Back in the day, there was this game system called Atari ST. And for this system, there were many games. More specifically, though, there was a game called Speedball. Set in the future, Speedball combined American football, hockey, brutality, speed, and ball. After its initial installment on the ST, it was ported to several other consoles, including Amiga, where it became wildly popular.

Fast forward many years, and Speedball has been remade, revamped, and re-released for many other game systems. Today, it's available for Android.

In this new Android throwback, you can choose from 336 unique players and 28 teams across four different plants, make your team as boss as possible with over 20 different power-ups, and keep the game going with 10 Season Career Mode and 10 Single Player Modes. It also offers the choice between tilt and virtual joystick controls, as well as Xperia Play optimization.

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Speedball 2 will cost you $3, so hit the widget to grab it.

Cameron Summerson
Cameron is a self-made geek, Android enthusiast, horror movie fanatic, musician, and cyclist. When he's not pounding keys here at AP, you can find him spending time with his wife and kids, plucking away on the 6-string, spinning on the streets, or watching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre on repeat.

  • Matteo Luigi Riso

    Yeah! Ill get it! When will Xenon 2 Megablast appear for Android, too?

  • Dolphin

    I haven't played this game since my old Amiga 500 was around! O.O

  • CJ Walker

    Where the fuck is Dead Trigger?!? Grrrrr... it's already in the iOS app store -_-

  • http://twitter.com/PCSievers P.C. Sievers

    Loved this game on my Amiga.

    Now we just need some James Pond 2: Robocod, Wild Cup Soccer and Dune 2 :D

  • RealityCheck2013

    I LOVE the old BITMAP BROTHERS games :P I got this on my PS3 as a PSN Minis game & it's excellent + it looks good on Android to.
    'GODS' next PLEASE! ! ! :P

  • Adam Skinner

    I used to play Speedball as a kid, probably on a C64 or early x86 machine.

  • khun

    I want to use play store.

  • Paul

    Atari ST's weren't game systems, but personal computers like the C64 or the Amigas.
    Atari was mostly used in the music scene, while Amiga was used in the video scene.
    One could play games on all systems too of course ;)