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Started by Rafael, November 16, 2012, 02:53:54 PM

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Rafael

Since I got my C7050 I discovered many things I was doing was not working on real machine :(. So while I have a time I trying to back they to life. It´s just a boxing preview, by now it´s just like a "pratice mode", where you try to KO your opponent as fast you can. If you touch it´s glove you´ll lost.

Janzl

Looks really nice.

Curious about what this game will eventually become.
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Rafael

Quote from: Janzl on November 16, 2012, 03:47:44 PM

Curious about what this game will eventually become.

Me too. I really like to see if it will work well. In the 80´s a friend told me he saw the Odyssey Boxing. A mistake, a lie, or maybe a true existence. I´m not believed enterely on it, but someway a grow with this possibilite.
By now, I just experimenting, this part is called "Block pratice", the objective is block the adversary punch.

Rafael

Well, it´s not working on real machine, just to give an idea how the battle eventually will be. Move your arms down or up, to give a punch is need to get energy . To get energy points (max. 3) is needed to defend enemy attacks. If you have one or more energy points, just press action to punch.

Rafael

Quote from: timdu on June 05, 2016, 03:23:34 PM
I thought I remembered a BOXING game for the Odyssey2 being worked on at some point...

Yes - our friend Rafael was working on one called "BACK TO THE RING" in 2012

https://videopac.nl/forum/index.php?topic=1976.0

Rafael - what are you plans with this? 



I just replying you here to avoid messing up the topic of Chris, all interesting cho way you mention this game. Remembered him yesterday with the death of Muhammed Ali, I would like to have it released yesterday. Anyway, some details are missing and will be released by Packrat when everything is ready. Here´s a video:

timdu

I can't wait! I will buy one, for sure! 

Back in the 1980's, I was the champion in my house playing BOXING (by Activision) for the Atari 2600. No one could beat me!