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Copyright/Publisher: Accolade, Release Year: 1991, Genre: Various, Number Of Players: 1 or 2
Serve And Volley
The most realistic computer tennis game ever. Full tennis court 3D view. great graphics, and three levels of difficulty. Choice of grass, clay or hard court surface. Complete array of top-spin, slice, smash, lob, volley, forehand and backhand strokes.

TKO
With TKO, you can come face-to-face with a heavyweight champ! With special features like a split screen; great animation; one or two player capability; have choice of your competitors; and keep stats on the other boxers.

Rack'Em
"NOW THE POOL PARLOR IS AS CLOSE AS YOUR COMPUTER"

"WHAT'S YOUR GAME,SPORT?
8-BALL? 9-BALL? SNOOKER?
WITH RACK'EM, YOU CALL THE SHOTS"

Steel Thunder
This game isn't a sportgame, so no more information about that game.

Serve And Volley

Copyright/Publisher: Accolade
Published In Europe By: Electronic Arts, Programmed By: Lise Mendoza, Designed By: Rick Banks & Paul Butler, Graphics By: Grant Campbell, Music By: Paul Butler, Produced By: Jay Stevens, Release Year: 1988,
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

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TKO

Copyright/Publisher: Accolade
Programming By: Mike Lorenzen
Graphics By: Roseann Mitchell
Music By: Ed Bogas
Release Year: 1988
Number Of Players: 1 or 2

TKOTKO

Rack'em

Copyright/Publisher: Accolade/
Artech Digital Entertainments Inc

Game Concept & Design By: Rick Banks & Paul Butler, Code By: Martin Edwards & Philip Armstrong, Graphics By: Grant Campbell, Sound By: Paul Butler, Production By: Jay Stevens, Release Year: 1988, Number Of Players: 1 or 2

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