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Crash 'N the Boys Street Challenge - Famicom and NES

Crash 'N the Boys Street Challenge
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5 years, 10 months ago at Jan 13 8:05
Note: I will crush you if you play me in this game. I am the God-Emperor of this game. There are none higher. Made by the same crew as River City Ransom. It's an "urban" sports game, with plenty of legitimate "cheating" that anyone can do, and you are encouraged to do so, as the computer certainly will. An absolute riot to play.
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Sure they're from the wrong side of town but Crash Cooney and his buds from Southside High romped all over the Spring Hill City Track Meet. Now the rich mama's boys from up on the hill want a rematch- no rules, no holds barred, so they're taking it to the streets.
Manufacturer: Technos
Release date: 31 December 1969
EAN: 0045496640019 UPC: 045496640019
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Francisco de la Rosa rated this 8/10 10 months ago
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