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Adam Cruickshank - 24/09/2007
A great game with great animation. It made the C64 version look average
steve - 27/08/2007
This was a great fun boxing game. The graphics were very good and the game play was great fun. Brings back fond memories.
Panemon - 26/04/2006
I had this game on my Atari 65k XE, back in the mid-80's, and I deffinately enjoyed it. I think I still remember some of the character names, like dip stick, British Bulldog, Bronx Bomber, but I forgot the rest. I used to play this game a lot, and I would love to find it to play it again. The feature where you could create your character and fight with him, was genius.
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Information

GenreSports - Boxing / Martial ArtsYear1985
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherAccolade
ControlsJoystick, KeyboardDeveloperDistinctive Software
Players1, 1 vs. 2, DemoCountryUSA
Programmer(s)

Wong, Amory

LicenseCommercial
Graphic Artist(s)

Panthaky, Ron

Medium Disk 
Sound

Bergen, Gail

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Cover Artist(s)SerialFN-AT
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Book / Magazine Reviews

 Atari User · July, 1988


This game helped to fill a gap that had for a long time been ignored – boxing simulations. Written by Accolade last year, it offers you the chance to create a boxer and then enter into competition with other fighters. You have five different modes of play – construction, main event, sparring, training and tournament. You control your boxer using the joystick and have the choice of eight... [more]


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