Baseball Boy Game

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Developer(s)Nintendo R&D1
Designer(s)Shigeru Miyamoto[1]
Famicom Disk System
Game Boy
    • JP: December 7, 1983
    • NA: October 18, 1985
    • EU: September 1, 1986
    • Famicom Disk System:
      • JP: February 21, 1986
    • Game Boy:
Mode(s)Single-player, two-player

Baseball[a] is a 1983 video game from Nintendo. Being a launch game for the Nintendo Entertainment System, and the universal appeal of its namesake sport, are said to have made Baseball a key to the system's overall success, and an important piece of Nintendo history.[3]


In 1983, the Famicom had only three launch games — soon to be seven, including Baseball. Shigeru Miyamoto said he 'personally really wanted there to be a Baseball game', and was 'directly in charge of the character design and the game design'.[1]

At the 1985 launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System in the Manhattan initial test market, the game was featured prominently among 18 total games. It was demonstrated on a large projector screen, by real Major League Baseball players who played the video game and signed autographs for fans. Because the video game industry was so young and had recently crashed in America, and because the other NES launch games featured fantasy themes that weren't recognizable on sight, the presence of a traditional American pastime was said to be an instantly relatable aid to the system's introductory presentation.[3]


As in real baseball, the object of the game is to score the most runs. The game supports one player versus a computer opponent, or two players. Each player can select from one of six teams.

Though lacking a license to give official team names,[3] their initials in the game are meant to represent the names of real teams from the Japanese Central League or the American Major League Baseball in their respective regions. In gameplay, the only practical difference between the teams is the uniform colors.[4]

Other releases[edit]

vs. Baseball1984ArcadeNintendo Vs. Series. Unlike the original, the game features additional graphics and speech.
Baseball1989Game Boy
Baseball2002e-ReaderBarcoded cards, readable with e-Reader and Game Boy Advance.
Baseball2002GameCubeBaseball is a bonus NES game in the GameCube game, Animal Crossing.
Baseball2007WiiVirtual Console
Baseball20113DSVirtual Console
Baseball2013Wii UVirtual Console
Baseball2018Nintendo SwitchNintendo Switch Online. The emulator allows the game to be played online.


In 2007, IGN gave Baseball a 5.5 out of 10, noting its depth of pitching, its two-player support, 'its still-intact sense of fun', and its important place in Nintendo's history. The review said that the 1985 test market launch of the Nintendo Entertainment System had 'heavily relied upon' Baseball, due to the globally recognizable status of the sport. The review summarized that 'the NES came out a winner—thanks, in part, to Baseball'.[3]

In 2006, GameSpot gave Baseball a 4.2 out of 10, stating that while it was easy to play, the 'bare-bones' replica of the sport 'hasn't withstood the test of time.'[4]



  1. ^ abKohler, Chris. 'Miyamoto Spills Donkey Kong's Darkest Secrets, 35 Years Later'. Wired. Retrieved October 17, 2016.
  2. ^White, Dave (July 1989). 'Electronic Gaming Monthly'. Electronic Gaming Monthly (3): 68.
  3. ^ abcdThomas, Lucas M. (January 16, 2007). 'Baseball VC Review'. IGN. Retrieved July 2, 2015.
  4. ^ abThomas, Aaron (January 4, 2007). 'Baseball Review'. GameSpot. Retrieved December 13, 2013.
Baseball Boy Game

External links[edit]

  • Baseball at NinDB
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Hit hard or go home!Hit your baseball as hard as possible and upgrade your stats! Improve your best distance and unlock even better baseball bats!Prepare for some endless baseball fun!SUBSCRIPTION PRICING AND TERMSSubscription optionsIn our game we have the following subscription offer:Weekly All-star Subscription offers weekly subscription for $7.99 after 3-day free trial which unlocks 3 Premium Boys, Balls and Bats, 75 Free Diamonds Daily, Permanent Double Earnings and Removes All Ads.End of trial period and subscription renewalThis price is established for United States customers. Jammycut, A good, simple game that’s fun!Originally I got ticked off with this game due to the incessant adverts after every two goes! But, recognising it is fun to play, I paid the £2.99 for no adverts and haven’t regretted it once.

My thinking was “I like the game and play it so why not pay the 2.99 to the guys who created it”!There are four attributes you can pay to increase from the coins you earn after every hit - with the distance the ball travels determining how much you earn. But - nice touch here - as you play the game you’re occasionally invited to watch an advert in exchange for a power up!

This invite seems to be after every 20 or so hits. The power up that is upgraded cycles through each time as well. It’s an effective way of upgrading at no cost to you bar an ad running for 30 seconds.A little tip for you - when the ball lands and bounces, if you tap it on screen it gets a boost of power and bounces further. You can do this three times each hit as well!Suggestion to improve the game - if a ball hits a window, how about showing the window breaking and you earn bonus coins. Sounds would be good too plus an option to buy coins?Overall - good game, well worth the £2.99 to turn off the ads! Ollie1996ftw, A fun game destroyed by adverts.This game is actually pretty fun and addictive. However the sheer amount of adverts in this game make it almost unplayable.

The video adverts appear so often that it’s very frustrating to play. Some of the adverts take 30 seconds to go away. It doesn’t sound so bad but it’s after every two goes or hits of the ball. As well as constant adverts at the bottom of the screen. I understand being that it is free there is a need for adverts but I feel the amount could be reduced. I know I could purchase the ad free add-on but I think £2.99 is a little over priced for this simple game. Machinarium download free. Another problem I have with the game is that after getting a perfect hit the ball will almost always be stopped by an obstacle down the middle of the road such as a car or road sign.

It is actually better to not get a perfect hit as the ball usually ends up going further. It’s a real shame because it’s actually quite a fun game, it’s just very frustrating to play.