20 Games Like Ice Hockey()
Pro Sport Hockey is an Ice Hockey game, developed by TOSE and published by Jaleco Entertainment, which was released in 1993.
An Ice Hockey game from the Actua Sports franchise. It has a sequel which was released in 1999.
One of several unreleased sports titles that Fox Interactive had planned for release in 1998. The series of titles were shown at E3 '98, but only College Hoops and Golf were released.
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• Pick Up and Play: Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to skate rings around the competition and slap shot your way to victory!
• Hours of Fun: Defeat all challengers in the single-player Knockout Cup tournament, or take on a friend in two-player head-to-head action!
• Wild Zany Action: This isn't your parents' ice hockey game! Unleash dominating Super Moves with Wii Remote gestures, like chip shots, power shots, and more!
A hockey game released in Sweden in late 1995. The gameplay is based on the NHL games but it's starring the teams and players from the swedish hockey league Elitserien.
Champion Ice Hockey is a simplistic ice hockey game built for the SG-1000. It was only released in Japan.
You play as the Red team vs. the Blue team. One button shoots, while the other button passes. Up and down control not only your goalie, but also the direction of the scoring shot.
A hockey game released in Sweden in late 1994. The gameplay is based on the NHL games but it's starring the teams and players from the swedish hockey league Elitserien.
Backyard Hockey returns for 2005 with a new lineup of NHL kids and new 3d gameplay. This year you can draft from 30 backyard kids and 14 NHL Stars. You can also create custom players that improve with experience. All 30 NHL teams are included along with favorite backyard teams from earlier editions.
The game features three modes: Quick play, Season Play and Exhibition. The games can take place in nine different rinks including Sharkbelly Shores, Ice Castle Arcade and street hockey areas. As you progress you can unlock secret NHL players, rinks, bonus music etc.
The game keeps stats of players and teams throughout the season. Also a bonus Air Hockey Mini-Game is included.
Stick Hunter: Exciting Ice Hockey is a game for the Famicom released only in Japan in 1987. It was never released in North America. Stick Hunter was the first actual ice hockey game created for a Nintendo gaming system.
The game was designed so that 1 player could play against the computer, or 2 players could play simultaneously against each other. The length of the periods and difficulty level could both be adjusted.
Playing as a character who has possession of the puck, the character could not only skate faster, but could only shoot the puck forward. So if the player wanted to pass to a teammate, the character on screen would have to be facing the person to which he's passing. The same applied to shooting at the net and attempting to score a goal. The character would have to be facing the opposing net. A player without the puck could only skate faster. If the goalie had control of the puck, he could only pass to a teammate.
As in the real-world sport of hockey, the object is to score more goals than the opposing team.
It's fast skating', hip checkin', high scoring action. Lead your team into center ice, over the opponent's blue line. Pass over to the point and set up for the tip in - Score! Choose a country for you and your opponent, select a level of play and face off at center ice to become the top goal scorer in Nintendo's Ice Hockey! Get charged with a penalty and test your defense. Or attack on a power play and use your puck handling skills to catch your opponents off guard.
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As opposed to the more realistic hockey gameplay seen in Electronic Arts' NHL series, the game featured a more unrealistic arcade-style of gameplay, featuring moves such as "power saves", which caused the goaltender to briefly transform into a brick wall, "power shots", which would set the net on fire or knock the goalie into the net, and "power checks", which would send an ambulance across the top of the screen. It featured high-scoring games and over-the-top fights. There was also a simulation mode for those looking for more realistic gameplay. The game allowed the creation of profiles and would keep track of important individual and team stats, including goals, assists, and wins, among others.
Wayne Gretzky is the game's cover athlete, and also serves as the in-game coach for beginners. This marked the first time that the EA Sports NHL series featured a retired ice hockey player on the cover as well as Wayne Gretzky's first appearance on a cover of a video game since 2006
Sony Computer Entertainment's first foray into the world of professional ice hockey. The game was made for the 1995-1996 NHL season and the FaceOff brand continued into the 21st Century.
Slapshot Rebound is a physics-based multiplayer game where you play an arcade style match of hockey. No shoot button, no puck glue, no RNG.
It’s up to you and your team to take control of the puck, rotate your stick to pass, shoot, outplay your opponents. Score the most goals before time runs out to win.
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.
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Hat Trick is an ice hockey based arcade game released by Bally Sente in 1984. Each team in the game consists of two players, including a goaltender. The game takes an overhead view of the rink. At the end of each game, an ice resurfacer is seen cleaning the ice.
Hat Trick features a two-on-two version of ice hockey. The player controls both hockey players at the same time, with each up and down movement of the joystick also moving the goaltender across his goal line. Goals are scored each time a player successfully shoots the puck across the opposing goal line. The number of saves are also displayed on the scoreboard, solely for reference. The winner is the player who outscores their opponent in a game length of two minutes. If the scores are tied after the clock has run down, a maximum of twenty seconds of overtime is played until one player scores to be declared the winner. The game is for one or two players simultaneously.
From the opening Face-Off it's six on six pro-style hockey at its best. Their are eight teams for you to captain: Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, Montreal, Edmonton, Minnesota, Toronto and Chicago. You can challenge a friend, or take on a multi-talented computer squad. You can also choose from three difficulty levels - Junior, College and Pro.
Throughout the game, you'll constantly be tested by every intense element of championship hockey, from Penalty and Overtime Scenes to Knockout Smash-Hit Fight Scenes. Speed, strength, quickness and instinct are talents you must possess if you plan to prevail, especially when the anger flares, gloves come off and fists start flying.
It's hard hitting action at its toughest. And you'll soon learn that in this league nothing's ever given to you, and before you can reach your goals - you have to score them. You've gotta master the artful skill of a finesse player and the bone crushing brutality of an enforcer. You'd better be versatile as well, because you must skillfully control your forwards, centers, defensemen and even the goalie, who'll defend the net against unrelenting Power Plays (which will occur if you lose a fight and have your battered carcass banned to the Penalty Box).