Smurf Rescue
Release: 1982
Publisher: Coleco/CBS
Developer: Coleco
Type: Adventure
Coleco #: 2443
CBS #: 4L1937, 4L1938, 4L1939, 4L1940


Smurf title screen
Smurf screenshot



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Emballage, programmation et audio-visuel - ©1982 Coleco (Canada) Limitée – Package, Program & Audiovisual
Importé par/Imported by Coleco (Canada) Limitée 4000 St-Ambroise, Montréal, Québec, Canada H4C 2C8


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Cart (Fr)
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Manual (Fr)
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Schtroumfs®, Schtroumpfette® et Gargamel® sont
des marques déposées appartenant à Peyo ©1983Peyo une licence Belokapi.
Fabriqué au Royaume-Uni
Conception, programme, réalisation du logiciel ©1983
Coleco Industries Inc., New York 12010. Licencié exclusif Coleco
Industries Inc. ©'1983 CBS Toys, a Division of CBS Inc.'
Imprimé en Hollande
Barcode : 5 010779 74260 0

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Manual (En)
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Smurf™, Smurfette™ and Gargamel™ are the trademarks of ©Peyo 1982.
Program and Audiovisual ©1983 Coleco Industries, Inc.
Package ©1983 CBS Toys, a Division of CBS Inc.
Made in England by Ideal Toy Co. Ltd., Woodley, Berks.
Printed in Holland
Barcode : 5 010779 74260 0

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Alle Rechte, einschließlich Vervielfältigung und des Verleihs, bleiben – auch bei nur auszugsweiser Verwertung – vorbehalten.
SMURF™, SMURFETTE™ and GARGAMEL™ are trademarks of Peyo © 1982
Package © 1983 CBS Toys, a division pf CBS Inc. Printed in Holland
Barcode : 5 010779 74260 0


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Smurf™, Smurfette™ and Gargamel™ are the trademarks of ©Peyo 1982.
Package ©1983 CBS Inc.,
51 West 52nd Street, N.Y., N.Y. 10019
Program and Audio Visual ©1982 Coleco Industries, Inc. Printed in Holland.
Packaged in The U.K.
ICC 244301


Treacherous Gargamel has captured Smurfette and has trapped her in his lab. To free her, nimble-footed Smurf must run, jump and duck his way through dangerous woods, fields and cavern. Dodger the spooky hawks, bats and spiders sent by Gargamel. Can you rescue Smurfette and save the day?


Repro in 3D
Front (Fr) Back (Fr)3DCart

Label Made By: Phil Boland.

Box layoutMini-box layout  


European catalogue 


Super Game Module Prototype

Super Smurf was to be released for the Super Game Module. But as this module was canceled, the game was canceld too.

Super Smurf-Wafer-Super Game Module

An Intellivision version was planned but never developed or released.

Upon reaching Smurfette's screen, the player can return to the previous screen. Just before the screen changes, it will appear as though the top of Smurfette's dress comes off, making her appear topless.

Smurf is the first in-house Coleco programmed game for the ColecoVision (the first game being Cosmic Avenger programmed by Nuvatec, Inc.).

Paul Jaqueys remembers: The owners of the Smurfs objected to the blue color that ColecoVision could create, it wasn't exactly "Smurfy."

Source: Coleconation #9

Smurf-Atari VCS

Atari 2600