The Video Game Project

A Closer Look At The Prototypes That Became Your Favourite Games!

Baseball Simulator 1000

Baseball Simulator 1.000 is (you guessed it) a baseball game that was developed and published by Culture Brain for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in 1989 in Japan and a year later in Northern America.

Within the game, there is an exhibition mode, a regular season mode, and a team edit mode that allows the player to make his own players to form a customized team. There are four leagues to choose from. The first two only include normal teams, the third only ultra teams, and the fourth allows a player to mix and match in order to create their own league from any of the normal and ultra teams. The player can choose to either control a normal team or an ultra baseball team, that has super hitting and pitching in order to boost their chances of winning.

Baseball Simulator 1000 Prototype - Front

Proto - Front

Baseball Simulator 1000 Prototype - PCB

Proto - PCB

Baseball Simulator 1000 Prototype - Back

Proto - Back