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Commodore 64 5 2.0
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Combined User Score 5 2.0

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ZX SpectrumASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Jan, 1987)
Die Grafik (Spectrum) konnte voll überzeugen; bald werden wir sehen, um welches Maß besser die der C- 64-Version sein wird. Die Spieler sind gut animiert; die Spielzüge gut „einstudiert“. Der Sound besteht nur aus Geräuschen. Alles in allem: Ein sehr ordentliches Spiel, das als eine „erweiterte Tipp-Kick-Fassung“ aufgefaßt werden darf. Einen herzlich Dank an GRAND SLAM. Bravo!
Amstrad CPCTilt (Feb, 1988)
Les animations sont rapides et les bruitages, bien que peu présents dans le jeu, sont de bonne qualité (applaudissements réalistes). Un jeu qui peut amuser.
Commodore 64Computer Gamer (Feb, 1987)
Unfortunately, that's all there is to it. No international matches, no cup finals just an assortment of meaningless matches and sixteen skill upgrading sessions. Peter Shilton's Handball Maradona would be fine as a budget game but at £6.95 it's an own goal.
Commodore 64Commodore User (Feb, 1987)
What you have here is a slimmer version of the keeping part of International Football. Just as the keeper responded to the joystick to make a save so do you in this game. To just concentrate on that I'd have wanted better graphics and control over the player. Instead you end up with a bloke about as skillful as Alex Stepney. I'm calling up the reserve keeper - Peter Shilton's getting a free transfer.