Time until Q*bert release!

Already released in Europe [EU] on Philips Videopac G7000

RegionTime leftPlatform
Europe [EU]Philips Videopac G7000
North America [NA]Arcade
North America [NA]ColecoVision
North America [NA]Atari 5200
North America [NA]Commodore VIC-20
North America [NA]Atari 8-bit
Japan [JP]SG-1000
North America [NA]Intellivision
North America [NA]Atari 2600
North America [NA]Commodore C64/128
North America [NA]Texas Instruments TI-99
North America [NA]PC DOS
Japan [JP]MSX
North America [NA]Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Japan [JP]Game Boy
North America [NA]PlayStation 3
Europe [EU]PlayStation 3



Q*bert was a popular arcade game that was released on a large number of consoles in the early 1980s. It was developed and published by Gottlieb, and became their most successful game. The concept serves as a precursor to the isometric platformer genre, where the title character must work to turn all cubes to a certain colour in a psuedo-3D world, made 3D through isometric graphics in the same way that the Penrose Stairs was made. The game was widely successful and has become a highly recognizable brand of the 1980s gaming era.