Sprite Castle 007: 4th and Inches

Ready, set, HUT! On episode seven of Sprite Castle, I play Accolade’s 1986 classic football game 4th and Inches. Or as people in Europe call it, “American Football.”

If you would like to play along, you can find download links to emulators along with all the games played so far on Sprite Castle by clicking on the downloads tab at the top of the page. Next episode we will be covering Druid by Firebird.

Congratulations to Rob Snyder for being this episode’s King of the Castle! Listen to this week’s episode to find out how you can become the next King of the Castle!

[Show Links]

Link: 4th and Inches Manual (Stadium 64)
Link: Zombi Terror
Link: Gamebase 64 v13 Released (!)
Link: Virtual C64 (C64 Emulator for Mac)
Link: Stereo SIDPlayer on Youtube
Link: Dragon’s Lair on C64

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Updated: October 20, 2015 — 1:15 pm

1 Comment

  1. I know this comment comes a bit late, but I didn’t hear the 4th and Inches episode until yesterday. I wanted to clarify that Accolade did, in fact, make an official Team Construction Disk for the Commodore 64 version. I still have mine and it still works. Apart from trying to recreate my favorite college teams, I also used it to create a team of all my friends from the neighborhood.

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