I have to admit that I have never played a game of squash in real life before and I have no idea of how the game is played and what the rules are. From playing the game I figured that the basics are fairly simple and you have to bounce a ball on a wall from inside a square room. The ball has to be above a certain line before it can be returned but there is no set direction or place you have to hit it. The aim is to hit it so that you oppenent cannot return the ball thus scoring you a point.

This game is a fairly simple representation and it give you the option of praticing, playing a single match or competing in a tournament. Practice is pretty straightforward and it gives you the opportunity to learn the mechanics but it does not help you at all with the rules or how the game should be played. The tournament mode is basically an elimination game where if you win you will go to the next round. You can also change the names of all the players to something you like but other than that the game doesn’t offer a lot of options.

I have to admit that I know little about squash but from what I have seen this game is a fairly simple respresentation of the actual sport. You can’t hit any special effect balls which I’m pretty sure you can do in real life for instance. This game is therefore only interesting for those who are complete novices in squash to learn a bit about the game but serious player need not apply.

Overal rating: 5.5/10

Erde Kaiser

This game was released for one systems here are some notes:

C64 Released in 1993.
Game has been tested but not completed with CCS64 v2.0 win.
Date added Feb-28-2005 19:26
Name World championship squash
Developer Zeppelin games
Publisher Zeppelin games
First released 1993
Genre Sport