Atari Games

Veröffentlichung 9. September 1988
Vertrieb Atari Games
Atari Games Corp.
675 Sycamore Dr
Milpitas, CA 95035
Entwicklung Atari Games
Atari Games Corp.
675 Sycamore Dr
Milpitas, CA 95035
Produktcode 49700
Spieldesign John Salwitz
David A. Ralston
Programmierung John Salwitz
Paul Kwinn
Grafik und Animation David A. Ralston
Mark West
Will Noble
Deborah Short
Musik Brad Fuller
Hal Canon
Don Diekneite
Byron Sheppard
Genre Sport – American Football
Steuerung Joystick + Button
Spieler 1–4 (gleichzeitig)
Tonausgabe Stereo
Bildschirmtyp Rasterbildschirm (2×)
Bildausrichtung horizontal
Bauform Standgerät
Abmessungen H×B×T 208×140×95 cm
Gewicht 216 kg
Produktion 1250 Stück
Wertung ★★★★★

Atari Games Cyberball
Head to Head… Metal on Metal… It's a Fight to the Finish!!

A two-monitor mini-stadium style cabinet provides the setting for interactive four-player futuristic football. Simple controls, an 8-way joystick and button put players in control of the team of their choice, like the Los Angeles Assassins or the New York Enforcers! Players select offensive and defensive plays, time-outs and even replacements for weak or demolished players. Cyberball is an extremely violent sport full of colliding metal and exploding shrapnel.
Players select offensive and defensive plays, passes, laterals and blitzes. Defensive players are even equipped with a "turbo defense" button to prevent breakaway plays. Atari takes you to the year 2022, and the world of Cyberball… the most innovative football game ever!

Das Spiel wurde auf Amstrad/Schneider CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, NES, MS-DOS, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis und Sinclair ZX Spectrum portiert.

Weitere Teile der Cyberball-Reihe
Cyberball 2072 / Tournament Cyberball 2072 (Atari Games, 1989)

Crystal Castles Cyberball 2072

Letzte Seitenbearbeitung: 16. Oktober 2023