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Hundreds of hours of watching matches, testing, analysing players’ performances, tactics, settings and finally there it is…
2022 World Cup in Qatar with “Football: Play It Again” – the ultimate add-on for football fans.
Looking for a way to relive the excitement of the European Football Championships in 1980, 1984 and 1988?
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Each team is precisely rated according to its performance during the championship.
EURO events allow you to feel the atmosphere of that period even more. The events reflect the specifics of the game (e.g. frequent passes to goalkeepers, many shots from distance) and other highlights (e.g. the influence of English hooligans in 1980).
Euro 80: 8 teams, 176 players, team Events, EURO events
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Dear Football Fans,
new print&play simulation game, “Football: Play It Again” is OUT!
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Time to Dice team
Get ready for the ultimate gaming experience! The alpha version rulebook of our upcoming “Football: Time to Dice” game is now available and we’re excited to announce that the game rules are now live in our “FILES” section.
The turn of the year was mainly spent working at full speed on a new football game. I thought I would be able to finish working on the rules and gamebook by the end of January.
A lot of the work was already done, but there were new things that needed further testing (e.g. Actions). I wanted the game to be as polished as possible. My intention is for the user to experience what it would be like to watch and take part in a real football game. I also focused on the statistical aspect of the game (average goals, yellow cards depending on the era).
I don’t even mention the responsibilities of daily life among two growing daughters.
More weeks passed, but with each successive week, the end not only didn’t get closer, but actually seemed to be further and further away. More ideas popped into my head and I added more things to the course. At one point, I was faced with an important dilemma.
The first option meant finishing the game quickly, selling it and going abroad for a short break.
However, I always wanted ‘Football: Play It Again’ to have no weak moments and to be filled with football excitement from start to finish. That the game should also offer replays of matches in other eras.
And this is where the second option came in. To postpone the release by a few more weeks and take as much time as needed. There was no other solution 🙂 The decision I took was the only right one.
I used the extra weeks I gave myself to the max, polishing the game and adding everything I had planned for it. The result is something truly special, I hope.
I’ll be sending the game out to testers within the next week (if you want to sign up for the reserve list of testers, please let me know). I’m looking forward to your feedback.
I really want the game to be released on my site by the end of March.
First Italian Cup Final: Napoli-Roma
Good/poor form: Francini (+) / Tempestilli (+). Weather: —
Napoli – Roma 3:0 (1:0)
Napoli: Giuliani 6, Francini 9, Baroni 8, Corradini 7, Ferrara 7, De Napoli 7, Alemao 9, Fusi 8, Crippa 7 (74 Renica), Maradona 8, Carnevale 9 (80 Bucciarelli)
Roma: Cervone 5, Nela 4, Comi 2, Berthold 2, Tempestilli 5, Giannini 3, Di Mauro 2 (74 Conti), Gerolin 3, Desideri 3 , Rizzitelli 3, Voeller 4
Goals: 1:0 Carnevale 45+1 min (assist: Alemao), 2:0 De Napoli 60 (assist: Carnevale), 3:0 Alemao 75
Yellow cards: —/ Gerolin 24, Di Mauro 53, Giannini 90
The first final of the Italian Cup heated up the Neapolitan fans. The first half was quite sleepy (Stoppage time as long as 24 minutes), Roma played from the counter-attack and were closer to scoring a goal: Giannini’s header went past the post. The Romans were not fazed by a rather fortuitous goal for Napoli in added time of the 1st half, Carnevale shot and the ball, after ricocheting off a defender’s leg, fell into the net. In the 2nd half, Napoli’s players tried to create goal situations, but Roma’s defence kicked out dangerous balls. It wasn’t until the 60th minute that Carnevale’s shot was defended by Cervone, and De Napoli had no problem with the rebound. 15 minutes later, Alemao sent a powerful bomb from distance, a shot that could not be saved. 3:0. Napoli took advantage of the Euphoria effect (Francini’s very good form) gaining an extra 11 minutes.
A beautiful match, Roma will have a very difficult task in the rematch.
