Abandonware DOS title

Championship Manager

Championship Manager is the first chapter in one of the most successful football manager games series. The first Championship Manager was a text-based British football/soccer simulation and included teams from four English divisions, European cups and domestic cups as well. Championship Manager was designed by Paul and Oliver Collyer and released by Domark Software in 1992 for DOS and also for Amiga and Atari ST.
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Main executable game file: champman/MANAGER.BAT.

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In 1993, Intelek and UbiSoft used the Collyers' game code to produce a version for the French market, known as Guy Roux Manager (named after the legendary AJ Auxerre manager).

Also in 1993, the first Norwegian version was released, and the year later, an Italian version. Both the Norwegian and Italian versions featured real named players though, adding to the popularity of the game.

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Additional info about Championship Manager

Status: abandonware
Input: mouse, keyboard
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk, cd-rom
Also published for: Amiga, Atari ST
Abandonware DOS views: 14706
Series: Championship Manager is part of the Championship Manager series.

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