Jordan vs. Bird: One on One
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|Jordan vs. Bird: One on One|
Milton Bradley (NES)
|Composer(s)||Rob Hubbard (C64)|
David Wise (NES)
|Platform(s)||Commodore 64, MS-DOS, Game Boy, Mega Drive/Genesis, NES|
Jordan vs. Bird: One on One is a 1988 basketball video game developed by Electronic Arts. It is available for the Mega Drive/Genesis, the Nintendo Entertainment System, the Commodore 64, Game Boy and the PC. It was also available as a Tiger Handheld Electronic Game. It is the sequel to One on One: Dr. J vs. Larry Bird.
Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls and Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics were the only two players in the game, which allowed the player to participate in a one-on-one basketball game. Mini-games included a slam dunk contest (utilizing Jordan) and a three-point contest (utilizing Bird). Mega placed the game at #7 in their list of the 10 Worst Mega Drive Games of All Time.
- Jordan vs Bird: One on One at videogamecritic.net
- Games time forgot: Jordan vs Bird: One on One at destructoid.com
- Jordan vs Bird: One on One at NES Guide
- Jordan vs Bird: One on One at atarihq.com
- Jordan VS Bird: One on One at MobyGames.com
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