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Gold Medal Challenge 92

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Gold Medal Challenge 92
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Gold Medal Challenge '92 was a 1992 video game by Capcom. It was an Olympic sports game loosely based on the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. It heavily relied on button mashing style games.

The countries that were available are the United States of America, China, Great Britain, Germany, Bulgaria, Spain, Commonwealth of Independent States (C.I.S.), Canada, France, Romania, Hungary, and Japan


Gameplay[edit | edit source]

This game is also notable for its capability to have 8 human competitors to compete in the Olympiad concurrently against each other (although only 2 at a time). It consisted of the following events:

Button Mashing Events:

  • 100 M Dash (Track & Field)
  • 200 M Dash (Track & Field)
  • 400 M Dash (Track & Field)
  • 4 x 100 M Relay (Track & Field)
  • Weightlifting

Button Mashing & Angle/Button Timing Events:

  • Long jump (Track & Field)
  • Triple jump (Track & Field)
  • High jump (Track & Field)
  • Shot put (Track & Field)
  • Javelin throw (Track & Field)
  • 110 M Hurdles (Track & Field)
  • Vault (gymnastics)

Rhythm/Timing Events

  • 100 m Backstroke (Swimming)
  • 100 m Breaststroke (Swimming)
  • 100 m Butterfly (Swimming)
  • 100 m Freestyle (Swimming)
  • 200 m Individual medley (Swimming)

Strategy Events

  • Marathon