American Football, the intense game where muscle, brains, and passion collide, Whether playing yourself, or just watching others, you can't help but get into the 10-yard fight!
Offense tries to advance as far as they can towards the goal line. However, defense is ready to stop you with as mnay as 183 starting formations and as many as 133,407 plays -- they're trying to get yardage and win the game too! Size up each play slyly -- yet quickly -- and make a charge for the goal line! The game gradually gets harder as you get better. You start playing high school, then college, then pro, then play off, and finally Super Bowl level football.
Come up with game-winning strategies and nice moves for both offense and defense. So get on the gridiron and fight, fight, fight!
There are two 10-Yard Fight game availble: a 1 Player Game where the computer is your opponent, and a 2 Player game where two players play against each other.
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This game is American football simulator. It was released in 1985 in Japan by Taito. It allows you to play in both defense and attack mode and follows real game rules: one team tries to touch another's team end-zone with a ball. The field is scrollable and has top-down perspective. Every time you catch a ball you can try to pass it or to run with it further. There are four downs to carry the ball ten yards minimum. You're also able to throw it to a distant partner.
You can play versus another player or computer. There are 5 levels of difficulty in this game: Super Bowl, playoffs, professional, college and high school. The graphics is very simple but this game is first Nintendo's attempt to simulate football.
This arcade video game for one or more players is based on American football. It was published and developed in Japan by Irem Corp. and released in 1985.
There are five levels of difficulty: high school, college, pro, playoffs, and Super Bowl. After you successfully completed the first, a lower difficulty level, you go on playing the higher one. This game play is top-down and vertical scrolling. You can’t select plays or formations before the action begins, but can take the snap as quarterback or choose 1-2 players on defense. On offense you have to get by keeping the ball on the run, tossing it to one of the two running backs, or else throwing long to you receiver. But you also have to careful - there might be an interception that turns the ball over to the other team. Not managing to score a touchdown, you can use the directional kicking system to punt the ball or else try for a field goal. Only you have to remember that you have got two 30-minute (faster than real-time) halves of play to decide who wins this 10-Yard Fight!