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    Backyard Baseball 2003

    Backyard Baseball 2003 is a baseball sim, with characters that are cartoon kids, not realistic player models. While it has a set of fictional kids known to the franchise it also includes a number of real MLB players, as cartoon modeled kids.
    MLB Players
    Backyard Baseball has 30 real Major League Baseball players. One from every team during the 2003 MLB season.
    Nomar Garciaparra, Greg Vaughn, Alex Rodriguez, Frank Thomas, Jimmy Rollins, Todd Helton, Albert Pujols, Barry Bonds, Randy Johnson, Richie Sexson, Jeff Bagwell, Jeff Conine, Chipper Jones, Derek Jeter, Troy Glauss, Mike Piazza, Brad Radke, Carlos Delgado, Ken Griffey Jr., Vladimer Guerrero, Sammy Sosa, Carlos Beltran, Tim Hudson, Jim Thome, Phil Nevin, Cliff Floyd, Jason Kendall, Ichiro, Bobby Higginson, Jason Giambi
    Fictional Players
    Backyard Baseball 2003 also includs 30 fictional players. These are the same characters that are in other Backyard Sports Games.
    Jocinda Smith, Marky Dubois, Ronny Dobbs, Mario Luna, Achmed Khan, Tony Delvecchio, Dimitri Petrovich, Gretchen Hasselhoff, Lueane Lui, Kimmy Eckman, Ricky Johnson, Annie Frazier, Mikey Thomas, Lisa Crocket, Amir Khan, Sally Dobbs, Pete Wheeler, Dante Robinson, Vicki Kawaguchi, Reese Worthington, Kenny Kawaguchi, Stephanie Morgan, Sidney Weber, Ashely Weber, Angela Delvecchio, Marky Dubois, Pablo Sanchez, Billy Jean Blackwood, Jorge Garcia, Ernie Steele, Kiesha Phillips
    Season Mode
    Season Mode puts you in the Manager chair, letting you draft your team. You may choose from a selection of 30 fiction characters and 30 real MLB players. You put together a team of nine players, one for every position. You may choose where each player will play, and where they will hit in the batting order. If you win enough games, you will go to the play-offs, and then the championship.
    Single Game
    In this game type, you are first presented with a screen (see right) that lets you choose your difficulty, length (in innings), if errors are on, and what field you will play on. Once done, you go pick your players, dodgeball style, alternating picks. You then go play your single game.
    Batting Practice
    In Batting Practice, you choose one player who then hits batting practice. Robotic pitching machine, Mr. Clankey, pitches you a selection of pitches. You can choose whether he throws you a fastball, slow ball, right curve, or left curve.
    Spectator Mode
    In Spectator Mode, you simply watch a game being played. You do not choose teams or anything. You simply watch the game being played.
    Create A Player Mode
    In this mode, you are able to create a player.

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    Backyard Basketball

    Backyard Basketball offers two primary modes of gameplay: Single Game, which allows the player to select a team to compete against a computer-controlled team, and Season Play, which allows the player to select a team to compete against a series of computer-controlled teams over an 18-game season, including two best-of-three playoff series and a best-of-five championship series should the player achieve a large number of victories. The Single Game mode also allows the player to compete against a second player or to practice using a single character.
    Before games can occur, the player has the option to modify a variety of settings. These include court selection, A.I. difficulty (easy, medium, or hard), the presence of certain rules (fouls, fatigue, violations, shot control, and power-ups), sound options (game music, background sounds, and in-game dialogue), controls, and team names. Team modification also involves the customization of jerseys.
    The game’s controls are set to mouse usage by default, capitalizing on a point & click style of gameplay to move characters around. The game is also compatible with keyboards and game pads.

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    Winter Challenge

    DOSBox This game requires DOSBox emulator. Get it here Winter Challenge is an old dos game, published in 1991 by Accolade.
    Winter Sport gameplay
     

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