Thirty-two, sixteen, forty-eight... Hut! Hut! Hut! Everyone knows that Americans worship American Football more than they do the Pope, but what is it all about?
Well, your basic objective is to transport the ball from one end of the field to the other, scoring a touchdown if you reach the other end. You've got a number of different offensive and defensive moves at your disposal.
You take the role of both coach and players, selecting the team, strategy and different types of play, then putting those strategies to practical use. Played using either mouse or joystick, you can go just as silly in front of the telly as the Americans do in a crowd of a hundred thousand other lunatics.
The simple fact that this is an American Football simulation will be enough to put many people off from even considering it. This is a shame though, as this is a better than average version of what can (at times) be a tremendously exciting sport.
Originally programmed by Accolade, this version incorporates everything you would expect to see in an American Football game. OK, so the graphics may be a little dodgy but they are more than adequate for the task at hand. At first I was under the impression that all you were required to do was call the plays and sit back and watch, but in actuality you also take control of one of the players in both offense and defence.
Generally, these type of games have extremely limited interest to the player. 4th and inches is different though and offers a good, long lasting challenge.
An american football game, with simple visuals. This is a sport/strategy game, for one or two players. There are two teams, the All-Pros and the Champs. You can control the whole team, the strategy, view the statistics of the players, etc.
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