With AGR Las Vegas you can rent the Star Wars Trilogy Arcade Deluxe game for fundraising, team building, trade shows, corporate entertainment, conferences, black-tie dinners, birthday parties, wedding receptions and exhibitions.
Heads will turn, the Star Wars Trilogy Arcade game is an exciting form of entertainment to offer to your clients at a variety of events such as corporate parties, special events and launch parties.
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade Game Introduction
At the start of the game, you choose one of three different missions, each from a different film in the original trilogy. Each selectable mission consists of a few stages; after you finish all stages, you may choose another mission. After you finish two missions, you enter a bonus round of lightsaber combat. After you finish the third mission, you enter another lightsaber combat round, and then you take on a fourth two-stage mission from Return of the Jedi.
The game features the unique Star Wars soundtracks and special effects which link up with the action you see on the screen. Experience the ultimate virtual reality ride using “The Force” making you feel you’re really under attack or fighting with a Light Saber.
In several of the modes, the red Event buttons will light briefly; pressing the button will provide the opportunity for a bonus.
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade Gameplay
The Star Wars Trilogy Arcade game has 4 main levels:
- The Battle of Yavin – Episode IV – A New Hope
- The Battle of Hoth – Episode V The Empire Strikes Back
- The Battle of Endor – On the forest moon – Episode VI – Return Of The Jedi
- The Battle of Endor – Attack on the Death Star – Episode VI – Return Of The Jedi
The first three levels are accessible from the beginning of the game and can be played in any order. Once all three have been played, the final level is unlocked.
The Battle of Yavin details the attack on the first Death Star as seen in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope. The player flies an X Wing against wave after wave of TIE Fighters in the first segment of the level. Once they are all defeated, the player flies across the surface of the Death Star destroying Turbolaser Towers and TIE Fighters alike. Finally Darth Vader makes an appearance flying his TIE Advanced x1. If he is defeated, the player begins his Trench run. Darth Vader makes a second appearance here and the game breaks with canon as his wingmen can be destroyed with proton torpedoes.
The Battle of Hoth features both the Snowspeeders and the escape from Echo Base. The main targets for the snowspeeders are the AT-ST’s but when there is a call for Attack Pattern Delta, snowspeeders make an attack on the necks of AT-AT’s and can decapitate them. After damaging the attacking Imperial forces, the snowspeeder lands and the player proceeds on foot through Echo Base to find the Millennium Falcon. This part of level is notable because it had parts based on deleted scenes of Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back of Wampas in captivity in Echo Base.
The ground portion of the Battle of Endor commences with the Speederbike chase trying to prevent the Imperials from informing their superiors that the rebels have landed. Once all Scout troopers have been stopped, the rebels then move on to attacking the bunker. Every now and again, Ewoks can be summoned to jump on the heads of attacking Stormtroopers. Once the player arrives at the bunker, he is set on by an AT-ST which has to be destroyed with nothing more than a Blaster rifle.
The Final Battle is the Battle of Endor in space whereby the player flies an X-Wing against the might of the Imperial Fleet, over the surface of the second Death Star (which has a tighter, anti-fighter defense) and into the heart of the Main Reactor. The battle is also noted for having to make strafing runs against the occasional Star Destroyer and a duel against a Lambda Shuttle. The Main Reactor is destroyed by firing five sets of proton torpedoes which goes against canon as the X-Wing at this time only has a rack of six. After the Death Star is Destroyed, a montage of the game’s levels is displayed and a final score and rank given.
Once two of the first three levels have been completed, the player engages in a one-on-one fight with Boba Fett as Luke Skywalker during the battle on Jabba’s sail barge. The player is required to block Boba Fett’s blaster shots with a Lightsaber and will occasionally deflect one right back at the bounty hunter. If every possible deflected shot is successful, Fett is sent into the Sarlacc and a bonus is awarded.
After all three first levels are completed, the player again assumes the mantle of Luke Skywalker but this time battles Darth Vader aboard the Death Star. The lightsaber is used to block Vader’s attacks and when he overbalances himself, the player can strike back by pulling off a combination move as indicated on the screen. If all the combination moves are completed, Darth Vader falls and Skywalker’s lightsaber points at Vader. If the lightsaber is turned off at this point, the Emperor growls so be it, Jedi, but if the lightsaber is not turned off, nothing happens.
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From delivery to removal, our trained team is with you.
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade Features
Number of Simultaneous Players: 1
Maximum number of Players: 1
Control Panel Layout: Single Player Ambidextrous
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade Dimensions
Width – 44″
Length – 86″
Height – 89″
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade Weight
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade Power Requirements
One (1) 120v AC, 5amps
All our Arcade Games are easy to setup and can be shipped ANYWHERE!
Star Wars Trilogy Arcade simulator rentals are great to rent for Charity Fundraisers, Casino Event Marketing, Trade Show Booth Promotions, Fun Center Attractions Corporate Events and Employee Incentives.
Promoting your company, your product, or simply adding a nice touch to a family event has never been easier. We can even customize the side or front panels of the Star Wars Trilogy Arcade simulator with your Corporate logo or custom graphics. Let our team of artists and designers take your idea from concept to final product.
With over two decades of experience, we can create the perfect promotional game for your next show, conference, event or TV and film projects. The games AGR Las Vegas offers have been played by millions nationwide. With our knowledge and creative edge, we can help you reach more people while your company profits.
Everything from simply placing your logo on a game up to and including a fully personalized game project.
Would you like a personalized game? Just ask AGR Las Vegas to personalize a game to reflect your organization’s branding. You will enjoy seeing your corporate logo or product information on your custom-wrapped Star Wars Trilogy Arcade game or Casino Night rental at your next event.
If you can conceive it, we can probably do it.
All of us at AGR Las Vegas, are amusement and event game enthusiasts who would love to help you find just the right amusement game rental for your event. Please call us at 702.388.4263 if we can answer any additional questions, or to book your Star Wars Trilogy Arcade game today!