DOS - 1988
Also released on: Amiga - Amstrad CPC - Apple II - Apple IIgs - Atari 2600 - Atari ST - Commodore 64 - Genesis - SEGA Master System
Description of California Games
Epyx' breakthrough game is one of the most fun and timeless games ever made. Everything a sports fan could ever want is here: refreshingly unique concept, outstanding graphics, intuitive interface, and amazing variety of moves, tricks, and secrets to discover.
Sports include Half Pipe, Surfing, Foot bag, Skating, BMX, and Flying Disk. Playing California Games is enough to make even the most jaded couch potato want to put on a pair of rollerblades and hit the beach-- it is that good :)
Simply one of the most addictive games ever made. Surf's up!
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
Mr Vampire 2019-02-05 2 points Commodore 64 version
Before the X-Games was a thing in the real world we had California Games on the C64.
Marta Sanchez 2018-02-25 1 point
same problem that @spock@...It loads but I cannot type my name or move past this screen.
Spock 2017-11-23 -1 point DOS version
How do I enter my name? It loads but I cannot type my name or move past this screen.
Someone 2017-07-04 0 point Amiga version
I prefer the Amiga-Version of most Games if it's made before 1992. ;)
Pelger 2016-12-04 2 points DOS version
if you have "not enough memory" problems, try using the "loadfix" command.
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California Games was also released on the following systems:
- Year: 1991
- Publisher: SEGA Enterprises Ltd., SEGA of America, Inc., Tec Toy Indústria de Brinquedos S.A.
- Developer: Epyx, Inc.
SEGA Master System
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