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Information 2 reviews 1 manual Cheatcode 3 weblinks
14 screenshots 2 boxscans 1 diskscan 2 miscshots Conversion Gamemap
Year of the first release1992LicenseCommercial
Number of disks (or CD)2PublisherGenias - Worldwide
Number max of players2Budget publisher
Simultaneous max players2DeveloperHolodream
ArtistsCoder : Fabrizio Farenga
Coder : Francesco Simula
Graphician : Alfredo Siragusa
Graphician : Raffaele Valensise
Musician : Nicola Tomljanovich (Tommy)
Musician : Raffaele Valensise
Misc : Raffaele Valensise
Language in manualItalian
Amiga original gameyes
Have cheatcodeyes
Have SPS releaseno
WHD installyesWHD information
Updated  2020-02-20 21:09:37
HD installnoHD notes
SubcategoryBeat-'em-up - Competitive
ThemeSport - Wrestling
Conversion hardware
Conversion notes

N.B. C64/PC versions were advertised, but never released. Info. on the C64 release is avail. on GTW64.

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[1] Game concept by Raffaele Valensise. Main coding by Fabrizio Farenga; additional coding by Francesco Simula. Graphics & animation by Alfredo Siragusa and Raffaele Valensise. Music by Nicola Tomljanovich; sound FX by Nicola Tomljanovich and Raffaele Valensise.

[2] Game features support for savegames (to save your game position in tournament mode only).

[3] Distributed in Italy by Softel.

[4] ***TOP WRESTLING (full release)*** has been deemed freeware by main coder Fabrizio Farenga and is available for download from these sources:

TOP WRESTLING (full release) [Source:]
TOP WRESTLING (full release) [Source: AMI Sector One]
TOP WRESTLING (full release) [Source: EAB FTP site]
TOP WRESTLING (full release) [Source: EAB FTP mirror site]
TOP WRESTLING (full release) [Source: Amiga Future]

[5] According to main coder Fabrizio Farenga, TOP WRESTLING was inspired by popular 1980s/90s wrestling show WWF Superstars of Wrestling:

'The game concept was born when the WWF Wrestling TV show was at the zenith in Italy. Raffele Valensise told me we should create a "Blockbuster", so we dropped a simple platform game called "Alien Hunter" and started with the development of this classic beat-em-up.

We taken a lot of ideas from the TV Show, where the anchormen Dan Peterson (aka Ted Hutchinson in our game) excited the crowd and was very ironic.

Most of the characters resemble famous wrestler of late '80s and some other famous people (like a "young" Saddam Hussein).

The game was published by Genias and didn't sold very well, probably because we had poor marketing but, hey, it was my first game!!!

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