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Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe

DOS - 1991

Also available on: Genesis - Commodore 64 - SEGA Master System - Amiga - Atari ST - Acorn 32-bit - Amiga CD32

Alt names Speed Ball II, Speedball 2
Year 1991
Platform DOS
Released in Germany, United States, United Kingdom
Genre Action, Sports
Theme Brutal Sports, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher Image Works
Developer Bitmap Brothers, The
Perspective Top-Down
Dosbox support Fully supported on 0.70
4.44 / 5 - 57 votes

Description of Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe

The Bitmap Brothers affirmed their status as leading action game developer with Speedball 1 and 2, two highly enjoyable futuristic ball games that combine elements of handball and rugby. The simple goal of getting the ball past the goalkeeper is complicated by many "tokens" that allow you to give extra skill to the squad, bribe referee, turn the ball into a weapon, etc.

Speedball 2 greatly expands on the concept with bigger pitches, more complex league play, and more. You are scored for injuring your opponents as well as goals, so... let the carnage begin ;)

Review By HOTUD

Comments and reviews

the Bitmap Brothers 2020-12-17 1 point Amiga CD32 version

best game every to be made not baised

VidPrince 2018-11-18 -1 point Atari ST version

The most enjoyable game, until I broke my computer table with frustation. At my inability to beat it in the final

sc8ty 2018-09-21 -5 points DOS version

Damn, first time I have heard the the MT-32 music. It completely blows the Amiga version away.

Billytwangbag 2018-03-12 -4 points DOS version

Is it possible to play 2player in dosbox? I remapped the keys for a ps3 dual shock controler and it works beautifully but would love to play in two player mode - doesn't seem to be anything in setup.

tekrat 2018-02-05 -1 point DOS version

The DOS games will most likely crash on ANY 64 bit version of Windows and any version of Windows after Windows XP. You should install DOSBox to get them to run. The Abandonware guide will help you to set it up. DOSBox also runs on almost any computer (MAC, Windows, Linux) but it will only run DOS games.

JKG 2017-09-03 3 points DOS version

I tried to play this but I get stuck on the gym section before starting the game.

Paulo José 2014-11-10 1 point DOS version

this is a great game a remenber to play in my commodore amiga ,
remenber the song and the man the ice cream , ace cream.....

irocian 2014-04-21 -5 points DOS version

willl it not work with 64 bit windows 7


lewis 2013-05-23 1 point DOS version

i have a problem to install SPB2, there are a moment in the setup menu that they ask me about insert DISK1.can you help me??

Purplekid 2011-03-21 1 point DOS version

This was the game that got me into gaming in a big way! I must've nearly burned the diskette out I played it so much, it was like Kick Off 2 on steroids! Amazing, and that guy in the crowd...."Ice Cream, Ice Cream, get your Ice Cream". Brilliant!

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