Jahangir Khan World Championship Squash is a unique play for the personal computer for a variety of reasons. The first it the subject. While sports games are abundant, how many games of squash or even racquetball, do you really see on the market? Not a lot. Jahangir Khan World Championship Squash is one of a small handful of games that you can acquire to play this game on your computer.
Jahangir Khan World Championship Squash was both developed and published by Krisalis Software Ltd and was released for most home computing options (such as the Commodore 64 and the MS DOS operating system) in the very early nineties.
Being named after one of the stars of the game (at the time of its release) this is a fully licensed title. It features a nifty isometric view and some pretty smooth game play.
The rules are accurately recreated and the physics of the game are pretty good too. The court layout is also quite authentic and the game can tell the difference between a legal shot and an all-out free for all smash. There are three different ball speeds to help tailor Jahangir Khan World Championship Squash to each player’s skill level, and you can also set the match lengths to
suit your time constraints. Additionally, there is a mode called “easy” for the true novice to both video gaming and squash.