- Number of Players
- Release Date
- 12th Dec 1983
- 18th Oct 1985
Wii (Wii Shop)
- 3rd Sep 2007, 500 points
- 20th Apr 2007, 500 points
- 27th Mar 2007, 500 points
Wii U eShop
- 28th Aug 2014, $4.99
- 22nd Jan 2015, £3.49
- Controller Support
- Official Site
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