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Jimmy Connors Pro Tennis Tour screenshotJimmy Connors Pro Tennis Tour 1991
Jimmy Conners Pro Tennis Tour attempts to be all things to all people interested in a simulation of tennis. On many levels it succeeds admirably but more often than not it falls short of it's lofty goals. The most glaring and unfortunately the most important flaw in the game is...


Jimmy White's 2: Cueball screenshotJimmy White's 2: Cueball 1998
Snooker and pool games suffer from one major and obvious flaw: why pay tens of dollars for a computer simulation when you can play the real thing in a local bar for a dollar or so? Luckily, Jimmy White's 2: Cueball doesn't suffer from this limitation as the game is actually...


Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker screenshotJimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker 1991
A 3D snooker simulator. The table and cue can be turned through almost any angle, with shot strength and spin as required too. An on-screen dotted white line shows the path of your ball, including the next bounce. There is also a "trick-shot" mode, allowing you to recreate classic snooker trick...


Joe Montana Football screenshotJoe Montana Football 1990
The license in this game is for famous player Joe Montana, but not for the NFL itself, so the teams represent cities rather than real-world teams, and the roster of players is fictional, although they can be fully edited. All the major rules of major league football are intact. The action...


John Elway's Quarterback screenshotJohn Elway's Quarterback 1988
In John Elway's Quarterback, it's one player vs. the computer or two human players going head-to-head in single-game American football action. Select your team's home city (there is no NFL or NFLPA license, so there are no real teams or players) and then battle the opposing team for four 15-minute...


John Madden Football (a.k.a. John Madden American Football) screenshotJohn Madden Football (a.k.a. John Madden American Football) 1989
Old american football simulation co-designed by famous sportscaster John Madden. The first game in EA's long-running Madden series. Different versions of this game have been available on almost every platform - with the Mega Drive version being the most famous of them all. The game concentrates more on tactics than...


John Madden Football II screenshotJohn Madden Football II 1991
Follow-up to John Madden Football, JMF II improves upon the classic with decent VGA graphics, ADLIB music, and overall much nicer presentation. Quite an in-depth sports sim for its time, although nowhere near as deep as Front Page Sports: Football years later. Still, a decent-sized playbook, competent AI, and fluid...


Jonah Barrington's Squash screenshotJonah Barrington's Squash 1988
I'd always thought that squash was a silly game played by overweight and middle-aged executive types to burn off the worst effects of their business lunches. The obvious reason for playing it inside a big indoor 'box' is to stop the rest of us from seeing them at it and...


Jonah Lomu Rugby screenshotJonah Lomu Rugby 1998
Based on the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa and officially licenced by player of the tournament Jonah Lomu, this game plays as more of an arcade style of gameplay rather than a sports simulation. Players can compete in the full World Cup, a round-robin league, or a knock-out...


Karate Fighter screenshotKarate Fighter 2000
Given the popularity of one-on-one fighting games, it is disappointing that PC games based on actual rules of oriental fighting sports such as karate or judo are few and far between. Since the days of EA's excellent Budokan and Epyx's World Championship Karate, there have been far more "unrealistic" fighting...


KartingRace screenshotKartingRace 2002
KartingRace is an excellent 3D gokart racing game from a Danish author. The game offers two race-modes: practice and race. Up to 6 players can compete via TCP/IP, and the game supports a complete range of controllers, including mouse, joystick, and even the steering wheel. What sets KartingRace apart from...


KartRace (beta) screenshotKartRace (beta) 1996
This is a beta version of KartRace, a fun kart racing game that was released only in Korea. The game is identical to the release version in every way except the beta notice. The game is best described as the Korean version of Virgin's fun SuperKarts game. It is similar in...


Kelly Slater's Pro Surfer screenshotKelly Slater's Pro Surfer 2003
Players guide World Professional Surfing Champion Kelly Slater across some of the best waves that the beaches of the world have to offer in this release for the PlayStation 2 console. Slater is joined by Lisa Andersen, Tom Carroll, Donavon Frankenreiter, and several other professional surfers of international renown in...


Kick Off 2 screenshotKick Off 2 1990
The original Kick Off was expanded on in many ways for this sequel. The game now features full tournament modes (although the players on the teams are fictitious) and four different pitches (including an implementation of plastic pitches, whose uneven bounce cause controversy when several British clubs tried them in...


Kick Off 3: European Challenge screenshotKick Off 3: European Challenge 1994
The third entry in the Kick Off series is the first that offers a isometric view instead of the old top-down view. In the game there are four competitions (World Cup Finals, League, Knock Out Cup and the challenge). There is several options for game speed and ball control to...


