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Emilio Butragueño ¡Fútbol! (Amstrad CPC)

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Emilio Butragueño Fútbol is a game branded with the moniker of the Spanish striker Butragueño, who was discovered for the rest of the world in the World Cup 1986.

The game is simply a simulation of soccer; no league, no tournament... only a match, team white against team red.


Emilio Butragueño ¡Fútbol! Amstrad CPC At the kick off
Emilio Butragueño ¡Fútbol! Amstrad CPC Loading screen
Emilio Butragueño ¡Fútbol! Amstrad CPC Main menu
Emilio Butragueño ¡Fútbol! Amstrad CPC The goalie got the ball.

Alternate Titles

  • "E. Butragueño" -- Official abbreviation

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Butragueño's clothes on the game cover were dyed in red in order to not offend the non-Madridist fans from Spain, because the clothes in that picture were originally white, the most representative color of Real Madrid, his legendary team.
Martin Smith (63136) added Emilio Butragueño ¡Fútbol! (Amstrad CPC) on Sep 15, 2005
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