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  • WWF SuperStars (Arcade)

    WWF SuperStars (Arcade)

    Successful wrestling videogame, due to its great graphics and playability. Having the license of real wrestlers didn’t hurt.

  • Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out (NES)

    Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out (NES)

    The thrill of facing a real-life champion in a videogame was key in the popularity of this title from Nintendo.

  • WWF WrestleMania (NES)

    WWF WrestleMania (NES)

    Wrestling videogame with the license to use real wrestlers at the time with an interesting focus.

Other Entries

  • Bill Walsh College Football

    One of the first titles set in the highly competitive college football of the USA.

  • Kings of the Beach

    Funny videogame about beach volleyball, enjoyable to play on a hot summer day.

  • Track and Field

    Popular athletics videogame where it was a bit possible to consume some calories.

  • Enduro (Atari 2600)

    Great auto racing videogame, not exactly Grand Prix, but fondly remebered.

  • Pitstop II

    Foreword By middle 80s, videogame developers considered an important market the fans of auto racing. Given the popularity of titles both in arcade and in home consoles. Taking the solid base of their previous successful title, Pitstop, the company Epyx thought of tweaking it a bit, adding a new feature to the game: head-to-head competition…

  • Heavy Smash (Arcade)

    Videogame with a futuristic setting about an sport with relative recent surge.

  • Slalom (NES)

    Simple skiing game which captures the escence of going downhill in a skiing track

  • Mogul Maniac (Atari 2600)

    Funny videogame about skiing for Atari 2600 with a special controller.

  • Joe Montana Football (Genesis)

    American football videogame which probably being too close in time to a milestone hampered its popularity.