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Interceptions are where Touch Down Fever really shines. Any team – yours or the computers – can intercept with the greatest of ease, which means you’ll constantly be switching sides back and forth. Even if these annoyances had been dealt with, Touch Down Fever is a mediocre football title that reminds me why I don’t care for the game in the first place.
While there are a couple of nice gameplay elements
not seen in other football titles, such as two-point conversion
attempts, laterals, and the ability for two human players to play
on the same team, it’s clear that the development team only had a
cursory knowledge of football when creating this ﬂawed title.