Manchester United (Amiga)

Game

Manchester United (aka Manchester United: The Official Computer Game) is a football/soccer simulation created by Krisalis originally for the Amiga and published in 1990.

AliasManchester United: The Official Computer Game
Year1990
GenreSports
Rating4 (4)10
PublisherKrisalis Software
DeveloperKrisalis Software
Updated24 July 2017
TAGSsports soccer managerial

Game Review

Manchester United (aka Manchester United: The Official Computer Game) is a football/soccer simulation created by Krisalis originally for the Amiga and published in 1990. It was ported to Commodore 64, DOS, Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum and Atari ST.

The game uses the official license of the Manchester United and, as you can expect, you won't be able to choose other teams. Despite this, and despite the minimum match time is 10 minutes (how annoying), it's a game that received positive reviews. In terms of action it doesn't beat Sensible Soccer or Kick Off, but the tactical part is well done. The Tacti Grid, a system that allows the player to micro-manage the football players, will make all coaches very happy.



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