Killerball

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For the sport, see Killerball (sport).
Killerball
Developer(s) Microids
Publisher(s) Microids
Platform(s) Atari ST, Amiga 500/600 (OCS/ECS), Amstrad CPC, DOS
Release date(s) 1989
Genre(s) Action, Sports
Mode(s) single player

Killerball is a futuristic Action/Sport game developed by Microïds in 1989 which blends American football with roller-skating. This violent game is played in a circular rink where each 5-man team tries to score by putting the ball into the hole of the opposing team. Taking the ball from an opponent can only be done by knocking him down.

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Swedish Game[edit]

Main article: Killerball (sport)

Killerball is also the name of a Swedish ball sport, used in PE. The goal of the sport is to throw a soft ball directly upon the other players, and thereby "kill" them.

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Killerball is also the name of a sport that blends rugby, American football, football (soccer) and hints of others, developed in England by those behind the 'code of crunk'.

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