"2-in-1 Super Spike V'Ball/Nintendo World Cup included two sport games Super Spike V'Ball and Nintendo World Cup."
2-in-1 Super Spike V'Ball/Nintendo World Cupa game by Nintendo, and Technos
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2-in-1 Super Spike V'Ball/Nintendo World Cup included two sport games Super Spike V'Ball and Nintendo World Cup.
Super Spike V'Ball, a two-on-two beach volleyball game where you played on a tournament, ending with the world championship. Super Spike V'Ball features comic book-like character graphics.
Nintendo World Cup is a soccer video game. You chose to represent a team and played several matches until you won the World Cup. Nintendo World Cup follows the rules of soccer, but with noticeable differences. Off sides are non-existent, and fouls are not punished, which makes them the most effective way to take the ball away from the opponent; furthermore, if a player is fouled a lot of times, he will pass out and stay down until the next throw-in or corner kick close to where the player was fouled, goal, or the end of the half. However, this cannot happen to a human-controlled player.
Nintendo World Cup features two modes of game:
- Tournament mode, in which one or two players take control of one of the 13 available teams, in order to defeat their CPU-controlled opponents.
- VS Match mode, which enables players to confront each other in sand, ice or dirt playing fields.
This is a video game released in 1990 for the NES, was created by Nintendo. It was distributed exclusively in the Nintendo Entertainment System Sports Set, which included a standard NES console, the Four Score Multiplayer Adapter and four game controllers.
There were two games developed by Technos in the cart: Super Spike V'Ball and Nintendo World Cup.
The first one is a two-on-two beach volleyball game. You participate on a tournament, ending with the world championship. At a time, on one match up to four players can take part in.
As to Nintendo World Cup, it is a soccer game where the player and also might be a friend, can choose a team to represent and play a number of matches until you get the victory in the World Cup.
There are very little rules in the game, so the player can hit opponents without fear of being disciplined