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 A Review of Backyard Football 
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A Review of Backyard Football
by: Morgan Hamilton




To play a game of backyard football with your buddies or with the family doesn’t mean the same thing any more. Probably you still remember the time when we all played full fledged football in neighborhood skirmishes, and if you don’t it’s not so bad as you can still have some fun on your computer while playing backyard football. The game makes a great Christmas or birthday present for you children also. You just have to cover the hardware requirements and learn to play.

To play a game of football with your buddies or with the family doesn’t mean the same thing any more. Probably you still remember the time when we all played full fledged football in neighborhood skirmishes, and if you don’t it’s not so bad as you can still have some fun on your computer while playing backyard football. The game makes a great Christmas or birthday present for you children also. You just have to cover the hardware requirements and learn to play.

Having the chance to choose from more than 30 professional teams and of course all of their players, and to even modify every single player in the game, will be great fun for your little treasures. The fact that it allows players to change what they don’t like makes that game really great. And you don’t have to worry about your Backyard Kids standing up against adult players of Gannon and Bledsoe. Both you and your kind will get excited when you see the junior-sized characters of those real professional footballers in your copy of Backyard Football.

Another strong point of the game is that even offering so many options for the play itself it does not require having a super computer as some others do. In the computer age that we live in, even if the game is having problems to run on your computer it will be easy to upgrade it. It only requires a standard version of Windows – 2000, 98 or even 95 will do, your processor speed should be at least 166 MHz and you’ll need at least 32 MB of free space on you hard drive, and you’re ready for kick off. In case you decide to save all your teams players and scores in the tournaments you’ll need some more free hard drive space too. And of course the better the SVGA video card you have the better you’ll enjoy the game on the screen.

It will be great fun for you too if you give it a try. Nobody knows what a competition you may start. And you kids will be very happy with that if you finally found the time to spend a few hours with them playing Backyard Football on the PC. It will definitely leave you with some nice memories too. Sharing all the emotions of your children around that great game can even bring some of your memories about the days of real backyard football back.

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