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Asterix and the Secret Mission
Box artwork for Asterix and the Secret Mission.
Developer(s) Sega
Publisher(s) Sega
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Platform
System(s) Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear
Players 1-2
Preceded by Asterix in Morgenland
Followed by The Great Rescue
Series Asterix

Asterix and the Secret Mission is the second of Sega's Asterix games. It was released for the Sega Master System in 1993, and there was also a lesser-known Sega Game Gear port. Unlike the first game, the Secret Mission does not have a time limit, and handles scoring differently. Both Asterix and Obelix are playable; rather than the slightly differing levels of the previous game, this game features some entirely different segments or even levels depending on which character is used. The game supports one to two players; in two-player mode players take turns completing the levels.

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editAsterix series

1980s: Asterix · Obelix · Magic Cauldron · Magic Carpet · Operation Getafix

1990s: Asterix (Sega) (Arcade) (Infogrames) (PlayStation) · In Morgenland · Secret Mission · Great Rescue · Power of the Gods · Caesar's Challenge · Asterix & Obelix

2000s: Search for Dogmatix · Take on Caesar · Gallic War · Mega Madness · XXL · XXL 2 · Olympic Games · Brain Trainer

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