Shufflepuck Cafe

Shufflepuck Cafe Screenshots

Amiga version

Title screen
Choose your opponent
DC3, the training droid
The training droid can be configured in many ways
Take a look at the menu
Skip - the weakest opponent
Eneq
Bejin
Vinnie
Biff
Lexan
Nerual

Shufflepuck Cafe Screenshots

Amstrad CPC version

Title screen
Current champion
Ready to play. It is my serve.
He got the puck past me.
I lost. I can select from the menu options.

Shufflepuck Cafe Screenshots

Atari ST version

Title screen
A more wretched hive of scum and villainy you'd be hard pressed to find
Pushing the puck off
She "breaks glass" upon serving it back
Accessing the menu
High score table
A new opponent and, just to liven things up, a blocker and resized paddle

Shufflepuck Cafe Screenshots

DOS version

Title screen
Opponent selection screen
Playing Skip
Playing against Lexan
Playing against Dc3
Playing against Eneg
Playing against Bejin
Playing against Vinnie
Playing against Visine
Playing against Nerual
Playing against Biff
Title screen (CGA)
Choose your opponent! (CGA)
Playing against Bejin. (CGA)
Playing Skip (CGA)

Shufflepuck Cafe Screenshots

Macintosh version

Title screen
Main menu - select your opponent.
Take on the drunken frog!

Shufflepuck Cafe Screenshots

NES version

Title screen
Pick your opponent
Playing air hockey

Shufflepuck Cafe Screenshots

Sharp X68000 version

Title screen
Story intro... Note to future rocket-car makers: patent the name "Nash Sombrero"!
They're all clearly jealous of your Krypton-3 salesman ways
"Friendly" game of Shufflepuck to get to the telephone, you say? Jolly good!
Main menu where you can click on each bar patron/weirdo to engage them in an air hockey duel or click the "Champion" sign to enter a tournament and face each character in turn
Skip Feeney is just as easy as he looks
Right clicking allows you to adjust and fine-tune the controls
Clicking on the opponents shows some info about them
The General
This piggy also goes by the name Eneg Doowtrop
Bongo Banger is exclusive to Japanese computer versions
Contrary to the game's cover, Princess Bejin is blonde here (just like in the Famicom version)
Bejin is a massive cheater, when serving she raises her hand and then teleports the puck at high speed into one of the corners. Shame on you scantily-clad psychic princess!
Lexan Smythe-Worthington: a champagne-sipping playboy who, judging by the shape of his head, belongs to a race who evolved from bicycle saddles
Match against Vinnie the Dweeb
Saming Lolan is the other exclusive opponent in the Japanese computer versions