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Tags: Irem , 1983 , Sports Games - 10-Yard Fight - Title - 10-Yard Fight - Snapshot
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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 many 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!


The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette called it the "patriarch of football games".
Sports Illustrated's Adam Duerson stated that while no one remembered it or could say what makes it great, it is worth recognition for the fact that it brought football games out of the Atari era, setting a simple precedent for future football games.
UGO Networks' Adam Swiderski called it "downright advanced" compared to earlier football titles. He added that while it looked neat and had a quality soundtrack, it didn't play like "real football".
The Columbus Dispatch's Nick Chordas said that it was realistic for the time, commenting that the players looked like real people.
N-Sider called it more like a racing game than a football game, due to the objective being racing for a first down to increase players' time.
Author Bj Klein, however, called it less realistic than Tecmo Bowl.
The Journal News' called it an "immortal classic".

Tags: Irem , 1983 , Sports Games

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