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"Enter the fast, tough world of American football. Experience all the excitement of a real game as your team's top player. Run, pass, kick field goals and go all out for a touchdown. Play against the computer's tough defence or invite a visiting player to join in a real showdown."


    Blitz! was inspired by Atari Football (Arcade)


title screen

menu / options

Let's start the game!


select team's formation


10 yards to go



field goal

with overlay (emulation)



Box - back





documentation - cover

Documentation - page 1

Documentation - page 2

Documentation - page 3

Documentation - page 4

Documentation - page 5

Documentation - page 6

LINKS - Very interesting article from Gamespot - Blitz review from

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year of release 1982
companies GCE
type game
media cartridge
systems Vectrex
number of players 1 - 2 players (versus)
staff Jeff Corsiglia (design)
tags american football, sport, vector graphics

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Can be fun, especially against a friend, but gameplay is more reminiscent of 1978 Atari Football (with Xs & Os), than the amazing 1979 NFL Football for the Intellivision... But the effort to design a typicallly rastered game into a vectorized version is laudable.

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