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10-Yard Fight
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1985 | Developed by: Nintendo
Genre: Football | Licensed
American Football, the intense game where muscle, brains, and passion collide... brought to lifelike realistic action, for the first time on your Nintendo Entertainment System. Well... sort of. Whether playing alone, or watching, you can't help but be (more...)
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Cyberball
United States
Published by: Jaleco, 1992 | Developed by: Atari
Genre: Football | Licensed
Cyberball is an Atari Games arcade game of 7-man American football, using robotic avatars of different speeds, sizes, and skill sets. The game replaced the standard downs system with an explosive ball that progresses from "cool" to "warm&qu (more...)
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Mike Ditka's Big Play Football
United States
Prototype
Published by: NGD, 2008 | Developed by: Accolade
Genre: Football | Prototype
Mike Ditka's Big Play Football was originally to be published by Accolade, but never saw an actual release. NGD released a limited edition CIB release of this title in 2008 in conjunction with the first Age of Gamers Expo in Knoxville, TN, in associat (more...)
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NFL Football
United States
Published by: LJN, 1989 | Developed by: Enteractive
Genre: Football | Licensed
All of the action of professional football comes to the Nintendo Entertainment System with NFL FOOTBALL. You can play with any of the 28 NFL teams. When you hit the field, there are two playbooks to choose from: a standard NFL playbook and one suited to y (more...)
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Play Action Football
United States
Published by: Nintendo, 1990 | Developed by: TOSE
Genre: Football | Licensed
This game was highly impressive for its time. It allowed players to choose from ten real teams from various cities, and each team featured all the actual players that were currently playing for them. The game used an isometric view, presenting the game at (more...)
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Quarterback, John Elway's
United States
Published by: Tradewest, 1989 | Developed by: Rare, Ltd.
Genre: Football | Licensed | AKA: John Elway's Quarterback Challenge, John Elway's Team Quarterback
In John Elway's Quarterback, it's one player vs. the computer or two human players going head-to-head in single-game American football action. Select your team's home city (there is no NFL or NFLPA license, so there are no real teams or player (more...)
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Tecmo Bowl
United States
Published by: Tecmo, 1990 | Developed by: Tecmo
Genre: Football | Licensed
Despite being more realistic than other games of the era, like Ten Yard Fight, Tecmo Bowl still had some faults. For instance, any pass thrown to a covered receiver resulted in an interception, and it was unrealistically easy to block field goals and extr (more...)
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Tecmo Super Bowl
United States
Published by: Tecmo, 1991 | Developed by: Tecmo
Genre: Football | Licensed
After the initial success of Tecmo Bowl, Tecmo followed up with the release of Tecmo Super Bowl in 1991. The company was able to obtain the NFL's team license, making it the first game to feature all 28 NFL teams of the day. It became a great success (more...)
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