|Cartridge --- Original Instruction --- Box|
Genre: Maze / Strategy
Rarity Loose: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Extremly Rare, Prototype
Rarity Complete In Box: Common, Uncommon, Rare, Extremly Rare, Prototype
Value Traded from around: 40 to xxx U.S. $
Arcade Related: No
Year of Its Original Release: (July 24, 1984) / 2000
Initially © and Licenses: Cheshire Ingineering for Activision Inc., Intellivision, Retrotopia
Original Programmer and/or Designer: David Rolfe
ColecoVision Game Programmed by: David Rolfe
ColecoVision Sound Programmed by: David Rolfe
ColecoVision Sound Output: SN 76489AN / AY-3-8910A / Compatible
ColecoVision Graphics Programmed by: David Rolfe, Coleco Inc. (Looping)
Color Compatibility: No
Original and Other Platforms besides This: ColecoVision
This Platform: ColecoVision & ADAM Family Computer or Compatible Systems
ColecoVision PCB Size, Type and Producent: 16kb., Unknown
ColecoVision Product #: None
Free Digital Downdload Possible: Yes
Sound Test or Ringtone Possible: No
ColecoVision Cartridge #, Casing and Producent: None, Standard Black U.S. Style, Coleco Inc. / CVG
ColecoVision Label Art and Design by: Keith Robinson 2000, CVG 2014
ColecoVision Manual Layout and Design by: Intellivision Productions
ColecoVision Manual # and Manufacturer: None, Intellivision Productions U.S.A.
ColecoVision Box Art and Design by: Keith Robinson, Intellivision Productions, Marc Oberhäuser
ColecoVision Box # and Manufacturer: None, Intellivision Productions U.S.A.
Number of Players: 2
Required: ColecoVision or any Compatible System + Controllers
Publisher and Year: Retrotopia / Intellivision Production Inc. CGE 2000, CVG 2014
ColecoVision.dk Game #: 127
Purchased: March 14, 2014
Arrived: April 29, 2014
High Score / Save Game Feature: Yes / No
Pause Feature: Yes, press " 0 "
More on Wikipedia regarding this ColecoVision version: No
Note: Technical Engineer: Sean Kelly, Associate Producer: Lisa M. Dawson, Box Artwork: Kieth Robinson, Activision Inc.: Graham Fuchs
Play against computer or against another player head-to-head.
Eitherway, you must use your Steamroller to repair the ever-deteriorating convoluted roadway:
Potholes into Manholes, and if one of those smiling Beachballs falls into a Manhole, it bounces out a killer Beachbomb !.
So fix Potholes, pop Beachballs and watch out for that other Steamroller !.
ColecoVision High Score For Steamroller "1":
Game # 127, Steamroller is last updated: December 10, 2017.