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I'm trying to create a fairly old football board games list of good American football games.
There are quite a few entered here on the geek but these are the only ones that I could find that met the following criteria: 1 Must have at least 10 ratings preferably more!
Besides I wouldn't imagine that many people play these anymore because of some of the video games out now.
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I lowered the standards on my criteria because they're were so few that fit Loading.
I believe there's an WBC tournament for it.
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When both players are ready, a light is turned on with reveals the result of the play.
Cadaco's non-electric version was available in the seventies and worked by having a transparent defensive play covering a white card-stock with green printing for the offensive play.
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I love Chess and I love football.
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Head to head play looks to lack many choices, but these could probably be added to with a little thinking.
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Here are four fun ways generations of fans have played football using little more than their imaginations.
Electric Football How electric football became popular is a bit of a mystery; there's really no skill involved, and most of the time, plays ended with all the players stuck in a corner.
Still, the game has been a huge success for decades.
Gameplay is simple—set up your team in an offensive or defensive pattern and hit the switch.
The metal "field" vibrates, the players move, and if the quarterback gets hit by a defensive player, he's "tackled.
But other companies soon made knock-offs, and the need to differentiate products made the addition of new game features a constant show of one-upmanship.
Some updates were superficial but fun, like a cardboard stadium full of fans that surrounded the field.
Others added a level of skill to the otherwise see more game, like a spring-loaded player kids could use to kick field goals and throw passes with a small plastic football.
However, Tudor was always the big innovator.
They were the first to switch from flat, metal silhouettes of the players to 3-D, plastic sculpts.
With the new game pieces, they soon got the endorsement of the NFL to paint the players with team colors and were able to use team logos on the stadium backdrop.
These features made Tudor's games incredibly popular in the NFL-crazy 1970s.
Tudor also introduced a groundbreaking feature called "TTC," or "Total Team Control," which gave "coaches" the ability to influence the direction their players moved.
The TTC system comprised of small prongs on the base of the figures which could be "tweaked" by bending, shaving, or even chemically treating them to create incredibly fast players that moved with some sense of purpose.
Once video games hit, electric football fell out of vogue with many young players.
But fans who grew up in the game's heyday were able to keep it going through the '80s and '90s.
Today, Miggle Toys is the primary producer of electric football, and the company has helped nurture regional leagues across the country.
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Mattel Football I It seems like kids these days always have their noses buried in a Nintendo DS or PlayStation Portable.
I wish I could say my generation was better, but we had our heads down and thumbs twitching for hours playing Mattel Football, the first mega-successful handheld video game.
Released in June 1977, Mattel Football had a simple concept: get the bright dash—representing the ball carrier—past the five slightly dimmer dashes that represented the defense.
Believe it or not, but this was a revolution in video gaming.
Not bad for a hacked pocket calculator.
Because it was a based on a calculator, those dashes were really the top, middle, and bottom segments of a digital number eight.
According to Mark Lesser, the designer of the game, this also answers one question that has nagged players for years: Why was the field only 90 yards?
It was not, as the urban legend says, the fault of a Japanese designer who had never seen a football game.
In fact, the reprogrammed calculator chip couldn't process more than nine "numbers" across, meaning Lesser had to make due with fewer yards.
Based upon the model's estimates, Sears canceled their initial order of 500,000 units and purchased a conservative 100,000 games instead.
Then Christmas came, and Mattel Football sold like gangbusters.
By mid-January, Sears wanted 200,000 units every week.
By the end of February, that number more than doubled, to go here every week.
Of course, with strong sales came a sequel, Football Click, with the upgraded ability to run forward and backwards, as well as pass to a phantom teammate downfield.
Designers also used a different calculator chip that could display 10 numbers across, giving players the full 100-yard field.
Mattel re-released the game in 2000, complete with the 90-yard field and authentic beeping sounds.
However, if you grab your iPhone or iPod Touch, search for "LED Football" in the Apps Store.
For 99 cents, you'll find a pretty loyal version that's even more portable than the groundbreaking original.
