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M.U.D.S. - Mean Ugly Dirty Sport

M.U.D.S. - Mean Ugly Dirty Sport is an abandoned sports game developed by Golden Goblins and released by Rainbow Arts in 1990. M.U.D.S. - Mean Ugly Dirty Sport runs on DOS but was also published for Amiga. Download the game here.
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M.U.D.S. - Mean Ugly Dirty Sport reviews

"On your first game you'll leap straight into the action and are liable to be less than impressed, especially if you're expecting a Speedball 2 beater. Patience, impetuous one! After some practice the sport is actually great fun, with more room for thoughtful and tactical play than most other sims. Add the humorous and beautifully designed fantasy world of Ghold as the campaign backdrop and you've got a long-lasting package." - ACE Magazine

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Additional info about M.U.D.S. - Mean Ugly Dirty Sport

Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, 5,25 floppy disk

Also published for: Amiga

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