Kings of the Beach

Original Platform: NES

Kings of the Beach is a beach volley game created by Electronic Arts initially for MS-DOS in 1998, then ported to Commodore 64 in 1989 and finally released for the NES in 1990.

Year1990
GenreSports
Rating4.5

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PublisherElectronic Arts
DeveloperElectronic Arts
OS supportedWindows XP, 2000 & Windows 7, MacOS X 10.6+
Updated19 May 2018
TAGSvolleyball birds-eye view beach

Game Review

Kings of the Beach is a beach volley game created by Electronic Arts initially for MS-DOS in 1998, then ported to Commodore 64 in 1989 and finally released for the NES in 1990.

The designer, Michael Abbot, worked on other successful sports games like "One on One" and "Ski or Die." For Kings of the Beach, he collaborated with Nana Wallace and two famous players: Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos. If you choose tournament, you will have to compete in five different beaches: San Diego, Chicago, Waikiki, Rio de Janeiro, and Australia.

The NES version of Kings of the Beach was the most successful one. Reviews from the magazines were extremely positive. It's the perfect game for the summer!


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