Beastball

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Beastball
System(s): Sega Mega Drive
Publisher: Spectrum HoloByte
Developer: Millennium Interactive, Teque London
Planned release date: 1993-12[1], 1994-02[2], 1994-03[3]
Genre: Action
Number of players: 1
Status of prototype(s): Prototype dumped

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Beastball is an unreleased Sega Mega Drive sports game. It is a console adaption of the 1993 Amiga title Brutal Football/Crazy Football (ported to the Amiga CD32 in 1994, IBM PC in 1995 and to the Atari Jagauar in 1994 as Brutal Sports Football). Beastball was also set to be released on the Super Nintendo but was presumably cancelled at the same time as this Mega Drive adaption.

A prototype has since been released showing a mostly completed game. Both the Mega Drive and Super Nintendo releases were advertised in North America during late 1993, possibly asserting either a release in time for Christmas of that year, or in early 1994. The Mega Drive version was also sent out in small numbers for the press for review.

Production credits

  • A Teque London Ltd Production
  • Coding: P J Jefferies, Alistair Mann, Colin Hughes
  • Advisor: Barry Costas
  • Graphics: Antony Hager
  • Sound: Richard Joseph
  • Game Concept: Dean Lester
  • Produced by: Tony Love


Magazine articles

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Technical information

ROM dump status

System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
Sega Mega Drive
 ?
CRC32 6a176576
MD5 15af490814261081b6885f5bc1d9e187
SHA-1 6af4e13dede08ed75b3e307538276134b3a297b2
0.98MB PCB[5] Download.svg (322 kB) (info)

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