Hoops (video game)
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Not to be confused with Dunk Dream '95, a sequel to the game Street Slam that was known as Hoops in North America.
North American cover art
|Designer(s)||Kenji Nakajima |
|Composer(s)||Kiyoshi Yokoyama |
Multiplayer (up to 2 players)
Hoops is an NES basketball video game that was released in 1988 for a Japanese audience and in 1989 for a North American audience. In Japan, the game is known as Moero!! Junior Basket - Two on Two (燃えろ！！ジュニアバスケット ツー オン ツー), which a part of "Moero!!" sports series.
The game is done in a half court style with the player having a choice to disable or enable winners outs. No fouls are called. There is also an around the world mode that allows players to focus on making baskets without worrying about the charging, pushing, and traveling fouls that are found in the standard mode of play.