Summer Games on the Sega Master System is a cut-down conversion of the classic Commodore 64 sports game from Epyx. It was ported by Sega and first released in 1988.
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Daley Thompson’s Supertest, ZX Spectrum
The second of the Ocean-released Daley Thompson sports games is Daley Thompson’s Supertest, which was first published in 1985.
This time there are twelve events, including: rowing, penalties, ski-jump, tug O war, triple jump, 100m sprint, javelin, 110m hurdles, pistol shooting, cycling, springboard diving, and giant slalom (skiing).
World Games, Commodore 64
Programmed by K-Byte for Epyx and published in 1986, World Games is an eclectic mix of eight different sports events, inspired by various unusual sports from around the world.
Summer Games, Atari 8-bit
Epyx‘s classic multi-event sports sim, Summer Games, first came out on the Commodore 64, and this Atari 8-bit conversion came later.
Scuba Dive, Commodore 64
Scuba Dive on the Commodore 64 must rate as one of the worst conversions of all time.
Scuba Dive, ZX Spectrum
Scuba Dive (Durell Software, 1983) features such a simple game idea, but one that works exceptionally well on the ZX Spectrum.
Summer Games, Commodore 64
The first of the ground-breaking/award-winning Epyx multi-event sport games, Summer Games was first released way back in 1984.
HES Games, Commodore 64
In my mind THE best Olympic sports type game on the Commodore 64.
HES Games – by 321 Software and HESWare – beats Epyx‘s great sports titles by virtue of its simplicity, and of it’s refined control system. And there’s an interesting mix of events too.