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Title Bout Championship Boxing now available for Linux

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Title Bout Championship Boxing - Beta/Pre-purchase on Monday 20th May

Title Bout Championship Boxing is the latest edition of our professional boxing simulation that dates back to the highly successful and current cult classic board game, Title Bout: The Game of Professional Boxing, produced by Avalon Hill Game Company.

We have set a release date of 10th June for TB2013. It is $19.99 to new customers, but for all of you that own a previous version of the game you will get a $10 discount, so you only pay $9.99.

Pre-order sales started yesterday, Monday 20th May 2013, with all those pre-ordering the game able to download and test the latest Beta build.

The game is currently at "Beta Release Candidate 2" and if no further
serious bugs are found, this will be the released version.

The game features thousands of real boxers maintained by dedicated community members, with the ability to re-stage classic bouts or create "What if?" scenarios, such as pitting Sugar Ray Robinson against Marvin Hagler. TBCB can even be used to forecast upcoming fights.


Title Bout Championship Boxing also features Top Ten lists, complete statistics, revised and multiple ranking systems, full editing capabilities, and much more. Trainers, corner men, and referees are all part of the simulation, adding an extra dimension of realism.


* Availible on Mac and Linux as well as Windows for the first time
* New skining system with new look and feel
* New fight graphics
* Improved synchronization between fight commentary and action display
* Improved table sort with custom column selection
* Integrated note/memo/bio editing
* Added importing of fighter CSV files for bulk changes
* Tracking of fighters earnings on fight cards
* Lots of little GUI tweaks and improvements

More information, screenshots and purchasing link can be found here:,,showapp,13 Article taken from
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