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Battle for the Super Bowl trophy in NFL Football for the Super Nintendo. The game features all 28 NFL teams, each of them rated according to various key categories such as passing and running. You can play a single exhibition game or try your luck in the playoffs. You can let the computer choose weather conditions based on the home team's geographical location, or you can select from sunny, rain or snow.
NFL Football is a game of both strategy and action. In addition to maneuvering the onscreen players, you get to call the plays. Standard mode lists all the plays in the same order for each team. In Team mode, the plays that a given team is likely to use are placed in front of the playbook. Selections are based on the strengths of the team and their coach's style; if you need help, you can have the computer select a play that best fits the current situation. You can run your offense from a shotgun formation, pull a quarterback sneak or choose from a number of more traditional plays. Defensively, you can play zone or man to man.
Other features and options in NFL Football include audibles, interceptions, kickoffs (including onside kicks) and a no-huddle offense. For specials moves you can stiff arm would-be tacklers, dive with the ball, dive for a loose ball, put on a burst of speed, try a spin move and do a high step to get past the guys diving for your legs. ~ Brett Alan Weiss, All Game Guide