Discs of Tron is an arcade game released in 1983. It is the sequel to TRON, both of which are based on Disney's motion picture, TRON.
The player as Tron must beat Sark by throwing discs at him (a maximum of three at a time, which would return to the player) and eventually derezz him or push him outside the platforms. While the player, along with the discs, can use a deflector, Sark has two more weapons: a chaser and a super chaser, that can only be destroyed with the discs.
As the game progresses, the player is given different configurations of platform rings to jump and stand on. The video game also uses a spinning knob that is used to move a mouse-like cursor around the playing field so you can judge where the discs will deflect off the walls and on later levels the knob can be pulled up or pushed down depending on the height of the platforms.
This game was going to go on the original Tron game, but was moved off due to hardware limitations and time constraints.
A port of this game was included as a hidden bonus in TRON 2.0 for the Game Boy Advance. It is also available as a selectable game on Xbox Live Arcade.
|Arcade game series|
|TRON | Discs of TRON|
|Console game series|
| Tron: Deadly Discs | Tron: Maze-A-Tron | Tron: Solar Sailer | Adventures of Tron |
Tron 2.0/Killer App | Tron: Evolution | Tron: Evolution - Battle Grids
|Kingdom Hearts II | Ricochet|