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On level 8, Luke Skywalker in his X-Wing battles Boba Fett's Slave I! Illogical since Han would be on board, but very cool nevertheless.

Conflicting dates on the release: LucasArts.com (Archive.org copy) and Wookiepedia both say December 1991; the Nintendo (NES) version was released December 30, 1991 and the Gameboy version was released March 1992.

Meanwhile, IMDb and Wikipedia both say March 1992 for NES.

Developers: Lucasfilm Games and Sculptured Software
Publisher: JVC
Designers: Mike Ebert and Kalani Streicher
Programmer: Ken Grant
Artists: Harrison Fong, Armand Cabrera and Jon Knoles
Composer: Paul Webb
Platform: Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy
Genre: 2D Action Platformer Adventure
Mode: single-player

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