holds your final challenge. The last apes wait for release-but the sinister Beastmen wait too! And the fire-breathing Flaming Idol of TarzanOpar hurls fireballs at those who dare desecrate the temple!

MISCELLANEOUS

GAME TRIVIA

Paul Jaquays remembers: The play structure of Tarzan was defined by the insistence of Edgar Rice Burrough's widow that Tarzan could never die.

Source: Coleconation #9