Double Dribble Mint
Double Dribble is a video game by Konami. The original version was an arcade game released in 1986. In September of 1987 a version followed for Nintendo’s Nintendo Entertainment System. A version was also released for the Commodore 64 computer. The NES version features 5-on-5 action on a horizontally scrolling court four different teams (Boston New York Chicago Los Angeles) three levels of single-play difficulty and four different choices of quarter lengths. Double Dribble was among the first games to feature cut-scenes which depicted a mid-air player completing a slam-dunk and one of the first to use speech though in a limited quantity (such as announcing the game title and the game’s beginning jump ball). A sequel called Double Dribble The Playoff Edition was released in 1994 for the Sega Mega Drive.
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