Published in the book Sixty Programs For The BBC Micro by Pan Books Ltd, in association with Personal Computer News. Original program by Paul Stanley, converted for the BBC Micro by Ian Thomas. Later published on the Electron User Group PD Disc 54 in October 2000.
Sixty Programs For The BBC Micro contains the following description:
Although we say it ourselves, this program is very close to being a masterpiece. Let's face it, you're never going to make it into the ring, but the hours you spend keying in programs amount to a great deal of repressed aggression. So here's your chance to take on the boxing champions of the world without stirring from your armchair. The program offers you a bird's eye view of a boxing ring and the opportunity to go three rounds with an opponent of your choice. You only score points if you manage to connect with the head, and a KO is possible if your strategy's slick enough.
|Publishers||Electron User Group|
Pan Books Ltd.
Personal Computer News (PCN) (VNU Business Publications)
|Primary genre||Sport (Boxing)|
|Compatibility||A:✘ B:✔ Master: Untested|
|Compilation||Sixty programs for the BBC Micro (BOOK)|