Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball
- Levels: NA
- Theme: Sports/Action
- Difficulty: Easy
- Players: 2
- Available: Autumn 1991
It's Time to Redefine "Making a Shot"
In the future, everyone can hear you scream. That is the basic concept behind Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball. It is 30 years into the future, Bill Laimbeer has just become the head of the NBA, and he wants to make a few changes in the style of the game. In this version, you'll have to play on the courts with armor plating. Why? Merely the fact that there are mines, flying bombs, and airborne rotary blades all over the field! A good enough reason? Change your stats to give you more strength so that you can have a major slam fest with your opponents. If you really want to have some major slicing and dicing fun, have a friend over to play. This is definitely the future of Basketball!
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- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
- Pentium II (or equivalent) 266MHz (500MHz recommended), RAM: 64MB (128MB recommended), DirectX v8.0a or later must be installed
Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball is a futuristic basketball game released in 1991 by Hudson Soft for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game is 5-on-5 with no rules except for out-of-bound and backcourt. Unlike in real basketball, there are no fouls, and destructive items such as bombs frequently appear on the court. It's an all-new basketball game that plays like the style of extreme football. This game is contact basketball to the max.
Futuristic Basketball Action!
Get ready for the most intense basketball games ever! This is no ordinary B-ball game though, this is a true test of combat skills and survival of the toughest. Incredible graphics and furious game play will challenge the reflexes.
Combat Basketball features great digitized graphics and sounds with real human voices.
Hudson is entering the sports theme with a futuristic contest of agility and reflexes. Fast paced action takes basketball into a new dimension on the Super NES.