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Apple II[edit]

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Developed by Atarisoft and published in 1983.

Atari 2600[edit]

Developed by Atari and published in 1983. Although the most simplistic version of the game, this conversion was considered a great success for the Atari 2600.

Atari 5200[edit]

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Developed by Atari and published in 1983. The top fire button is used to make the buggy jump, and the bottom fire button is used to fire. The speed of the buggy was affected by the analog stick.

Atari 400/800/XL/XE[edit]

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Developed by Atari and published in 1983. Nearly identical to the Atari 5200 version, except modified for digital controls. Pressing up makes you jump. Uses a slightly different color palette.

Atari ST[edit]

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Developed by Andromeda Software and published by Atari Games in 1987. One of the nicer looking conversions.

Commodore 64[edit]

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Developed by Atarisoft and published in 1983.

Commodore VIC-20[edit]

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Developed by Atarisoft and published in 1983. Crude looking, but remarkably playable and faithful to the arcade version, as with many Atarisoft Vic-20 ports. Moon surface always remains at the same height, and does not slope up or down.

IBM-PC[edit]

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Developed by Atarisoft and published in 1983.

MSX[edit]

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Developed by Irem, the original developer of the arcade, and published in 1984.

Sinclair ZX Spectrum[edit]

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Developed by Atarisoft and published in 1984.

Texas Instruments 99/4A[edit]

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Developed by Atarisoft and published in 1984.