After a wave of people attempting to sell SEUCK
-coded games to commercial companies, programmer Stoo Cambridge
attempted to do so himself. He coded Battle Ball
using a slightly modified version of SEUCK
to create something which had only superficial differences from the standard. It was sold to Power House
but they folded before its release. Cambridge was paid however. The game was lost until being recovered in 2014; it is now available via the Games That Weren't website.
- ZZAP! 64
Newsfield Reader's Awards 1987 - State Of The Art Award (readers choice)