Abandonware DOS title

Manchester United: The Double

Manchester United: The Double is an abandoned sports game developed by Krisalis and released by Krisalis in 1994. Manchester United: The Double runs on DOS but was also published for Amiga. Download the game here.

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Game modes:
single-player, PvP (player VS player)
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Manchester United: The Double reviews

Zero Magazine Issue 06: "If you manage to score, then apart from the crowd giving a hearty cheer, you'll be treated to one of five digitised black and white goal scoring sequences (a bit like Lost Patrol but without the raw meat) and that's it really. If anyone out there is familiar with the formative Match Day 2 from Ocean, the arcade footie game that set the standard for this type of game on 8-Bit machines, then Man Utd's arcade section plays very much on a par with that (but without the two player bit). A huge football management game with a rather slick arcade game to boot. (Geddit?)"

Additional info about Manchester United: The Double

Input: joystick, keyboard, mouse

Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk

Also published for: Amiga

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