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ASG Golf is a golf simulation game based on real players, courses, and stats. It is available in two versions: a board game version, and a PC version. Courses are released periodically, both US and international courses. Visit ASG Golf Game and ASG Golf Game Purchase Policy for more information.
Hot Stove Games
Hot Stove Games is a line of sports simulation games which includes: B-to-B Indoor Soccer, On the Green Golf, Shot Rock Curling, Ralley Point Volleyball, The Hustlers Pool Game, and Wall-to-Wall Indoor Football. Visit Hot Stove Games for more information.
SherCo Grand Slam Baseball was first released in 1968 by designer Steve LeShay. SherCo features individual stadium grids and a stop-action system where you watch every play unfold right on your tabletop. SherCo also rates every player who appeared during the season, and gives you the rating formulas you need to rate any team for which you have the proper stats. Visit SherCo Baseball for more information.
Fall Classic Baseball
Grab your team and set the starting line up, bench, and bullpen. You’re the manager making the calls and guiding your team to victory.
Fall Classic Baseball brings all of the thrills of managing a big league baseball team to your kitchen table. Call the hit and run, steal a base, is it time to pull the pitcher? All of these decisions are yours to make as you guide your roster towards a pennant. Play today’s stars against Hall of Fame greats in what-if match ups. You’re in control, so enjoy the show and see if your team can go home with a victory in the Fall Classic. Visit Fall Classic Baseball for how to play Fall Classic Baseball.
Thoroughbred Racing Game
The Thoroughbred Racing Game is designed to give a maximum amount of realism, while emphasizinf ease of play. A race can easily be run in 15 minutes, but the method of recording the moves gives a chart of the race that is as detailed as those in the Daily Racing Form. The basic rules are simple, and can be understood by anyone who has played any table top sports game.
The realism is the result of several key features. Each horse runs at his own pace: that is, he may start fast and finish slow, or vice cersa. Some horses are good at short races; others perfer the longer ones. Some horses prefer a fast track; some perfer a muddy one; others prefer the grass. Certain horses will run wall every time, while others run wall only a few timer a season. Good Jockeys can’t make a nag win, but they can keep a horse out of trouble, and they just might make the difference at the finish line. There are different track sheets for each track, since no two tracks are identical. Click Thorough Racing Game