Brian Clough's Football Fortunes (Microsoft Windows) - Overview

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BRIAN CLOUGH'S FOOTBALL FORTUNES is a football management game with a big difference. In an exciting departure from earlier computer simulation games, BRIAN CLOUGH'S FOOTBALL FORTUNES combines an excellent range of computer based features with an fascinating board game. The result for the players is a package which gives the social aspects and skill of other best-selling board games with the flexibility and speed of play which only a computer can supply.

BRIAN CLOUGH'S FOOTBALL FORTUNES can be played by two to five players who take on the roles of team managers. Each manager must successfully steer his team through the season, using his skill to make his team stronger as the game proceeds. He competes with human and computer controlled teams in a ten strong league, and the F.A. Cup. From the second season onwards, each team will also enter one of three European competitions.

FEATURES INCLUDE                                                 CONTENTS INCLUDE
* Ten Strong League                                              * Computer Program
* F.A. and European Cups                                     * Playing Board
* Four Skill Levels                                                    * Five Coloured Counters
* Variable Game Length                                       * 112 Player Cards
* Computer Die                                                       * Six Immunity Cards
* Teleprinter                                                            * Pack of Money
* Constantly Updated League Tables And        * 10 Spare Player Cards
  Assessments Of Each Manager's

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spurgeonryan posted 14/07/2011, 05:12
Amstrad CPC ws produced between 1984 and 1990 as a colour(british) home computer system. That is the screenshot
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spurgeonryan posted 14/07/2011, 05:04
This was one crazy guy!
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