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HardBall! is a baseball simulation video game developed by Accolade and released for various platforms, including the Apple II, Commodore 64, and MS-DOS, in 1985. It was one of the first sports games to feature a 3D perspective, with players and ball rendered in wireframe graphics.
The game allowed players to control an entire team, including batting, pitching, and fielding. The batting and pitching mechanics were simple but realistic, with a variety of different pitches and swings available. The game also featured a season mode, where players could compete in a full baseball season and compete for the World Series championship.
HardBall! was a popular game upon its release and spawned several sequels, including HardBall II, III, and IV. The game’s realistic baseball simulation was praised by critics and players alike, and it helped pave the way for the many sports simulation games that followed.
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