Kick Off 97 screenshotKick Off 97 1997
Start your virtual soccer season off right with KickOff 97. Select your dream team from over 300 international teams, 5,200 players and five cup tournaments, and then head to the field to argue with the ref, beat on opponents, and suffer from player fatigue as you work your way towards...


Kick Off 98 screenshotKick Off 98 1997
Kick Off 98 is an international-team based football game, released to take advantage of the forthcoming 1998 World Cup. Game modes include practice (with several situations available, such as corners, dribbling and free kicks), warm up (a mode where the level of play increases as the player learns to play...


Killerball screenshotKillerball 1991
In the dark future the new brutal sports game will be invented - Killerball - a blend of American Football, Roller-Skating, and Pinball. The three leagues (Elite, Major and Minor) will differ by the level of brutality. The action takes place in a circular rink. Each team of five players...


Kimaru screenshotKimaru 2001
This is a strange little golf game, played with a side view, and holes resembling more the screens of platform games. Using Left and Right arrow keys, you must decide the power of the shot, and with Up and Down you choose the type of bouncing, until you find the...


Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling screenshotKingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling 1995
Kingpin: Arcade Sports Bowling is a bowling game with support to 6 players, who can be human or CPU-controlled. Player statistics can be built up as you play On the the bottom right of the bowling alley screen there is a power gauge that can be altered pressing the Up and...


Kings of the Beach screenshotKings of the Beach 1988
Kings of the Beach is a two on two beach volleyball game. You must quickly move your team about on the sand performing serves, thumps, and spikes to not only out-perform but also out-smart the opposing team. There are 15 levels and 20 challengers to beat, on famous beaches like Rio,...


Knight Games screenshotKnight Games 1988
Knight Games consists of eight self-contained small games with a medieval theme. Two are shooting games. The Crossbow event involves moving a crosshair so as to hit one of an array of rotating targets. Once you've mastered this you are ready for Archery - this time you must hit targets...


KO: Ultra-realistic Boxing screenshotKO: Ultra-realistic Boxing 1999
Data Becker's entry into the action/sports arena comes as a surprise to many. In fact, KO: Ultra-Realistic Boxing is their first full game product and, unfortunately, it doesn't come off very well. The company usually makes utility applications such as Complete Home Designer and add-on flight simulator packages like Jumbo...


Kunio-kun No Nekketsu Soccer League screenshotKunio-kun No Nekketsu Soccer League 1993
Kunio-kun No Nekketsu Soccer League (roughly translated as "Hot-blooded Kunio-kun Soccer League") is a superior sequel to Technos' better-known Nekketsu Koukou Soccer (released in the US and Europe as Nintendo World Cup Soccer). The story is negligible, but if you are curious: Kunio and friends from Nekketsu High School want...


Lakers vs Celtics screenshotLakers vs Celtics 1989
Lakers versus Celtics is a five-on-five basketball game featuring an NBA license for authentic teams and players. The action takes place from a horizontal view of the court as you guide one of ten teams from the 1988-89 season, including the East and West All-Star squads, in either a single...


Lamborghini: American Challenge (a.k.a. Crazy Cars 3) screenshotLamborghini: American Challenge (a.k.a. Crazy Cars 3) 1992
Description Starting out with just a basic Lamborghini and $6000, your aim is to rise to the top of the 4 divisions of racing through success on 60 racetracks across America. In each division there are 20 rival racers, up to 3 of which compete in each race at a time. The...


Leeds United screenshotLeeds United 1992
Leeds United is an appallingly bad football management game from German developer CDS. Like numerous games of this ilk, the game depicts the rise (and fall?) of an English team in their struggle up the highly competitive ladder. Unlike most other games, you are stuck with Leeds United in this...


Links 2001 screenshotLinks 2001 2001
After playing Links 2001 since its release, I'm tempted to draw an analogy between the game and the second movie in the Graphics: Animated birds circle in a "stack" in one place in the distance (are they vultures?), water fails to "flow," up close objects tend to be pixellated and blocky....


Links 2003 screenshotLinks 2003 2002
With a distinguished pedigree that goes back well over a decade, Links is one of the oldest and most respected series of computer golf games. Yet Links 2003 does not rest on its laurels -- this simulation is designed to offer classic Links gameplay while bringing new features such as...


Links 386 CD screenshotLinks 386 CD 1995
It isn't the best golf game on the planet anymore, but no other computer golf game still published gives you so many places to play. Stroke for stroke, Links 386 CD remains near the top of the leader-board. With the main CD-ROM, you can play Harbor Town Golf Links, with its...


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