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Atari 2600The Video Game Critic (Oct 21, 2006)
But all things considered, Super Challenge Football is a lot of fun, and it's one of several quality football games for the 2600.
IntellivisionAll Game Guide (1998)
Easily the most elaborate football simulation of the era, NFL Football is a two-player-only game that relies heavily on keypad control for entering the various plays (nine offensive and nine defensive). Each team has just five players, but most of the basics of the pro game are intact, including running and passing plays, punting, field goals, safeties and interceptions. The lack of a computer opponent limits the game somewhat and the controls do take a while to master. However, the pseudo three-quarter viewpoint is effective, the field looks great, the sound effects are realistic and there are numerous strategic possibilities.
IntellivisionThe Video Game Critic (Sep 24, 2008)
The clock inexplicably stops after first downs, and once it's running it keeps going indefinitely, which can be a problem. Despite its shortcomings, NFL Football is still very entertaining when played by two competitive sports fans.
Atari 2600Woodgrain Wonderland (May 15, 2018)
Super Challenge Football also seems like a superior football title compared to Atari’s. You program every offensive and defensive lineman, which is a nice touch. I programmed both teams for every play. Although I had a hard time remembering specific plays (you can’t consult the manual for info without closing Stella), the game appeared to be far more realistic than either of the Atari football games I’ve played so far (Football and RealSports Football).