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Copyright/Publisher: Epyx, Programmed By: Greg Omi,
Release Year: 1987, Genre: Baseball, Number Of Players: 1 or 2
* One of the BEST baseball games for playability on the C64. Play against a friend, or the computer.

* Choose your own amateur ball club. Each of the 16 players has his own personality. All have street smarts.

* Split screen view allows you to "home in" on a specific playing area while keeping an eye on the whole field.

* Obstacles on this sandlot bring new dimension to the traditional baseball game.

Zzap64! Overall Rating: 82%
A fresh approach to an otherwise jaded format.

It's a HIT! It's bottom of the ninth on 52nd street...the count's 0 and 2...the pitcher winds, throws and..CRACK!..a long fly ball to Ralph's territory out in the left field..

Ralph is on the run - didging tree trunks, sloshing through puddles, beating through bushes - then whipping the ball homeward, he recovers just in time to see Butch complete a sacrificial slide onto an old trash can lid that doubles as home plate... In the big leagues they call that a "run".

In Street Sports Baseball it's know as survival.

The Players You Can Choose!
The Players You Can Choose!
Field 1
Field 1
Field 2
Field 2