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720 NES Nintendo

720 NES Nintendo for Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) online. Sometimes it is good being nostalgic about video games. the game was developed and published by Mindscape. This game was also released for other platforms: Arcade game, Various. This is is one of the best Sports NES game. Designed by , it is a gorgeous NES game.

This NES game is a game to remember. With an cool story and lovable characters, the game has surprising challenges. Have fun with this very traditional NES game. You can play it online for free at Games-Free.co.

Important tips to play 720 NES Nintendo

  • To play it NES in fullscreen, click on “X” button, at the bottom right corner.
  • It is possible to save/load the game any time.
  • It is possible to configure keyboard or gamepad to play.
  • It is possible to turn on/off the music.
  • To save the game, exit full screen mode!
  • Have fun in this game, made see in various maneuvers on skateboard, add the most points and get the items scattered throughout the game, good game!

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It is a great game. And we spent more than 16 hours playing it. And it didn’t get tedious. Also its style is traditional, we found ourselfs motivated with this game. The characters are adorable, and the soundtrack is nostalgic as well. You can really have fun through all levels. Playing NES games in browser is really fun at Games-Free.co. Although it is an old game, it somehow realistic. It is good how to the game gets better overtime. Although it is an old game, it somehow realistic.

Gameplay: 8
Graphics: 10
Soundtrack: 8
Characters: 7
Story: 9

720 NES Nintendo Wiki

720 Degrees, or 720°, is a 1986 arcade game by Atari Games.[1] 720°, a skateboarding game, is notable in that it has a unique timed structure that requires the player score points in order to keep the game going. The game’s name comes from the “ultimate” trick, turning a full 720° (two complete circles) in the air after jumping off a ramp. 720° has the player controlling a skateboarder ripping around a middle-class neighborhood. By doing jumps and tricks, the player can eventually acquire enough points to compete at a skate park.

From official materials:

The game consists of four levels each consisting of four events:

Scattered through the levels are several ‘map’ icons placed on the ground which when activated show a map with the roads, parks, shops, and the player’s location marked on it. Also scattered about the level are hazards and obstacles, jumping over hazards earns points.

The player earns points and money for high scores in each event, and doing well at the events earns the cash needed to buy equipment that improves player performance, and a chance at a bronze, silver, or gold medal. Completing all four events in all four classes completes the game.

The cabinet for this game is unique. The speakers for the game are mounted atop the cabinet in a structure resembling a boom box, in line with the game’s skate-rat theme. The display is larger than that for a typical arcade game and very high resolution (similar to that used for Paperboy). The main control is also unique. This joystick moves in a circular fashion, instead of in compass directions like standard joysticks. The game also contains two buttons, one for “kicking” (which refers not to actual “kicking”, but refers to pushing the skate board with a foot for speed) and the other for jumping. The game supported up to two players, alternating play.

The game was ported to the Commodore 64 (twice) in 1987, the Amstrad CPC and ZX Spectrum in 1988, the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1989, and the Game Boy Color in 1999. There is also an unreleased port for the Atari Lynx. Sinclair User described it as “US Gold’s finest hour”. On Side 2 of the game cassette, there was a recording of the music from the original arcade game.[10]

Emulated versions of the game are included in Midway Arcade Treasures, released in 2003 and 2004, Midway Arcade Origins, released in 2012, and Lego Dimensions, released in 2015.[11]

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