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GFL Championship Football
Copyright/Publisher: Activision/Gamestar, Created By: Dennis Kirsch, Mark Madland & Scott Orr, With: Steve
Chin, Troy Lindon, Harald Seeley, Keith Claypoole, Steve Harshman, Tommy Dunbar & Russell Lieblich,
Music By: Tommy V. Dunbar, Release Year: 1986, Genre: American Football, Number Of Players: 1 or 2
Zzap 64! Overall Rating: 82%
Plenty of padding surrounds a fine strategic game. Try it out if you think you can stand the play limitations.
There's a lot more to football than X's and O's. You haven't really experienced football until you've been down on the field, with and outside linebacker headed straight for you and nobody blocking him. There's a word for that experience, The word is pain.

You haven't felt the real excitement of football until you've run the perfect pass pattern, broken free near the end zone, and caught the winning touchdown pass. There's a reward for that kind of performance, The reward is victory.

You haven't seen real computer football until you've seen GFL Championship Football. It has what no other computer football program has in-the-helmet perspective to put you down on the field, where the action is.

Which is where you want to be if you're looking for real football.

X's and O's were never like this.