Abandonware DOS title

One-Nil Soccer Manager

One-Nil Soccer Manager is a text-based soccer management simulation game that was popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was developed for various home computer systems, including DOS, Commodore 64 and Amiga. In One-Nil Soccer Manager, players take on the role of a soccer team manager, making strategic decisions to guide their team to success. The game is entirely text-based, which means there are no graphical representations of soccer matches; instead, you manage your team through a series of menus and text-based interactions.
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Main executable game file: one-nil/run.bat.

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Additional info about One-Nil Soccer Manager

Status: abandonware
Input: keyboard
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  • Vladimir 23/09/2023 23:19
    Great game, though hard to master and to create a continuous club due to the unrealistic youth system and unforgiving sackings.
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