Description: Pretty standard soccer game, featuring 64 international teams, some tournament options, and some very poor sound effects. One neat feature is that you can switch from an overhead view to a side view at any time by hitting the yellow button. If you have a mouse in port 2, you can use it to navigate the menus. If you play this in NTSC, the menus will be nearly unusable due to screen cutoff... the confirm/exit buttons will be off-screen. If you can hit them (when picking teams, the "OK" button is at the bottom, about an inch from the right side of the screen), you can get into a game... unfortunately, graphical glitches will make things mostly unplayable (some sprites flicker, and none of the overlays show up, so you won't know the score or what time is remaining). The startup script attempts to locate and run the file "DebugDisk:debugscript" from floppy disk. The case does not seem to mention the CD32 at all. Perhaps this was an Amiga CD release which just happens to work on the CD32? Update: Another auction I saw had a boxed game with the disc in a paper sleeve, and the cover of the box had a yellow sticker indicating that it was the Amiga CD32 version. I've also seen an oversized manual.