Airball is a videogame released in 1987 by MichTron/Microdeal. The game was programmed by Ed Scio, graphics by Pete Lyon, music by Paul Shields, and level design by Pete Scott. Pete Lyon was the main artist for Microdeal games in the late 1980s, such as Goldrunner and Tanglewood..
The game was originally released for the Dragon 32/64 and TRS-80 Colour Computer, with ports following for the Atari ST, Amiga, MS-DOS, Atari 8-bit, and Game Boy Advance. Airball was also ported to the Apple IIgs, but saw an extremely limited run with fewer than 150 sales for the platform. A version for the NES was under development, but cancelled; however, several partially complete prototype cartridges are circulating. Reproduction carts have been made available from RetroZone.