Match Point (Atari ST, 3 1/2" Disk) MichTron - 1985 USA, Canada Release

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Match Point
Packaging cover Match Point.
Product ID MICHT0001
Platform(s) Atari ST
Packaging Retail Box
Media 3 1/2" Disk
Copyright date 1985
Publisher(s) MichTron
Category(s) Entertainment, Sports, Tennis
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

The stands are full, the judges and ball boys are in their places, and all eyes are on you as the competition begins. All of the practicing and preparation are over and it's time for you to take on the world's greatest tennis player, or your best friend.

Introducing Match Point, the new and completely realistic tennis game from MichTron. Match Point simulates ever aspect of tennis with fantastic graphics, true to life scoring, and a three-dimensional playing screen. There are added features to Match Point that you won't even find in real tennis.

Match Point is capable of one or two player modes. Three levels of play: novice, amateur, and professional; along with the ability to select the names of the opponents. It's even possible to suspend action in the middle of play to take those much needed refreshment breaks.

With Match Point you may use either your mouse, joystick, or keyboard to control the players; and for demonstration purposes, you can even set the computer to play against itself.

For the first time the challenge and excitement of championship tennis can be yours without ever leaving your home, or even breaking a sweat. Chart your improvement as you move through each skill level, until your ready for the big match!

A must sports action game for any arcade game lover. Thrilling action and endless enjoyment are at your fingertips. Match Point even allows you to practice in the rain.

System Requirements

Atari ST
Required RAM 512K
Supported Video Color

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Retail Box cover Match Point. Retail Box back Match Point.

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