List of Back to the Future video games
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This is a list of video games in the Back to the Future franchise and Back to the Future games on other platforms. To date there have been 27 Back to the Future games on 15 different gaming platforms.
Computer and video games
- Back to the Future – Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum
- Back to the Future (video game) – MSX; released by Pony Canyon
- Back to the Future (video game) – MSX2; released by Pony Canyon
- Back to the Future II – Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, ZX Spectrum
- Back to the Future III – Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, ZX Spectrum
- Back to the Future: Blitz Through Time – Facebook
- Back to the Future: The Game – Telltale Games announced on June 9, 2010, that they had acquired rights to produce episodic video games based on the franchise for multiple platforms: the iPad, Mac, Windows, PlayStation 3, and Wii. The game was released as five episodes, with Christopher Lloyd reprising his role as Doc Brown, Claudia Wells reprising as Jennifer, and Michael J. Fox making two cameo appearances. AJ Locascio provided the voice for Marty McFly and Bob Gale assisted with the script. (This is the first of two Universal titles to receive an episodic game adaptation from Telltale, to be followed by Jurassic Park.)
- Back to the Future (1989) – NES; released by LJN; a poorly received game with multiple modes of play
- Back to the Future Part II & III (1990) – NES; released by LJN; a side-scrolling adventure game that allowed traveling back and forth between the different time periods from the trilogy as Marty attempts to correct the timeline and get back to the real 1985
- Super Back to the Future II (1993) – Super Famicom (Japan-only release); a side-scroller that allowed the player to control Marty on the hoverboard while he battled enemies
- Back to the Future II – Sega Master System; released by Arena Entertainment
- Back to the Future III – Sega Genesis/Sega Master System; released by Arena Entertainment
- Universal Studios Theme Park Adventure – Nintendo GameCube; released by Kemco, featured a Back to the Future: The Ride minigame as a level
- Lego Dimensions - PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4/Wii U/Xbox 360/Xbox One; released by WB Games; features playable Marty and Doc, along with other Back to the Future themed content. Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reprise their respective roles.
- Back to the Future: The Pinball (1990) - released by Data East Pinball (now Stern Pinball), designed by Joe Kaminkow and Ed Cebula, with music by Brian L. Schmidt; a pinball game based on the trilogy that features three songs that were featured in the movies: "Back in Time" and "Power of Love" (originally performed by Huey Lewis and the News), and "Doubleback" (originally performed by ZZ Top).
Video Slot machine
- Back to the Future Video Slots (2006) - released by International Game Technology, designed by Joe Kaminkow, written and directed by Bob Gale, and starring Christopher Lloyd as Doc Brown
- On March 7, 2013 Back to the Future: The Game was released for iPhone 4 devices and up, and iPad.
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