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Dr. J and Larry Bird Go One on One

Released 1983 · consists of 16 releases.

Be either Dr. J or Larry Bird and engage in a game of One-on-One in this 1983 basketball game.

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Dr. J and Larry Bird Go One on One

First release date 1983
Platform Amiga , Apple II , Commodore 64 , ZX Spectrum , Mac , Atari 8-bit , ColecoVision , TRS-80 CoCo , Atari 7800 , PC
Developer Electronic Arts , Digital Creations , Man Development Corp. , Acclaim Studios Salt Lake City , Micro Fun , Steinhilber, Deutsch, & Gard , SRB Software
Publisher Micro Fun , Electronic Arts , Atari , Ariolasoft UK , Tandy Corporation , Dro Soft , Serma Software
Genre Sports , Basketball
Theme
Franchises
Aliases One-On-One Basketball Julius Erving vs. Larry Bird One-on-one Julius Erving and Larry Bird Go One on One

Gameplay

In this game, the player assumes the role of either Julius "Dr. J" Erving or Larry Bird in a mano-a-mano basketball duel, against another player or the computer. There are two modes: a timed game, or a "play to score" game. On offense, your moves are to spin or shoot (including dunks), and on defense you can attempt to block a shot, swat at the ball, with over-aggressiveness garnering a foul. Also, the players can dunk the ball with such force that it shatters the backboard, sending a janitor out to sweep up the glass, cartoonishly cursing the offending player as he moves across the screen (censored of course).

This game was highly lucrative for EA and was ported from the Apple II to many systems.

Sequels and Revisions

Since this game was successful, EA decided to make a sequel in 1988, Jordan Vs Bird. This was the same game with updated graphics, new characters, and two mini-games: a Slam Dunk Contest (as Jordan), or a 3-Point Contest (as Bird).

In 1993 Electronic Arts released Jordan In Flight for DOS. This game could be considered a spiritual successor to One-on-One, featuring more players, a revamped 3-on-3 playing style, and digitized sprites.

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Specific release details

One-on-One
One-on-One
Platform ZX Spectrum
Region United Kingdom
Developer Electronic Arts
Publisher Serma Software
Release date N/A
Product code None
Company code None
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players 2
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
Notes (Cassette release) (Spain)

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