only the pulp of soccer 3 match durations 2x4min 2x8min et 2x16min most used tactics 5-3-2, 4-4-2, 4-3-3 et 4-2-4 6 pitchs (hard, wet, soggy ...) with differents bounds several game modes like 2 players vs CPU 2 angles (vertical / horizontal) 9 configured views editable teams / characters 3 screen mode 640x480, 800x600 and 1024x768 editable controls keyboard / joypads replay with full control of camera around the field (stop reading, reverse reading...) 8 referees (+ or - stricts) ambient sounds World Cup Edition 32 teams fully editables, with qualifications and save files And obviously... heads, diving heads, tacles, "bicycles", fouls, referee warnings, expulsions, substitutes, throw in, corners, free kicks, penalties, extra time + end's penalties kicks... NB: this first verison of Pulp Of Soccer don't provide links game mode.
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