Super Stardust HD is a downloadable game for the PlayStation 3 video game console developed by the Finnish company Housemarque. The game objective is similar to the classic Asteroids that requires the player to destroy virtually everything on screen combined with a frenetic pace that is more reminiscent of modern titles such as Geometry Wars. The game itself is an enhanced version of the classic Amiga game Super Stardust, itself a sequel to the game Stardust.
According to Super Stardust HD worldwide game scores, the game sold about 25,000 copies within the first five days of its release. On July 2, 2008, Super Stardust HD became the first PlayStation 3 game to receive a patch that allowed use of Sony's new Trophy system.