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Copyright/Publisher: Gamestar, Created By: John Fitzpatrick & John Orr, Original Music By: Humm,
Release Year: 1984, Genre: American Football, Number Of Players: 0 to 2
For one or two players.

Choose your starting quarterback, wide receiver and tight end to fine-tune your offensive strategy - even bring in substitutes.

Play solitaire against an awesome computer team or human opponent - 'floating intelligence' lets the computer vary its play with yours

Wide open 4-on-4 action captures the essence of football so you can use the same strategies you use in real life.

Call your own plays from multiple formations for an endless variety pf play possibilities - optional laterals, long bombs, screen passes, even fumbles.

Player Perspective Graphics create 'on-field' realism you can feel - you're in the middle of the action, not in the pressbox.

Real stadium atmosphere including music, crowd cheers, and more.

Use with (1) or (2) joystick controllers.

Congratulations! You've just purchased the most exciting and innovative football game ever created for the home screen.

You'll experience the fun of real football as you challenge an awesome computer opponent or human player. The accent here is on realism and playablity.

So before you grab your helmet, please read this official playbook to get the most out of your game. If you beat the computer you'll be eligible to join the "ON-FIELDERS"!

Good luck and have fun!

The key to victory in ON-FIELD FOOTBALL is proper execution, So before playing a real game, watch the DEMO mode to get a feel for the strategy and timing of the game.

On offense, be sure to mix up running and passing plays to keep your opponent guessing. When running, use the option laterals on the strong (tight end) side and weak side.

On sweeps, run your QB wide, towards the sideline to give your halfback time to run up-field and block the nereast defender. And, don't forget you can send your tight end for a short pass from running formations.