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George Foreman's KO Boxing - Nintendo SNES

Publisher:Acclaim Entertainment  ?              No-Intro:George Foreman's KO Boxing
Developer:Beam Software  ?              GoodName:George Foreman's KO Boxing
Year:1992              TOSEC:N/A
Category:Sports              MAME:N/A
Game Manual:Download (NES)
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Also on: Nintendo Game Boy, Nintendo NES, Sega Game Gear, Sega Genesis, Sega Master System, Sega Nomad


In game image of George Foreman's KO Boxing on the Nintendo SNES.
In Game
Title screen of George Foreman's KO Boxing on the Nintendo SNES.
Title Screen
Box cover for George Foreman's KO Boxing on the Nintendo SNES.
Cartridge artwork for George Foreman's KO Boxing on the Nintendo SNES.

Featuring heavyweight champion George Foreman, this is a boxing simulation where players, taking the role of Foreman, go through a series of twelve rounds against different boxers to win the championship title belt.

Played from an third-person perspective using a view from right over the shoulders over the boxer, players can move left and right to dodge incoming punches, block and throw left and right punches. The standard punch is a cross, but by holding the Up-key pressed, jabs can also be thrown.

By avoiding punches and hitting them, a superpunch often becomes available, inflicting much more damage. A fight consists of a maximum of three rounds of three minutes each. When a boxer is knocked down four times, the match is over (technical knock-out). The same happens when a boxer goes down three times in a single round (regular knock-out). When down, players need to press both punch buttons in rapid succession to get back to their feet. The screen shows an energy meter drained when punches are received. After being knocked down and during intermissions, some energy is restored.

All versions, except for the Game Boy, can be played with two players. A password system is used to save the progress.

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