European Soccer Challenge Azygram

European Soccer Challenge

Released 1990 · consists of 13 releases.

A soccer game where the player can choose one of sixteen European soccer teams and play against another player or the computer.

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European Soccer Challenge

First release date 1990
Platform Amiga , Amstrad CPC , Atari ST , Commodore 64 , ZX Spectrum
Developer Software Sorcery , Players Software , Sonic Graffiti
Publisher Smash 16 , Players Software , EDOS , Top Shots
Genre Sports , Soccer
Theme
Franchises
Aliases
No description

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Specific release details

European Soccer Challenge
European Soccer Challenge
Platform ZX Spectrum
Region United Kingdom
Developer Players Software , Sonic Graffiti
Publisher EDOS
Release date N/A
Product code None
Company code 683
Rating
Minimum Players 1
Maximum Players 2
Resolutions N/A
Sound Systems N/A
Single player Features N/A
Multi player Features N/A
Widescreen Support No
Notes (Cassette re-release)

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