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TITLE BOUT II GAME SIMULATION OF PROFESSIONAL BOXING!
NEW TITLE BOUT II NEWS UPDATES
ALL THE LATEST: 04/20/20
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Roberto Duran WW Re-visited, along with a new card.
Play-tested and Completely New Strategy System, along with SOLO TABLES for use with either the new system or the original cards.
The Complete Game is now available directly and exclusively from this website.
Bill Salm's Title Bout II for Windows 1.0.5
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Rated Corner Men: Set 1
Armando 'Mando" Ramos vs. Alexis Arguello
Using two of the fighters in the upcoming Lightweight Card Set, read a ringside report on the recently held bout, scheduled for 12-rounds of boxing between Mexican American knockout artist, Armando Ramos and Nicaragua's pride and joy, Alexis 'The Explosive Thin Man'.
The Ramos vs. Arguello bout headlined a stellar card at the Title Bout Arena and, unlike some much heralded bouts, this one lived up to expectations.
Read the round-by-round report by clicking on one of the two fighters below:
LIGHTWEIGHT PREVIEW BOUT!
Get the complete rundown on the new card set, the new categories and what will be coming next. Just click on the sample card above.
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Save those Boxer Data Files!!!!
Recently, another issue has arisen, concerning the Title Bout II for Windows: a rash of people who have installed the game on another PC and they can't understand why the fighter sets they bought six months ago aren't installed as well. The game and the fighter sets are separate items. They need to save the fighter setup files after they initially install the fighters in case they need to reinstall them at a later date. If they purchase Microsoft Office do they throw away the installation discs after they install the program? My guess is no, so why would they delete the fighter installers after they install them? They need to keep these files in a safe place.