User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

Sports

Description

Sports games put the player in control of individual athletes/competitors or sports managers. In the latter case, the sports game is also considered a managerial simulation.

Most sports games are dedicated to popular team sports (e.g. football/soccer) and are action-oriented. A sports game that deliberately favors arcade action over realistic simulation, or adds arcade challenges non-existing in the real-life sport is considered both an action and a sports game.
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Bo Jackson Baseball DOS Front Cover

DOS (1991) and Amiga (1992)

Bo Jackson Baseball (TV Sports: Baseball in Europe) is an arcade oriented conversion of the popular American sport, in the...

Bo Jackson: Two Games in One Game Boy Front Cover

Game Boy (1991)

It's two games in one -- play either baseball or football in this game headlined by Bo Jackson. In baseball,...

ZX Spectrum (1987)

Boks (Boxing) is a fighting game, depicting a boxing match. The competitors can use a high punch, a low punch,...

Browser (2010)

Bola is a soccer game on Facebook. The player takes control of a team and indirectly plays against friends. Players...

Windows (1997)

Bomb Golf is a shareware golf game which is played with a bomb instead of a ball.There are four different...

Boomerang Sports Peteca Zeebo Front Cover

Zeebo (2010)

Boomerang Sports Peteca is, as the name implies, a peteca game, a sport similar to badminton, with the shuttlecock being...

Boomerang Sports Queimada Zeebo Front Cover

Zeebo (2010)

Boomerang Sports Queimada is a dodgeball game. It is the third title to exclusively use the Boomerang, Zeebo's accelerometer controller...

Boomerang Sports Tênis Zeebo Front Cover

Zeebo (2009)

Boomerang Sports Tênis is a game of doubles inspired by Wii Sports. It is the first title to exclusively use...

Boomerang Sports Vôlei Zeebo Front Cover

Zeebo (2009)

Boomerang Sports Vôlei is a beach volleyball game. It is the second title to exclusively use the Boomerang, Zeebo's accelerometer...

Boong!?: Die ultimatiefe Fußballsimulation Windows 3.x Front Cover

Windows 3.x (1996)

Boong?!: Die ultimatiefe Fußballsimulation is a German soccer management simulation with graphics in a comic style. The game contains only...

Boot Camp DOS Front Cover

DOS (1989), Commodore 64 (1987), ZX Spectrum (1987), Amstrad CPC (1987) and Arcade (1987)

Boot Camp is a slight twist on the sports game genre. The player is in a military boot camp, and...

Bop'N Wrestle DOS Front Cover

DOS (1986), Commodore 64 (1986), Apple II (1986), Atari 8-bit (1986), ZX Spectrum (1985) and Amstrad CPC (1985)

The company behind Way of the Exploding Fist and Fighting Warrior also tried its hand at wrestling, with this game...

The Boss MSX Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1987), ZX Spectrum (1984), MSX (1987), Amstrad CPC (1985), BBC Micro (1985), Electron (1985), Oric (1984) and Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1987)

Take control of a football team in a division below the top one, and try to lead them to glory...

DOS (1996)

In Botsoccer 128 teams with robot players organize a soccer championship. The first playing mode is the whole tournament where...

Bottom of the 9th Nintendo 64 Front Cover

Nintendo 64 (1999)

Play Exhibition and Season modes as your favorite team from the Major League Baseball. 300 real-life players, complete with a...

PlayStation (1996) and SEGA Saturn (1996)

One of the earliest in Konami's franchise, this version featured 300 actual MLB players at the time, but did not...

PlayStation (1996)

The sequel to Bottom of the 9th, this version still continues to provide players with a full authentic MLB license...

PlayStation (1998)

This baseball game features the following game modes: exhibition, season, training, and scenario.Exhibition mode lets the player play against the...

Bouncers SEGA CD Front Cover

SEGA CD (1994)

Arcade basketball game where YOU are the ball. You can't jump high enough on your own to go through the...

Bounces ZX Spectrum Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1986) and ZX Spectrum (1986)

Bounces is a futuristic sports game. Two players (one of which can be computer-controlled), compete against each other in order...

Bowling Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1978)

Bowling is, of course, a bowling game which can be played by one or two players. Gameplay is from a...

Bowling PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (1999), PSP (2009) and PlayStation 3 (2009)

A simulation of the classic game of the same name. As you can imagine from the name, this is a...

Bowling Microvision Front Cover

Microvision (1979)

Bowling is a bowling simulator for the Microvision System. In this game players don't use the paddle knob but only...

Bowling! / Basketball! Odyssey 2 Front Cover

Odyssey 2 (1978) and Videopac+ G7400 (1983)

Two titles are available in this cart:Bowling!: one to four players take turns in this game. The alley is shown...

DOS (1992)

Bowling Champ!! is a simple bowling game for one to four players with text graphics.After entering the number of players,...

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