Club Racquetball is a decent depiction of the sport, with multiple players of both sexes you can choose from, and a variety of single matches and tournaments. Multiplayer options are also available, although only as hot-seat play, so jostling your friend on the same keyboard makes the game more cumbersome than fun. The computer AI is quite good, and movement of the ball is generally realistic, although the absence of realistic ball shadows make judging the distance quite difficult.
With good sound effects, crisp graphics, and a variety of tournament options, Club Racquetball plays a good game of this little-known sport. Too bad it was never made for PC, but then again that is not so surprising given the sport?s limited popularity compared to squash. Gameplay-wise, Krisalis? Jahangir Khan?s World Championship Squash is a much stronger game, but racquetball fans will have little to complain with this underdog. Not exceptional, but not a bad game either.