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Speedball 2

Speedball 2 Master System Game


Release date: 1992Developer: Bitmap BrothersPublisher: Virgin

Speedball 2: A violent quasi-legal future sport with one rule - slam a solid steel ball into your opponent's goal. The only thing tougher than the brutal bloodsport is the thugs who play it. And they don't come any tougher than Brutal Deluxe, thirsting for blood and hungry for success! More...


Control Stick
Players: 1-2 Players
Media: Cart





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Speedball 2 (Original version) Condition: Used - Acceptable
Genuine UK cart only - no case or instructions. Cart vgc, cart cleaned, tested and sealed in airtight bag. Fast despatch.

£6.40

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Speedball 2 Master System Gameplay
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Speedball 2: A violent quasi-legal future sport with one rule - slam a solid steel ball into your opponent's goal. The only thing tougher than the brutal bloodsport is the thugs who play it. And they don't come any tougher than Brutal Deluxe, thirsting for blood and hungry for success!

The matches consist of two 90-second periods, and the gameplay is futuristic, fast and frantic, with heavy tackling encouraged to retrieve the ball. Power-ups and tokens appear on the pitch, including ones to make your players extra-tough or freeze the opponents.

The sides of the pitch each include a score multiplier, which you can run the ball through to increase the value of your scoring - the opposition can sometimes immediately grab the ball and nullify this. There are also 5 stars which are worth 2 points each if you hit them (more if you have the multiplier activated), but these can also be cancelled out by the opposition hitting the same star, and their points values only become set after the half. Next to the stars there are 'portals' which throw the ball out the opposite side of the pitch, in the direction it was going.

You get money for the results, and by collecting the silver tokens which appear on the pitch at random intervals. Between each match you can spend these either on improving your existing players as far as they can go, or on buying better ones and fitting them into the team. Your original players can only be improved to a certain extent, so remembering where your signed players are and making use of them is important.

A variety of tokens also appear during the match, some of which boost your team's power for a short period of time, and one freezes the opposition.



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