Last updated on September 11th, 2023 at 07:41 am
An unreleased Amiga game by Ocean software found and available for download.
Set to be released on late 1994 for the Amiga 500/600 and Amiga 1200, but blocked due to the collapse of Commodore.
Mutant League Football is a classic arcade-style football game set in a post-apocalyptic world where mutants play football in a brutal and violent manner.
The game features a variety of teams, each with their own unique abilities and strengths.
Mutant League Football is a must-play for fans of classic arcade-style football games and is known for its fast-paced gameplay and over-the-top violence.
The game’s graphics and sound are also noteworthy, with impressive visuals and a catchy soundtrack that add to the game’s overall atmosphere.
It is interesting to note that Mutant League Football has been remade and re-released for modern platforms, such as the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
The game’s popularity has endured over the years, and it remains a beloved classic among fans of arcade-style football games.
Mutant League Football is a standout title for the Amiga 500 and is a must-play for fans of classic arcade-style football games.
The game’s fast-paced gameplay, over-the-top violence, impressive graphics, and catchy soundtrack make it a standout title for the platform.
– Classic arcade-style football gameplay
– Fast-paced gameplay and over-the-top violence
– Variety of teams with unique abilities and strengths
– Impressive graphics and catchy soundtrack
Darkblade of TZT sourced and supplied this game, Galahad (Fairlight/Scoopex) cracked the game with a new oldschool intro, and thanks to Getafix (CMAP) for heads up on all game info and release details.
An original mix of a tough sport and fantasy monsters in game and proving their abilities agonistically talking in a superb ring scenario filled with pits and spears to get more death in quick ways. Just get a chance to load it and have fun !
Download AGA Version: MutantLeagueHockey.zip
Download CD32 Version: Mutant-League-Hockey-CD32.zip
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