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* PragmaticAdaptation: The Atari 2600 game ''Astroblast'' replaced the hyperspace feature of the Intellivision game with the option to play the game with either the joystick controller or the paddle controller, with the paddle controller allowing the player to move rapidly along the bottom of the screen to evade falling objects.


* EasterEgg: An ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' clone called ''Meteor!'' (the original working title of the game) was hidden within the game's code on the Intellivision version.

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* EasterEgg: An ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' clone called ''Meteor!'' (the original working title of the game) was hidden within the game's code on the Intellivision version. It was meant to be completely unplayable, but a bug with initializing the console meant that sometimes the game would boot up to the ''Meteor!'' title screen. Later re-releases by the Blue Sky Rangers enabled the ''Meteor!'' code deliberately.



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* EverythingTryingToKillYouEverythingTryingToKillYou: Not only will even the smallest collision destroy your ship, the Spinner enemies can kill you just by reaching the ground.


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The Atari 2600 version is not to be confused with [[WesternAnimation/{{Astroblast}} the 2013 kids' show of the same name]].


'''Astrosmash''' is an UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} game published by [[Creator/{{Mattel}} Mattel Electronics]], which was also ported to the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}} as '''Astroblast'''.

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'''Astrosmash''' ''Astrosmash'' is an UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} game published by [[Creator/{{Mattel}} Mattel Electronics]], which was also ported to the UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}} as '''Astroblast'''.
''Astroblast''.


* EasterEgg: An ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' clone called ''Meteor!'' (the original working title of the game) was hidden within the game's code.

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* EasterEgg: An ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' clone called ''Meteor!'' (the original working title of the game) was hidden within the game's code.code on the Intellivision version.


* EasterEgg: An ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' clone called ''Meteor!'' (the original working title of the game) can be accessed.

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* EasterEgg: An ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' clone called ''Meteor!'' (the original working title of the game) can be accessed.was hidden within the game's code.

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* EasterEgg: An ''VideoGame/{{Asteroids}}'' clone called ''Meteor!'' (the original working title of the game) can be accessed.

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* ScoreMultiplier: Point values for objects on the screen increase by x times its normal value when passing certain score levels.


* [[EveryTenThousandPoints Every 1,000 Points]]: You get a new gun every time your peak score passes a 1,000-point mark.

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* [[EveryTenThousandPoints Every 1,000 Points]]: You get a new gun every time your peak score passes a 1,000-point mark, but only once per 1,000-point mark.


* VideoGameLives: Ten in the Atari 2600 version, with an extra one awarded every 1,000 points.

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* VideoGameLives: Ten Five in the Intellivision version and ten in the Atari 2600 version, with an extra one awarded every 1,000 points.


* AsteroidMonster: Large meteors will break off into smaller meteors when hit and will drop in diagonal directions.

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* AsteroidMonster: AsteroidsMonster: Large meteors will break off into smaller meteors when hit and will drop in diagonal directions.

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* AsteroidMonster: Large meteors will break off into smaller meteors when hit and will drop in diagonal directions.

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* EverythingTryingToKillYou

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