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California Games is a sports video game developed and published by Epyx, released in 1987 for a variety of home computer and console systems, including the Commodore 64, Apple II, and Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). The game features a collection of mini-games inspired by popular extreme sports and activities in California.
In California Games, players can compete in six different events: halfpipe skateboarding, surfing, footbag (also known as hacky sack), BMX biking, roller skating, and flying disc (also known as Frisbee). The game features simple, arcade-style gameplay and colorful, cartoonish graphics.
The gameplay in California Games was praised for its accessibility and variety, allowing players to try out different sports and compete against friends in local multiplayer mode. The game also featured a memorable soundtrack, with each event featuring its own unique music track.
California Games was a commercial success and received positive reviews from critics and players. The game was followed by several sequels and spin-offs, including California Games II, Winter Games, and Summer Games II. It is considered a classic of the sports video game genre and a nostalgic representation of California’s iconic lifestyle and culture.
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