Sports Games

The best sports simulation games to play on PC (Part 3)

Super Arcade Football

Developer: Out of the Bit

Release Date: Early Access

Super Arcade Football is based on the top-down perspective of Sensible Soccer but has more modern features, the most impressive is the slow shot that breaks all physical laws. Unlike SWOS, you can play Super Arcade Football online, making playing with other players much easier.

QWOP

Developer: Bennett Foddy

Launch date: November 2008

In certain angles, QWOP is a … non-sport game. Most sports games focus on the use of simple, convenient control mechanisms for players to easily control their athletes. On the contrary, QWOP uses an extremely complicated control system to complicate the running of 110m hurdles (you do not misread, there are fences, but most players can’t play until there is a fence so they don’t know), which makes the game extremely frustrating and funny.

Fire Pro Wrestling World

Developer: Spike Chunsoft

Release Date: Early Access

Is wrestling a sport? According to Vince McMahon (WWE boss), it is an ‘entertainment sport’, so it is temporarily accepted for this list. Unlike the bad official WWE games, Fire Pro Wrestling World is more about performing, encouraging players to play more visually than just focusing on winning. That, coupled with the character creation system on Steam Workshop, makes Fire Pro Wrestling a standout game compared to other wrestling games.

Desert Golfing

Developer: Captain Games

Premiere Date: December 2017

Desert Golfing minimalist golf game achieved great success on mobile and has just been launched on Steam. This is a seemingly simple game but not easy at all, creating extremely tough screens with only a few basic geometric components. More specifically, it is impossible to return, so every wasted attack will stay there forever. Previously, this game was only available on the Windows Store.

OlliOlli

Developer: Roll7

Premiere Date: July 2014

OlliOlli’s success lies in knowing the fun of old skateboarding games like Tony Hawk and bringing them into two-dimensional space. OlliOlli’s simple horizontal viewing angle makes it easier to get acquainted with the sliding location while also being able to consistently perform extremely eye-catching tricks.