Also Known As
Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu (JP)
Number of Players
Release Date


  • JP 26th Jul 1988
  • US Jun 1989

Wii (Wii Shop)

  • US 22nd Sep 2008, 500 points
  • JP 17th Jun 2008, 500 points

3DS (3DS eShop)

  • JP 6th Mar 2013, ¥500

Wii U eShop

  • EU 13th Mar 2014, £3.49
  • US 19th Jun 2014, $4.99
  • JP 18th Dec 2013, ¥500

3DS eShop

  • EU 5th Jun 2014, £3.59
  • US 19th Jun 2014, $4.99
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    Utterly ridiculous and sublime

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    Not too dodgy

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About The Game

Sports don’t come much faster and more intense than dodge ball, and this classic NES simulation brings you all the fun without the bruises!

In World Mode, take charge of Team USA and face off against rival teams around the world to become number one. But beware: certain teams’ courts have obstacles like slippery ice or swamps. Alternatively, compete against a friend in Versus Play, and hone your skills without rules in the free-for-all Bean Ball mode for one or two players.