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European Superleague

European Superleague
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European Superleague cover art


Developer(s) Matrix Developments
Publisher(s) CDS Microsystems
Platform(s) Amiga, Amstrad CPC 6128, Atari ST, PC and Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128/+3
Release date(s) 1990
Genre(s) Sports
Mode(s) 1 to 8 players

European Superleague is a football sports management game released for the Amiga, Amstrad CPC 6128, Atari ST, PC and Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128/+3 platforms. It was created in 1990 by Matrix Developments and published by CDS Microsystems.[1]

Gameplay

Up to eight players can manage one European team on one of three difficulty levels. The player's responsibilities are training, scouting, transfers, press speeches and team strategy (this is the best part of the game, lots of tactics).

Each team has 20 players with different skill that change throughout the season, so the player has to select the starter eleven for every match.[2]

References

  1. ^ European Superleague at HOL Amiga Database
  2. ^ European Superleague at ysrnry.co.uk

External links

  • European Superleague at gamerwiki.com
  • European Superleague at cpcgamereviews.com
  • Spectrum cover of the Spanish version


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