DOS - 1987
Description of Football Manager
In 1987, Addictive Games Ltd publishes Football Manager on DOS. Also published on Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari 8-bit, BBC Micro, Commodore 64, Dragon 32/64, Electron and VIC-20, this strategy and sports game is abandonware and is set in a managerial and soccer / football (european).
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Steve Hoyland 2021-10-07 0 point
Hi you great guys at MyAbandonware - as another person has mentioned in comments, this program has a serious flaw.....there comes a point where "your team" is playing "your team" (eg. Rotherham v Rotherham) which causes the game to crash. This is a flaw which means that the game cannot possibly be played to completion. If you will kindly send me the code, I can easily solve this problem (that is, if using BASIC, Assembler or "hand assembled" hex-code). The game will then be thouroughly playable. Thanks, guys!
Asim 2017-12-14 1 point Commodore 64 version
Loved this game massively, just couldn't stop playing it. then came along the double and much later, football director which i loved even more.
Lucifer deVille 2017-02-18 3 points
So i tried this game.. got it running but in the second season, my team has to play against itself. That freezes the game, so it was more of a taste than actual gameplay. I tried it several times, it is bugged or so.... Still a good feeling i got to see it working again after so many years
Lucifer deVille 2017-02-10 1 point Commodore 64 version
Memories... The first game i played on a computer. Someone left a C64 on in the classroom back in highshool, this game was loaded and ready to go... I played it all afternoon, got the title! An addiction was born...
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