Player of the match: Alemao (Napoli)
Italian Cup final, 2nd match: Roma-Napoli
Good/poor form: —. Weather: Drizzle
Roma-Napoli 0:2 (0:1)
Roma: Cervone 5, Nela 5, Comi 4, Berthold 3, Tempestilli 4, Giannini 4, Di Mauro 3, Gerolin 4 (70 Baldieri), Desideri 3, Rizzitelli 4, Voeller 4
Napoli: Giuliani 7, Francini 7, Baroni 7, Corradini 6, Ferrara 6, De Napoli 8, Alemao 6, Fusi 8, Crippa 8, Maradona 8, Carnevale 7 (70 Mauro)
Goals: 0:1 Fusi 10 min. (assist: Crippa), 0:2 Carnevale 51 (assist: Maradona)
Yellow cards: Giannini 23, Di Mauro 43, Desideri 55 / Baroni 9, Ferrara 88
This is not how Roma imagined this match. Napoli were a class better although Roma’s coach and players blame the referee. In the 8th minute Voeller hit the net with his header but the referee did not award the goal, he whistled an offside. Just 2 minutes later the Napoli counter, Crippa’s pass and Fusi goes wild with joy. 0:1. The Romans again resented the referee, as Crippa had earlier caused Desideri to fall. Emotions were mounting, a brutal foul by Giannini on Maradona in the 43rd minute, but the referee did not eject the Roma star from the pitch. After the break, Napoli’s deadly counter attacks continued and Carnevale increased the score to 2:0. The hosts were no longer motivated to attack and there was a scuffle by the sideline after the match.
The 1989/90 Italian Cup for SSC Napoli!
Player of the match: Crippa (Napoli)
Summary of the “Football:Play It Again” tests:
1. there were teams in the cup final that actually dropped out in the semi-finals. Maybe I should think about a small reinforcement of the actual finalists (e.g. +1 to the form of one player)
2. goal average – 1.66 (actually 2.23 in Serie A, 2.00 in the Coppa Italia semi-finals). Maybe a little too low, or maybe I haven’t played enough matches
3. average yellow cards – 4.17 (3.70)
4. average of red cards – 0.33 (0.32)
5. weather – Drizzle affected the first semi-final
6. tactics – Napoli used Counterattacks and did very well on this. I should test this tactic on weaker teams to see if they get such benefits too.
Italian Cup semi-final rematches 1989/90
1 match: Roma-Juve
Absences: ROM: Voeller (Muzzi), Nela (Pellegrini), Gerolin (Piacentini) / JUV: Zavarov (Casiraghi), Rui Barros (Napoli), Aleinikov (Alessio)
Good/poor form: —-, Weather: —
AS Roma – Juventus 0:0 (1:1 in the double-header, Roma advance)
Roma: Tancredi 6, Pellegrini 6, Comi 5, Berthold 4, Tempestilli 4, Giannini 5, Di Mauro 6, Piacentini 6, Desideri 5 (70 Conti), Rizzitelli 4, Muzzi 4
Juventus: Tacconi 5, De Agostini 5, Tricella 5, Bonetti 4, Galia 4 (72 M.Serrena), Marocchi 5, Napoli 3, Fortunato 4, Alessio 4, Schillaci 3, Casiraghi 3
Yellow cards: Desideri 22nd, Giannini 48th, Comi 68th, Piacentini 72nd.
Unfortunately, it was a very boring match for the fans. Roma, knowing that it was Juventus to attack, retreated into their own half. They tried occasionally with a long balls to create a clear situations, but the Juventus defence was alert. The visitors presented little apart from quick rallies by Alessio, from which nothing resulted. After 90 minutes, the stadium went wild – Roma advanced to the Italian Cup final!
Player of the match: Pellegrini (Roma)
2nd match: Napoli-Milan
Absences: NAP: Maradona ! (Careca), Fusi (Mauro) / MIL: —
Good/poor form: Massaro (+), Weather: —
Napoli – Milan 2:0 (2:0) (in a two-legged match 3:0 for Napoli)
Napoli: Giuliani 6, Francini 9 (73 Tarantino), Baroni 8, Corradini 10, Ferrara 8, De Napoli 9, Alemao 9, Mauro 8, Crippa 8, Careca 8 (75 Zola), Carnevale 9
Milan: Pazzagli 2, Maldini 4, F.Baresi 5, Costacurta 5, Tassotti 3, Evani 3, Ancelotti 4 (83 Borgonovo), Rijkaard 5 (74 Colombo), Donadoni 4, van Basten 3, Massaro 3
Goals: 1:0 Corradini (ass: Mauro), 2:0 Alemao 33 (ass: Carnevale)
Yellow cards: Alemao 44, Giuliani 67 / Massaro 67, Rijkaard 74
Red card: Massaro 72 (second yellow)
This match was much more interesting despite the absence of Maradona (minor injury). Napoli feared for the result, but the players rose to a high level that Milan could not match. Milan’s players shot off target (Ancelotti, Donadoni) or were in poor form (van Basten). In the 31st minute, the perfectly played Corradini shot from the penalty area and the ball fell into the net. 2 minutes later a stunned Milan lost a second goal: this time Brazilian Alemao did an excellent job. The powerless visitors kept trying until the 72nd minute when Massaro left the pitch for a brutal foul on Francini.
Napoli’s promotion to the Italian Cup final in fine style!
Player of the match: Corradini (Napoli)
Coming soon: Coppa Italia finals Napoli-Roma