Foto-Electric Football A great football coach isn't born—he's made.
And a lot of play-callers started their gridiron education with Cadaco's Foto-Electric Football.
Introduced in 1941, the game consisted of green old football board games sheets printed with plays for both sides of the ball.
The offensive sheets had O's for players and a white line indicating the path of the runner or pass.
The defense was a series of X's laid out across the field.
Each player secretly chose which play he wanted to run, and placed the sheets on top of each other on the playing field box.
Adversaries couldn't see if their strategies were successful until a small light inside the box was turned on and they slid a piece of cardboard back to reveal the sheets.
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The game was a staple until the 1970s when early handheld video games like Mattel Football began taking over the old football board games toy world.
In an effort to make their game as portable as the video games, Cadaco replaced the cumbersome light box that required an electrical outlet to play, with a simple sleeve dubbed the "Play Revelator.
Cadaco brought the game back in 1990 with NFL Pro-Foto Football.
It, too, was discontinued and has since become a pretty rare find.
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While the original was one of the first video games to feature real players' names, TSB upped the ante by getting the full endorsement of the NFL—and the ability to use player names, stats and NFL team logos.
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It has consistently been ranked by game critics as one of the best games for the Nintendo, most recently by IGN.
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MINT and Complete in good box.
Box 20" x 5" x 3".
All Mint and Complete in good box.
Excellent box by Transogram.
Beautiful paper lithographed cardboard boxes with wood folding playing board.
Inside all excellent, just missing one wooden moving piece.
Box lid has tears, tape.
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A little dented on one side.
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Large 36" x 17" here 4".
Made out of fiber board, Masonite wood type material.
Older version where the players are all same color and you twist the rods to move players, there are no grooves for them to slide around.
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Contents complete and excellent.
Box lid is detached, and previous owner wrapped it in plastic to preserve.
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Lid worn and corner tape.
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Box shows slight age.
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Tumble Numble, Cross Up Poker and Alley Up.
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Pull string talking barn works.
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Two planchettes, one missing the pin.
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Neat simple marble game, lots of fun.
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Large handball type game for 2 players.
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Inside all minty and complete.
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Here are four fun ways generations of fans have played football using little more than their imaginations.
Electric Football How electric football became popular is a bit of a mystery; there's really no skill involved, and most of the time, plays ended with all the players stuck in a corner.
Still, the game has been a huge success for decades.
Gameplay is simple—set up your team in an offensive or defensive pattern and hit the switch.
The metal "field" vibrates, the players move, and if the quarterback gets hit by a defensive player, he's "tackled.
But other companies soon made knock-offs, and the need to differentiate products made the addition of new game features a constant show of one-upmanship.
Some updates were superficial but fun, like a cardboard stadium full of fans that surrounded the field.
Others added a level of skill to the otherwise random game, like a spring-loaded player kids could use to kick field goals and throw passes with a small plastic football.
However, Tudor was always the big innovator.
They were the first to switch from flat, metal silhouettes of the players to 3-D, plastic sculpts.
With the new game pieces, they soon got the endorsement of the NFL to paint the players with team colors and were able to use team logos on the stadium backdrop.
These features made Tudor's games incredibly popular in the NFL-crazy 1970s.
Tudor also introduced a groundbreaking feature called "TTC," or "Total Team Control," which gave "coaches" the ability to influence the direction their players moved.
The TTC system comprised of small prongs on the base of the figures which could be "tweaked" by bending, shaving, or even chemically treating them to create incredibly fast players that moved with some sense of purpose.
Once video games hit, electric football fell out of vogue with many young players.
But fans who grew up in the game's heyday were able to keep it going through the '80s and '90s.
Today, Miggle Toys is the primary producer of electric football, and the company has helped nurture regional leagues across the country.
For more information, check out the website of the.
Mattel Football I It seems like kids these days always have their noses buried in a Nintendo DS or PlayStation Portable.
I wish I could say my generation was better, but we had our heads down and thumbs twitching for hours playing Mattel Football, the first mega-successful handheld video game.
