In this Baseball game the match ends as soon as the computer gets the lead. If you manage to win the match then your final score would be 100 + point difference.
Ex: You win the match 10-3. Your final score is 100 + 7 = 107.
Another thing when you manage to play a whole match: Baseball games are now to be played as a real full baseball game. 9 innings must be played. If the home team is ahead at the completion of the first half (the top) of the 9th inning, the game must end. If the home team, batting in the bottom of the ninth makes a play that puts them ahead then the game ends after that play. If both teams are tied at the completion of the 9th inning, innings must be played until one team has won the last inning as if it were the 9th. If the game doesn't continue after a draw after the ninth inning, you must start a new game. Play this game until either you or the computer have a lead after an inning as if it were the 9th. If you are in the lead, add it to the first draw game, and press ESC to finish the game. If the computer gets the lead after an inning, you've lost the game, and will get a score of zero.
Finally, should you not be capable of winning the match, then you miss out on the 100 points for winning the match. This means that if the match is stopped after the fourth inning because the computer leads 4-6, your final score is 4 points for the four runs you made.
This Baseball game also include the Mercy Rule, meaning that you win the match when you get a 10+ points lead during the match. If you are the winner by Mercy Rule, your final score is:
100 + point difference
Ex. 1: You win after the third inning by Mercy Rule with a lead of 13-2. You final score is 100 + 11 = 111.
If you lose the match by Mercy Rule, your number of runs are the final score. So, if the game ends after the fifth inning because the computer wins 12-2 by the Mercy Rule, your final score is 2 for the two runs you made.
last edited 07 Feb 2003 22:16:41 GMT by Frankie (ztt)
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