This game allows you to play as either the Harlem Globetrotters or their rivals, the Generals, in an exhibition basketball game. The player can choose to have the quarters last from one minute to twelve minutes. Also, if you are playing as the Harlem Globetrotters you are able to pull off special maneuvers such as a behind the back pass, slam dunk, and a piggy back slam. At certain moments during the game the Harlem Globetrotters team can also interfere with the referee by pulling down his pants and tripping him.
A very disappointing, sub-par basketball game based on the show basketball team Harlem Globetrotters. Well, even for 1990, I would say that this is a very poor simulation of the sport. Ugly graphics, hardly any sound, simple and boring gameplay. Just compare it with other basketball games of that time like TV Sports Basketball from Cinemaware. But what would you expect from Softie? Even EA's 1986 One on One is more fun to play than this one. Blocky graphics, bad controls, and downright stupid gameplay with no ball physics whatsoever. Stay far from this Real Dog if you can, unless you somehow must play every single basketball game ever made.
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