Your screen is to small to play this free sports game.
Here is a baseball game written in a weird Asian language. I don't know a word of what it says but, the point is to aim on the right screen and adjust your strength and then hit hit baseball with your bat. Try to throw fast pitches and hit homerun for your team. It doesn't sound too bad, but it is actually not that easy and also it gets a lot harder when you don't understand the language the in-game instructions are written in. Have Fun!
Do you like sports, and do you also enjoy to play an sports flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Baseball Game flash game online.
This fun online game is played with mouse only.
Over the years, video games have evolved from simple pixels to hyper-realistic displays. According to BleacherReport.com baseball games have done much the same, going from a white pixel that was probably a ball to the games on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. There have been some great baseball games during the past 30-plus years, whether it's due to great realism, a certain charm or just the way they were made. In 1982 Atari came out with Super Challenge Baseball, with having a huge light grey baseball, the video game wasn't a pretty sight. That being said, at least it was clear where everyone was meant to be and it could be played through like a regular baseball game. RealSports Baseball in 1983 looked nicer, and the background actually seemed like a diamond. The graphics were good enough that it seemed like it went to the limits of the 2600. Nintendo released a baseball game immediately upon production of the NES. Instead of the two default teams, you now had six to choose from, and the graphics were noticeably improved, giving us a taste of things to come. It was about as simplistic as you could get, but perhaps that was better; it was no-nonsense and it made it fun. It took until the late 1980s, but Atari did manage to hold their own in the baseball game market with Pete Rose Baseball. The 2600 graphics were stretched to the limit, and the 7800 ones looked good as well. With the exception of the crows noise sounding like static you couldn't turn off, the Atari system had at least one game they could smile about, even if the NES had more to come.