TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (Ocean)
A platform game with top-down
perspective levels that was published by Ocean Software based on the earlier
NES version by LJN. The game was released in 1991 for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC,
Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, ZX Spectrum.
The story of the game falls inline with the movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
The objective is to save the leader of the Human Resistance, John Connor, and
his mother, Sarah, from the T-1000, a mimetic poly-alloy Terminator, bent on
killing them both.
The game was ported to numerous hardware platforms with the contents of the
levels being very similar and consistent. Versions of the game for the aging
Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum featured very primitive graphics compared to the
other platform releases.
TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (Software
Based on the movie of the same
name, you take the role of the T-800 Terminator and have to protect John
Connor from being terminated by the T-1000 Terminator. The game is set over
five levels. Levels 1, 3, 4 and 5 are side-scrolling beat-em-ups and level 2
is an isometric racing game.
TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY ARCADE GAME
The story of the game falls in
line with the movie Terminator 2: Judgment Day: to save the leader of the
Human Resistance, John Connor, and his mother, Sarah, from the T-1000, a
mimetic poly-alloy Terminator, bent on killing them both.
The first mission is actually a backstory on what happened before the T-800
and the T-1000 entered Skynet. It also showed some of Skynet's machines that
didn't appear in the film (for example, the Silverfish).
TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY (Game Boy)
An action-adventure game developed
by Bits Studios and published by LJN. It was released for the Game Boy in
1991. Based on the film of the same name.
The game was rated by G-BOY magazine as its number one game. GameBusters had
this to say about it: "Few film conversions ever reach the standard of this
superb game. Very few are as tough to beat".
JUDGMENT DAY (Bits Studios) 1993
An action-adventure game developed
by Bits Studios, Probe Entertainment, and Arc Developments and published by
Flying Edge and LJN for the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive and Super NES.
respectively in 1993. Based on the film of the same name.
One plays as the T-800 sent back in time to 1995 in order to protect John and
Sarah Connor from the T-1000. There are two gameplay types: side-scrolling and
driving. During the side-scrolling levels, the player's objective is to locate
and retrieve all future objects (gray boxes with a flashing light on top) and
complete all objectives for that mission. Once all objectives are completed,
the player goes back to the beginning of the level to finish the mission.
Between the side-scrolling levels are the driving levels. During the driving
levels, the player's objective is to drive to the next mission location while
JUDGMENT DAY CHESS WARS (Capstone Software) 1993
As the name suggests, Terminator
2: Judgment Day - Chess Wars is a chess game based on the film Terminator 2:
Judgment Day. Characters from the movie act as chess pieces, along with
several terminators not seen in the films. Battles do not take place on the
chess board but in futuristic battlefield settings.
The player can choose from several game types and difficulty settings. The
game rates the player based on the United States Chess Federation scale.
Terminator 2: Judgment
Day Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Total playing time is 53:45. Music
composed and produced by Brad Fiedel (20 tracks)
1. Main Title from "Terminator
2" 11. I'll Be Back
2. Sarah on the
3. Escape from the Hospital (And
T1000) 13. Tanker chase
14. Hasta la Vista, Baby (T1000 Freezes)
5. Sarah's Dream (Nuclear
Nightmare) 15. Into the Steel Mill
6. Attack on Dyson (Sarah's
Solution) 16. Cameron's Inferno
7. Our Gang Goes to
Cyberdyne 17. Terminator Impaled
18. Terminator Revives
9. John & Dyson into
Vault 19. T1000
10. Swat Team
Attack 20. It's
Guns'N'Roses "You Could Be Mine" Single
(with Civil War)
CROMY ARGENTINA 1991
PRESENT WAR SERIES
FUTURE WAR SERIES
Despite the title, this is actually
a T2 figure as evidenced by the damage and clothing on the T-800. The absence of
the T2 logo is due to the licensing issue
Several pictures courtesy
of Randy Jennings of