With the original Sensible Soccer
having sold hugely, this updated version was released some months later (and then used as the basis for the later console versions). The teams are updated, with the sides present in the 92-93 European tournaments included, and the player names updated to take transfers into account.
The game was tidied up and changed in a number of areas. The most significant change is the addition of red and yellow cards for discipline (2 yellow card offenses or one ‘professional foul’ (denying your opponent a clear goal-scoring opportunity) results in that player being sent off). The goalkeepers have been improved in skill, and the 1994 World Cup Qualifying tournament was added.
- "Sensible Soccer v1.1" -- Amiga/CD32/Atari ST/DOS In-game Title
- "Sensible Soccer" -- Console Title
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According to the German gaming magazine Power Play (issue 02/1993), owners of the Amiga and Atari ST versions of the predecessor Sensible Soccer: European Champions
could upgrade their game to this new version. They simply had to send in their old game plus a upgrade fee. According to their issue 08/1993, this offer was only available inside the UK.