World Cup 2022 Qatar is here!

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.


EURO packs are out!

Hello, players!
Looking for a way to relive the excitement of the European Football Championships in 1980, 1984 and 1988?
With „Football: Play It Again” you can recreate the magic of the tournaments by using the actual team rosters from these competitions. Play as your favorite national team and see if you have what it takes to become the champion of Europe.

Play against the invincible German team of 1980, shoot great free kicks for France in 1984, watch the Netherlands score in 1988. Or why not surprise and win the EURO with one of the weaker teams?
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 
Euro 84: 8 teams, 160 players, team Events and EURO events
Euro 88: 8 teams, 160 players, team Events and EURO events

Only 3$ for each EURO pack

Football: Play It Again is OUT!

Dear Football Fans,
new print&play simulation game, “Football: Play It Again” is OUT!
It’s been years in the making, with extensive testing and attention to detail, resulting in unparalleled attention to details and emotional gameplay.

Featuring 32 fantasy national teams and 640 players, this game is perfect for any football fan looking for an immersive and thrilling experience. The game was designed to play SOLITAIRE but you can play it with your friend.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to bring the excitement of the beautiful game to your living room. Grab your copy of “Football: Play It Again” now!

Big thanks for your support!

Stay safe

Time to Dice team

Football: Play It Again is near!

Hello, players!

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.

Stay safe

Poland plays on

After the “victorious” defeat Poland after 36 years in the knockout stage of the World Cup!!!


This motivates even more to work on a realistic soccer game.

How to present in the game the situation when the goalkeeper is simply unbeatable from penalty kicks?
Football: Play It Again – new football game is getting closer and closer, the instructions and teams are currently being worked on.
Szczęsny’s card is already here!

More info about the game

History is changed: Germany wins

The World Cup in Mexico is one of my favorites, even though Poland didn’t do very well (only 1 goal scored).

I remember Negrete’s fantastic goal, France’s great match against Brazil in the quarterfinals and, of course, Maradona’s wonderful goals.
As a test of my football simulation game “Football: Play It Again” I decided to see if Argentina would win the final against Germany again.

Let’s see…
ARGENTINA: Pumpido – Cuciuffo, Brown, Ruggeri, Olarticoechea, Enrique, Batista (80 Pasculli), Burruchaga, Giusti, Valdano, Maradona
WEST GERMANY: Schumacher-Briegel, Jakobs, K.Forster, Berthold, Brehme, Magath (80 Rolff), Eder, Matthaus, Allofs YC, Rummenigge (82 Augenthaler)

ARGENTINA – WEST GERMANY 1:2 (0:0) Valdano 58 – Rummenigge 55, 72
Yellow cards : Allofs (G), Eder (G). Red card : Allofs (90 min)

10 min- G: Allofs’ missed header, Cuciuffo well positioned
13 – A: excellent chance for Cuciuffo, shot is too weak,
25 – G: Matthaeus moves in solo action, Olarticoechea stops him
32 – A: Maradona’s crossing, ball deflected off Briegel’s shoulder. The referee’s whistle is silent
38 – A: Giusti gets to the rebounded ball, shoots inside but Schumacher defends easily

0:0 at half time

53 – G: Matthaeus’ action ineffective
55 – G: Rummenigge takes advantage of defenders’ hesitation and shoots…. GOAL! 1:0 for the Germans
58 – A: Excellent action by Maradona. He passes, Valdano shoots, Schumacher lets the ball pass between his legs. GOAL! 1:1
72 – G: Rummenigge makes his way into the penalty area, passes the surprised defenders and shoots… GOAL! 2:1 for the Germans
80 – A: Brown header … Schumacher knocks the ball onto the post!
82 – A: Direct free kick, Brown heads again but misses the goal
90 – A: Burruchaga in a perfect situation, Allofs fouls him and gets a red card. West Germany wins the World Cup! The best on the pitch were Rummenigge and Schumacher.

History is changed: Germany wins in the final of the 1986 World Cup in Mexico!

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