Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 76 / SEPTEMBER 1986 / PAGE 118

News & Products

Statistical Baseball Game
    SubLogic has introduced Pure-Stat Baseball, a statistical baseball simulation game originally being released for the Commodore 64, with later versions planned for the Apple II and IBM computers.
    Pure-Stat Baseball contains every major-league team from the 1985 season, along with eight classic teams from the past. The game, which is for one or two players, lets you trade team players, draft new players, or create your own teams. There are three stadiums to choose from on the game disk, or you can purchase an optional disk with every major league stadium in the U.S.
    The emphasis throughout the game is on statistical realism. You select the team you want to manage, then pick the team you want to play against. Choose starting lineups, pitchers, make player substitutions, and call plays. Each player acts and moves individually on every play. The game maintains a complete statistical record as well.
    The Commodore 64 version sells for $49.95. Versions for the Apple II and IBM PC computers will be released at a later date.
    SubLogic Corp., 713 Edgebrook Dr., Champaign, IL 61820.
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