Originally Posted by StarEye
While the gameplay in Speedball 2100 stayed the same (honestly can't remember, I'll give it another go), the messy graphics ruined the playability. Speedball 2 had "better" graphics, imho.
I agree with you about the graphics - perhaps they "felt" wrong - but I bought it for £10 a few years ago and played it lots - certainly got my money's worth. Although I probably wouldn't have bought it if my Amiga Speedball 2 still worked.