Hyper Sports, known in Japan as Hyper Olympic '84 (ハイパーオリンピック'84) is an arcade game published in 1984 by Konami. It is the sequel to 1983's Track & Field and features seven all-new Olympic events.
- 4 Player
Two events from the game - skeet shooting and vault - featured on the BBC television programme "First Class".
Like its predecessor, Hyper Sports has two run buttons and one action button per player. The gameplay is much the same as Track & Field in that the player competes in an event and tries to score the most points based on performance criteria, and also by beating the computer entrants in that event. Also, the player tries to exceed a qualification time, distance, or score to advance to the next event. In Hyper Sports, if all of the events are passed successfully, the player advances to the next round of the same events which are faster and harder to qualify for.
How to Play
Swimming - Swimming speed is controlled by two run buttons, and breathing is controlled by the action button when prompted by swimmer on screen.
Skeet shooting - Selecting left or right shot via the two run buttons while a clay-bird is in the sight.
Archery - Firing of the arrow controlled by action button; the elevation angle is controlled by depressing the action button and releasing at the proper time.
Long horse - Speed to run at horse is computer controlled, player jumps and pushes off horse via the action button, and rotates as many times as possible via run buttons
Triple jump - Speed is controlled by the run buttons, jump and angle are controlled by action button.
Weight lifting - Power used to lift weights is controlled by run buttons, while shift of weight from lifting up to pushing above the head is controlled by action button.
Pole vault - Speed to run is preset by computer, while release of pole and body movement is controlled by the action button.
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