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Nintendo Micro Vs System - Boxing

This is one in a long series of games, where the player gets to use a tiny joypad that pulls out of the case, and can be wound back in after use.

It runs on two LR44 batteries, and is a 2D boxing game, in one player mode, the player is always on the right.

Originally titled Punch Out to match the famous Nintendo fighting game, the name was changed to simply boxing after release in the US.


Manufacturer: Nintendo
Date: 1984

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH55831. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 
Nintendo Micro Vs System - Boxing


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