20 Games Like Stick Hunter: Exciting Ice Hockey()
Ice Hockey is a game of two-on-two ice hockey. One player on each team is the goalie, and the other plays offensive (although, the goalie is not confined to the goal). As in the real sport, the object of the game is to take control of the puck and shoot it into the opposing goal to score points. When the puck is in player control, it moves left and right along the blade of the hockey stick. The puck can be shot at any of 32 angles, depending on the position of the puck when it's shot.
Human players take control of the skater in control of (or closest to) the puck. The puck can be stolen from its holder; shots can also be blocked by the blade of the hockey stick.
Aggressive hockey is back! Experience hockey the way it was meant to be played in this old school arcade style hockey game where blood on the ice is just another day at the rink. Big moustaches, no helmets, dirty hits, bench-clearing brawls, goalie fights, and stick fights – that’s Old Time Hockey.
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Get your skates on and take control of your favorite Kidz Sports characters in some of the wackiest games of ice hockey ever!
• 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!
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.
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.
The Golden Brett returns to the SNES in the improved and updated BRETT HULL HOCKEY ’95. The second game in this series also features a full NHLPA license, so you’re sure to find your favorite players ready to hit the ice. Use every little trick in the book to get the job done: one-timers, fake shots, drop passes, and even dekes.
There are several gameplay options to satisfy any hockey fan: Full Season, Half Season, Playoffs, All-Star Game, and Exhibition. You make all the decisions in the course of a game, whether it’s shuffling your lines, pulling the goalie, or calling the offensive strategy. Choose wisely, because each option could mean the difference between glorious victory and bitter defeat. And with the stellar play-by-play of Al Michaels, you’ll forget that you’re not just watching a game on TV, you’re playing one!
Tecmo Super Hockey features the license from the NHLPA, having the top players of the game at the time. It offers exhibition and regular games as well as playing a season with updated stats and the ability to play in the All-Star game as well. Gameplay is similar to other games, with buttons to pass, shoot, making slap-shots and fake shots, as well as fighting, which is not a common feature. It can be played by two players simultaneously.
Street Hockey '95 is like ice hockey without ice and in urban environments with no-holds barred rules. Instead of ice skates, roller blades are used as players can pick from nine different skaters and assemble their squad in a series of game modes. There are five modes in all: Fat Point, Rush, Whack, Crammit and Hot Puck, each with their own rules, time-limit and scoring system (ex. Fat Point awards players different points by what kind of shot they scored the goal with).
There are six different environments to choose from ranging from empty swimming pools to construction sites filled with various obstacles that can stop the player dead in their tracks, but also has ramps so players can avoid the obstacles. It also features multiplayer capabilities using an adapter to allow four friends to compete head-to-head.
From making that clutch save, to battling for that critical inch in front of the net, our focus is to make sure we’re improving gameplay in all three zones. Through deeper and more customisable experiences in our most popular modes, we’re creating new experiences that add up to our biggest and most exciting hockey game to date. No matter if you’re challenging a friend on the couch, or masterminding a team at the elite levels of competition, with NHL 17, you can shape your hockey legacy where it matters to you.