Souverän Soccer - An in development footy game for the Amiga gets new footage

When I was a kid I used to play a lot of Sensible Soccer and Kick Off 2! They were no Fifa's, but playing them on the Amiga was so much fun and just perfect for ball kicking against a friend, without the thuggish behavior of a day out at the local stadium. So why are we mentioning these games you might ask? Well if you check the latest video posted below, you'll be able to see a rather impressive looking in development Amiga game called 'Souverän Soccer'; a game which the developer describes as a "Super Formation Soccer (SNES) like game for unaccelerated stock Amiga 1200 / CD32 and compatible machines (Amiga AGA 020, 14 MHz, no Fast RAM, 50 fps)."

Here is what Daniel Müßener says about the game via the latest update through the EAB forums. "Countless stuff has been done since the last progress video. Among all those internal bug-fixes here, engine tuning there, adding of rudimentary alpha player controls and other previously missing things like tackles, fouls, free kicks, penalty kicks, a jumping keeper etc. etc. one more thing is really worth mentioning: I'm honored to announce that the famous Triace / Desire made two awesome tunes for the game  So, this video is mostly about listening to those and about watching some dear Amiga friends actually playing the game - also using the serial-link feature - at the Amiga 37 where I spent the passed weekend".


  1. I saw this during Amiga37 and was amazed by the speed and gfx... looked and felt good!


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