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The Jetsons: George Jetson and the Legend of Robotopia
Box artwork for The Jetsons: George Jetson and the Legend of Robotopia.
Developer(s)Dreamers' Guild
Designer(s)Robert McNally, Michelle McNally
Release date(s)
Genre(s)Point-and-click adventure
System(s)Commodore Amiga
ModesSingle player
Followed byThe Jetsons: The Computer Game
SeriesThe Jetsons
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This is the first game in the The Jetsons series. For other games in the series see the The Jetsons category.

The Jetsons: George Jetson and the Legend of Robotopia is: a point-and-click adventure game, which was developed by Dreamers' Guild for Microillusions and released on the Commodore Amiga in 1989; it is based on the Hanna-Barbera television series of the same name, which originally aired from 1962 to 1963 (but later gained a crossover movie, The Flintstones Meet The Jetsons, in 1987). The gameplay is similar to many other adventure games but it uses a mouse instead of a keyboard.


This is from the back of the disk's inlay card (the front of which is displayed in the image to the right):

It's the end of another long day for George Jetson as he returns to the
bosom of his family in the skypad apartments.
"What a day!"
"I'm home."
"Astro, get off your father!"
"Herro, Rorge."
"Daddy, I'm so glad you're home. Can I have the keys to the car?"
"Welcome home dear. The megamall is having a sale. I need some money!"
"Hi, Pop! Can you get me some parts for my science fair project?"
"Thank you, dear. Go have something to eat."
"Sorry son, I have to get to bed early."
"I love you, Daddy!"
"Hiya, Rosie. How about some dinner?"
"Sure thing, Mr. J! I'll punch it in."
"Oops! Looks like Orbitty has been taking things apart again! How about some syntho-coffee?"
"Never mind, Rosie. I'm going to bed."
"Not so fast, Jetson!"
"Mr. Spacely!"
"You'd better not be late for work tomorrow, Jetson! I've got some important work for you!"
"I'd better set the autowaker for six o'clock!"
© Hanna-Barbera Productions Inc. 1989

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