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Featuring NFL Players As Kids!Product InformationGrab your helmet because it's time to team up with the BackyardKids! The roar of the crowd. The cool autumn air. The mud on your jersey. It'sBackyard Football! Now you'll get a chance to play against your favorite sportsstars. Pick from Steve Young Barry Sanders John Elway and your favorites fromthe Backyard Bunch. Then choose your team logos colors and strategy.Join announcers Sunny Day and Chuck Downfield for some of the wildest footballever! You direct the action as you run pass tackle and kick in an action-packed backyard football game.Play action-packed football games with pint-sized versions of real-life proslike Brett Farve Drew Bledsoe Barry Sanders Randall Cunningham and more! Callthe plays run the routes make tackles and score winning touchdowns. Choosefrom all 31 NFL team names and logos and play an entire 14-game season endingwith the Super Colossal Cereal Bowl. It's the chance of a lifetime to play with the pros right in your own backyard!Product Features Kid versions of real-life pros Choose from 31 NFL team names and logs Five-on-five games with instant replay and touchdown dances Simple point-and-click controls Exciting network multiplayer capability Track game season and lifetime statsWindows Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/XP or Vista Pentium 133MHz 32MB of RAM 20MB free hard drive space (if you wish to save games in progress) 1MB Windows 95/98/Me compatible SVGA video card Windows 95/98/Me compatible sound card DirectX version 5.0 or higher (DirectX 8.0 included on game disc) 4x speed CD-ROM driveMacintosh Requirements 132MHz PowerPC System 7.5.5 up to 8.6 32MB or RAM 20MB free (if you wish to save games in progress) 4x speed CD-ROM drive
The roar of the crowd. The cool autumn air. The mud on your jersey. It's Backyard Football time! Junior Sports teams up with the NFL's Quarterback Club to bring you a gaming experience where the "real" pro players take the field . . . as kids. No w, you'll get a chance to play against the likes of Barry Sanders, Steve Young, John Elway, and your favorites from the Backyard B unch. You choose the team, logos, colors, and strategy. The game features five-on-five football with instant replay and touchdown dances, simple point-and-click controls, multiplayer hea d-to-head capability, and more. Each game set also includes a pack of custom NFL trading cards.See all Product Description
The game did not work on either Mac or PC. It had no scratches on the disc but didn't work or load.Published 22 days ago by Alex White
Great game but doesn't work on our computer for some reason.Published 10 months ago by Busy Busy Mom
Brought back awesome memories playing it this time aroundPublished 12 months ago by Zacharyah Shupe
I bought this game for my grandson who was 5 years of age. He was not as pleased with it as he was Backyard Hockey. However he wasn't into football, but liked hockey.Published 19 months ago by Alvie
According to my son (age 13)...
I like Backyard Football because it's an easy game to master. Yet, it is not so easy that it's not any fun. Read more
Backyard football, this one at least, is probably the best football game created for PC's. In this game you can create your team as if it were a draft, and play thru a whole... Read morePublished on June 17, 2008 by Jack the Lamb(ert)
This game is magnificent, as is the entire backyard series. You can choose to be an NFL team name or a made-up one. Read morePublished on January 12, 2004 by Jeremy M. Herback