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Baseball  

This Baseball videogame is the first of its genre. There had been a Baseball videogame on the Magnavox Odyssey, but it was not really the same thing, half the action being with paper cards.

This version is the first "real" baseball all-videogame. Many baseball games in the following years will be inspired by this one.

From the promotional text:
- can be played by 1 or 2 player
- flat playing field with attractive stadium
- infield and outfield action, double plays
- strikeouts and walks possible
- outfielders can be repositioned
- realistic runners and fielders
- pitches can be fast or slow or curved



 SOFTWARE RELATIONS:

    Baseball inspired Baseball (Fairchild Channel F)
    Baseball inspired Baseball (APF MP1000 systems)
    Baseball inspired Baseball (RCA Studio II) (*multiple ports*)


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arcade cabinet

year of release 1974
companies RamTek
type game
media arcade cabinet
systems Arcade
number of players 1 - 2 players (versus)
staff unknown
tags baseball, sport



 
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