Released in June 1977, Mattel Football had a simple concept: get the bright dash—representing the ball carrier—past the five slightly dimmer dashes that represented the defense.
Believe it or not, but this was a revolution in video gaming.
Not bad for a hacked pocket calculator.
Because it was a based on a calculator, those dashes were really the top, middle, and bottom segments of a digital number eight.
According to Mark Lesser, the designer of the game, this also answers one question that has nagged players for years: Why was the field only 90 yards?
It was not, as the urban legend says, the fault of a Japanese designer who had never seen a football game.
In fact, the reprogrammed calculator chip couldn't process more than nine "numbers" across, meaning Lesser had to make due with fewer yards.
Based upon the model's estimates, Sears canceled their initial order of 500,000 units and purchased a conservative 100,000 games instead.
Then Christmas came, and Mattel Football sold like gangbusters.
By mid-January, Sears wanted 200,000 units every week.
By the end of Go here, that number more than doubled, to 500,000 every week.
Of course, with strong sales came a sequel, Football II, with the upgraded ability to run forward and backwards, as well as pass to a phantom teammate downfield.
Designers also used a different calculator chip that could display 10 numbers across, giving players the full 100-yard field.
Mattel re-released the game in 2000, complete with the 90-yard field and authentic beeping sounds.
However, if you grab your iPhone or iPod Touch, search for "LED Football" in the Apps Store.
For 99 cents, you'll find a pretty loyal version that's even more portable than the groundbreaking original.
Foto-Electric Football A great football coach isn't born—he's made.
And a lot of play-callers started their gridiron education with Cadaco's Foto-Electric Football.
Introduced in 1941, the game consisted of green overlay sheets printed with plays for both sides of the ball.
The offensive sheets had O's for players and a white line indicating the path of the runner or pass.
The defense was a series of X's laid out across the field.
Each player secretly chose which play he wanted to run, and placed the sheets on top of each video star trek board game interactive on the playing field box.
Adversaries couldn't see if their strategies were successful until a small light inside the box was turned on and they slid a piece of cardboard back to reveal the sheets.
Based upon where the X's, O's, and the white line intersected, dice were rolled, old football board games were consulted, and yardage was determined.
The game was a staple until the 1970s when early handheld video games like Mattel Football began taking over the sports toy world.
In an effort to make their game as portable as the video games, Cadaco replaced the cumbersome light box that required an electrical outlet to play, with a simple sleeve dubbed the "Play Revelator.
Cadaco brought the game back in 1990 with NFL Pro-Foto Football.
It, too, was discontinued and has since become a pretty rare find.
But if you'd still like to check out Foto-Electric Football, the vintage games are readily available on eBay.
Tecmo Super Bowl If you're playing the latest Madden video game on your Xbox, Wii or PS3, complete with real NFL players, interactive gameplay, and the ability to run through a full season, you can thank 1991's Tecmo Super Bowl for making all of that possible.
Tecmo Super Bowl old football board games the Nintendo Entertainment System was the much-improved sequel to Tecmo Bowl, a popular game from 1988.
While the original was one of the first video games to feature real players' names, TSB upped the ante by getting the full endorsement of the NFL—and the ability to use player names, stats and NFL team logos.
Tecmo Super Bowl also featured in-game player statistics tracking, a full season with both Super Bowl and Pro Bowl games, and offered eight offensive plays that you could edit to your liking the original game only had four that you couldn't tweak.
While play calling was important, the fast-paced arcade action made the skill of the virtual player and the human controlling him the most vital part of the final score.
Over the years, many Tecmo football games have been released, but Super Bowl has stood the test online game play battleship board time.
It has consistently been ranked by game critics as one of the best games for the Nintendo, most recently by IGN.
And thanks to video game console emulators like Nestopia, dedicated gamers are still playing it today after rewriting the original software to include current players, current teams and current stats.
With these modified versions of the game, armchair quarterbacks hold Tecmo league tournaments, and run simulations to see old football board games might win real-world contests, like the upcoming Super Bowl XLIV.
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