Speedball 2: Evolution (iPhone Application) Reviews
Product Type: Tower Studios software for handheld and PDAs
Description:Developer: Tower Studios / Update of the classic 16 bit future sports sim
Newest Review: ... games. Sound -a let-down in so many iPhone games - is very good. OK, so the collisions between players don't always sound ... more
Customer Speedball 2: Evolution (iPhone Application) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/03/12 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Back in 1990, The Bitmap Brothers released Speedball 2, a violent futuristic sports game that was a mix between American football, Rugby League and GBH, requiring you to score more points that your opponents by whatever means possible . It might have lacked originality (it was essentially a computerised version of the James Caan film Rollerball), but it was damned addictive. Fast forward 20+ years and the game has been remade for the iPhone with the input of Sensible Software's Jon Hare. I could scarcely be more excited: the prospect of Bitmap Brothers game plus Jon Hare influence surely has to equal genius? So, does Speedball 2: Evolution top the league and ... Read the complete review
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