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World Class Rugby (Commodore 64)

World Class Rugby Commodore 64 Loading screen


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Like Domark's Rugby: The World Cup, World Class Rugby was released alongside the 1991 Rugby World Cup, which was won by New Zealand in a final against England. Recreating this full 16-team event is an option, as are individual friendly matches and an 8-team league.

Options are highly customisable - there are 10 skill levels, variable match lengths, the option to play without offsides, and variable pitch conditions. Replays can be enabled for each try, and then saved to disk. The accurate rules of rugby are recreated, including scrums, line-outs, penalties and drop goals.


World Class Rugby Commodore 64 The opening match of the 1991 World Cup for each team
World Class Rugby Commodore 64 Diving tackle
World Class Rugby Commodore 64 Spreading the play back inside
World Class Rugby Commodore 64 Condition options

Alternate Titles

  • "World Class Rugby: Five Nations Edition" -- Formal DOS Title
  • "Sports Action Rugby" -- Working title

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Commodore Force Dec, 1993 92 out of 100 92
Power Play Feb, 1992 67 out of 100 67


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