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Street Hoop, known in Japan as Dunk Dream (ダンクドリーム?) and known in North America as Street Slam, is a basketball video game developed by Data East for Neo-Geo, released in 1994. The game features three-on-three basketball match-ups with a variety of different teams.
Super Baseball 2020 is a futuristic baseball video game. It was first released in Japan for the Neo Geo in 1991, and then it was later released in North America for the Mega Drive/Genesis (ported by NuFX and released by Electronic Arts) and Super Nintendo Entertainment System (released by Tradewest) in 1993.
The game follows the basic rules of baseball, but there are several upgrades since the game takes place in the year 2020. The most obvious difference from real baseball is that some of the characters in this game are robots. All the human characters are equipped with powerful armor, computer sensors, and jet-packs for improved offense and defensive skills.
Defy gravity! Don't be constrained to two dimensions ever again! Zero Gravity Pool™ is a new sci-fi spin on an old classic. Featuring a gravity-neutralizing pool table, the game of billiards is finally promoted to the third dimension! Find new and challenging trick shots in geometries never before imagined.Play using your virtual reality (VR) system, with a gamepad, or mouse and keyboard.
You can play table tennis in outer space!!
You feel refreshed! You can choose 6 play zones in this game.
Sky Arena , On the raft , Under the cherry trees , Street basketball court , Seaside golf course , Outer space.
You can enjoy ping pong in an unreal world.
VR Dream Match Baseball is experience to challenge Big League pitchers.
Challenge a pro’s fastballs and breaking balls as a batter and catcher! With true hitting/catching sensation. You can experience a real pitcher’s balls in a big league baseball stadium with realistic sensation as a catcher or batter.
Unlike RamTek's original PONG-version of Hockey, General Instrument's Hockey features actual hockey-goals. The novelty was that the ball could bounce behind these as well.
With the introduction of GI's hockey-game, RamTek's version was from then on usually referred to as "Soccer" on first generation consoles.
Published in 1993, the original Super Sidekicks (known as Tokuten Ou, "Goal-Scoring King" in Japan) was SNK's first soccer video game. It features 12 teams divided into two groups which compete for the "SNK Cup" (the main differences between teams is their formations on the field):
Group A: Germany, Italy, Spain, England, Mexico, Japan
Group B: Argentina, Holland, Brazil, France, United States, South Korea
The players' team plays against all the others in their group, then it goes into an elimination tournament's semifinals and then the final to win the cup. There was also a hidden feature in the game, which wasn't documented, and affects a single player game. During a free kick for the CPU if the player has tapped button A for player two, the CPU performs a short-shot, while pressing the button A performs a longer kick.