Orel Hershiser's Strike Zone (PC, 5 1/4" Disk) Virgin Interactive Entertainment - 1989 USA, Canada Release

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Orel Hershiser's Strike Zone
Product ID 52145-20117
Product UPC 052145201170
Platform(s) PC
Packaging Retail Box
Media 5 1/4" Disk
Copyright date 1989
Publisher(s) Virgin Interactive Entertainment
Label Melbourne House
Category(s) Entertainment, Sports, Baseball
Country of Origin United States of America

Description from the packaging.

The major league's most valuable pitcher and Melbourne House have joined forces to bring you the #1 coin-operated arcade game: Strike Zone!

All the exciting features that made the arcade game so popular are included in home computer versions.

Take Orel Hershiser's place on the pitcher's mound and blister that horsehide over the plate! You control Orel's fastball, slider or sinker. The better your arm, the more frequently you can hang a pitch just within the strike zone. Or slide one just outside and sucker the batter into swinging at a ball!

When you're up to bat, step up to the plate for the most realistic batting simulation seen yet! You control the swing. You control the runners, too, deciding when to go for that extra base on a long drive, or when to steal.

When you're finished playing, check your game stats. The better your averages, the higher your salary will be.

If you want to get a little batting practice in, try the Home Run Derby. Feel the power when you connect with the ball and send it deep into the outfield, or even into the stands! Improve your batting average and you'll be that much better prepared for your next game.

All the action and excitement of playing in the major leagues, in a computer game for one or two players!

The only authorized version of the arcade hit "Strike Zone!"

System Requirements

Required CPU XT 8088/8086
Required RAM 512K
Supports Joystick Yes
Supported Video CGA
Hercules Monochrome
Tandy 16 Color

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