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Review by  xlibman
Reviewed on 2023-10-27
This game is awesome. One of the feature I liked the most is that we could change the player names so of course I had to include Mat Sundins. However, the game is a bit too fast-paced compared to the original NES version. I lost 21-1 as the Toronto Maple Leafs, so this was definitively a playoff game, since they rarely win during playoffs.

Review by  Nathan Dykhuis
Reviewed on 2004-10-11
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

“Ice Hockey 68K” has to be one of the best games for 89. The game feels well-polished, without a hint of beta code. The grayscale graphics are smooth, and even the menus have fancy rippling backgrounds and a cool font. There are lots of teams, but users can create more. It is fun to make strange teams and watch “Lord of the Rings” play the “Jedi.” The computer vs. computer mode is great fun just to watch, and the one-player and two-player modes are just as fun to play. The compatibility with the 89 Titanium is excellent. Overall, this game feels like something you would buy at a store (and if they sold it at a store, it would be worth buying).

My rating for “Ice Hockey 68K:” 10.

Review by  Garion Riva
Reviewed on 2004-02-12
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

Wow! I think I'm in love. This game is unmatched! Anyone out there would love this game! The gameplay is smooth and crisp. It is easy to use and navigate. Wow! If I were stranded on a desert island and could bring only one thing, I think I'd bring this game. If you could only put one game on your TI-89, make it this one!

Overall ratings (1 to 10):




Ease of use-->10

Overall rating-->10!

Review by  Jordan Ziegenbein
Reviewed on 2004-01-27
Note! This review was written for a previous version of this file!

Overall this is a very solid game. The graphics are big and fun to watch and the gameplay is good. It takes a little while to figure out how the program swaps your control from player to player, but it is not that hard to master. The team editor option is cool too. The game looks good, but the fading graphics get a little bit tiring. During a match, the user can also press apps to pause and then apps again to turn it off, basically a teacher key. The only thing I would like to see different about this game is that the player should be able to tap apps twice to immediately kill the screen, rather than press it once, wait 3 seconds for the graphics to change, and then press it again. Every second counts when the teacher is coming!

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