20 Games Like Dr. J and Larry Bird Go One on One(TBA)
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Score! Hero, from the award winning makers of Score! World Goals, Dream League Soccer & First Touch Soccer.
BE THE HERO! Pass, Shoot & Score your way to legendary status, as you explore the dramatic career of your HERO player over 460 challenging levels!
Immersive free flowing 3D Score! Gameplay lets you control the action. Split defences with precise through balls, or bend shots into the top corner, putting you in control for an unrivalled mobile soccer experience.
90 / 10044.5
Put yourself in the Front Office with Front Office Football, the professional football simulation from Solecismic Software.
Manage your roster through trading, free agency and the amateur draft. Create game plans, organize depth charts and watch your franchise thrive for decades.
60 / 10003.0
Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls and Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics were the only two characters in the game, which allowed the player to participate in a one on one basketball game. Mini-games included a slam dunk contest (utilizing Jordan) and a three point contest (utilizing Bird).
In the game you play street basketball two-on-two with your friends or with the computer. So there are no referees, no fouls, and no shot clock, but the teams called by the names of cities such as Phoenix or Chicago. You can choose your player from 16 available players, including Barkley himself.
Slam Dunk: Kyougou Makkou Taiketsu! is a basketball game based on the anime Slam Dunk
DRIVE, PASS, SHOOT, SCORE! Now you can slam dunk like the pros!Magic Johnson's Fast Break is slammin' jammin' basketball action. Play against the computer or an opponent. Up to four players can play simultaneously. Head for the hoop and slam dunk the ball! The better you get the better your salary gets! Simple enough for beginners, challenging enough for pros. Shoot free throws, 3-pointers, execute special plays, and more! Master all five levels of this ultimate basketball contest!
You're a high-scoring point guard capable of awesome vertical leaps and hangtime. Matter of fact, you can do it all! Dribble. Bounce-pass. Fake. Pivot. Jump. Shoot. Play Man or Zone. Drive the lane -- is the defender all over you? Give him a move and jam, slam in his face!
Compatible with the Wii Balance Board, Shawn Johnson Gymnastics offers a truly realistic experience in the following gymnastics events: floor exercise, vault, balance beam and uneven parallel bars. Featuring the guidance and voice of Olympic gold medalist, all-round champion and "Dancing with the Stars" winner Shawn Johnson, the game invites up to eight players to train and compete in the exciting world of professional gymnastics.
Aspiring gymnasts can work their way from amateur to champion as they master gymnastics maneuvers on four apparatuses, including uneven bars, balance beam, floor, and vault. Featuring exclusive bonus content of Shawn Johnson that players can unlock by perfecting routines, the game allows players to experience the thrill of this inspirational sport right in their own living room and includes a choreograph editor for creating and planning out routines.
Shawn Johnson Gymnastics for the Wii, lets players utilize the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to compete and execute routines, while the pressure sensitivity feature of the Balance Board challenges their coordination and captures their lower-body movements.
David Robinson's Supreme Court is a basketball game with both exhibition and tournament modes. Choose one out of four fictional teams and then draft various skilled fictional players onto the team. Exhibition mode lets the player choose to either player 3 on 3 or 5 on 5 while tournament mode only allows for 5 on 5 play. The game also features a roleplaying mode where the player takes the role of and controls only one player on the court.
Tournament mode lets the players team play the three other teams with the prize being a chance to go up against David Robinson's All-Stars. Speaking of which, David Robinson offers commentary at the halftime of games.
A basketball game featuring 28 teams. Even though the game doesn't carry an NBA license, 27 of the teams are based on the cities of their real professional counterparts of that era. The other team is an all star team.
The game has an exhibition and playoff mode. Exhibition is the usual team vs team game, while the playoff mode has 8 teams competing to win the championship. Players can choose to turn fouls on or off and also choose how many minutes each quarter will be.
The game features a vertical basketball court, with only half of the court shown at any one time. When a player takes the ball from one side of the court to the other, the screen rotates and then the other half of the court is shown.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson gives commentary before a game, while broadcaster Chick Hearn gives the play by play during the game.
Super Dunk Star is a basketball game somewhat based on the NBA but with entirely fictional teams. Most of the action is depicted NBA Jam style, with a horizontal view of the court and large sprites for the athletes. Upon scoring a field goal from up close (slam dunks or otherwise), the camera briefly changes to a dynamic shot of the basket.
The game was developed by C-Lab and published by Sammy Studios exclusively in Japan.
Slam Dunk: Gakeppuchi no Kesshou League is a Game Boy basketball game based on the anime Slam Dunk.
Foes of Ali is a 3-D boxing game with ten different boxers to choose from: George Chuvalo, Henry Cooper, Jimmy Ellis, Bob Foster, Joe Frazier, Sonny Liston, Ken Norton, Leon Spinks, Chuck Wepner and of course the games namesake Muhammad Ali.
There are three modes to choose from: Exhibition where the player can choose any boxer to fight another, or the player can choose any of Ali's historic fights to play, Tournament where a player fights a series of boxers in an 8 man tournament tree to become champion and Career Mode, where the player can only play as Muhammed Ali and fight the other boxers in order as he did in real life.
Players fight opponents with the basic punch moves, jabs, uppercuts and hooks along with defensive moves like blocking and grabbing. Fatigue is not simulated, but players can slow down their opponents after a series of large successful hits along with bruises, blooded and black eyes.
There are 21 different camera views to choose from, including first-person that will react to their fighters being hit (ex. if a player keeps getting hit in the eyes, the screen will start to blacken, simulating a swollen eye and if they take a hard enough punch they will actually see the game through double vision). Championship photos of each boxer is also show before a fight and commentary is provided by Tim Gammon.