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Speedball

Speedball is an abandoned DOS science fiction sports game, developed by Bitmap Brothers, designed by Eric Matthews and published by Mirror Images Software in 1988. It's available for download. Speedball is also part of the Speedball series.
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Magazine reviews

"The Bitmaps have lost none of their flare for graphics and sound's good too. The gameplay's great and the action's manic throughout each of the short games. The underlying Rollerball theme of sport and violence has not been overdone and it adds a bit of a bite to the game, making it great fun to play." - ACE magazine

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Input: keyboard, joystick

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