Space Ace (DSiWare)

Game Profile

Play as the heroic Ace and stop the evil Commander Borf from taking over the Earth.

Borf plans to reduce all of humankind to infants and take over the planet. Only two people have the courage and strength to stop Borf and save Earth: the beautiful Kimberly and the heroic Ace. But as they approach Borf's stronghold, Ace is changed into a child by the Infanto Ray and Kimberly is kidnapped by the evil madman. Space Ace is a fully animated arcade classic from legendary animator Don Bluth. You'll make your way through bizarre new worlds by using your Nintendo DSiā„¢ system to move and fire your laser gun. Beware of your foes, as they are numerous. The fate of Earth is in your hands.

Game Review


USA USA Version

Posted by Philip J Reed

Jedi school dropout

Originally released to arcades in 1984, Space Ace sought to recapture the magic of its predecessor, Dragon's Lair. And by "magic" we mean "ability to eat money." Gameplay was not high on the list of priorities for the team that...

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User Comments (1)



AnotherWorld said:

Excellent port of the original Arcade game, yet a very biased review. The review assumes users are not adequately outfitted for this type of gameplay and further faults the control scheme and memorization involved with such a game.

Sound and video are limited by the MOBI codec yet gameplay is fluid and remains just as fun as the original. Of the possible ports one could own across the last 10 years, this one can be easily recommended.

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