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Computer Football Strategy (TRS-80)

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Computer Football Strategy is modeled after Avalon Hill’s board game based on American style football. Players can select from a wide roster of professional teams spanning from the 1966 Green Bay Packers to 1982 Washington Redskins. Naturally this is a strategy game where players choose from many formations for offense and defense to setup each down. Once selected the down is played out in top down animation style with the plays outcome and stats. The game supports both: player versus computer or two player mode.


Computer Football Strategy TRS-80 Play result with animated field lines
Computer Football Strategy TRS-80 Select teams
Computer Football Strategy TRS-80 Fumble Cowboys recover
Computer Football Strategy TRS-80 Touchdown Cowboys

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Cover art

The computer game's cover artwork is adapted from the box art from the 1982 edition of Avalon Hill's board game version of Football Strategy, although only on the computer version do they superimpose the AH logo on the players' helmets to make them appear to be playing for the Avalon Hill team!
me3D31337 (44889) added Computer Football Strategy (TRS-80) on Sep 22, 2010
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