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==External links==
==External links==
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backyard_Sports_series Wikipedia article on Backyard Football]
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backyard_Sports_series Wikipedia article on Backyard Football]
* [http://www.scummvm.org/screenshots.php?cat1=1&cat2=5&view=-1 Screenshots]
* [https://www.scummvm.org/screenshots/he/sports/ Screenshots (Humongous Entertainment Junior Sports series)]

[[Category:Supported Games]]
[[Category:Supported Games]]
[[Category:SCUMM Games]]
[[Category:SCUMM Games]]

Revision as of 23:56, 25 April 2020

Backyard Football
First release 1999, 2002, 2005
Also known as Backyard Football 2001
Developed by Humongous Entertainment
Published by Humongous Entertainment
Distributed by (unknown)
Platforms Windows, Macintosh
GBA, Gamecube
PlayStation 2
Resolution (unknown)
Engine SCUMM, Non-SCUMM 3D
Support Windows and Macintosh:
Since ScummVM 0.8.0
GBA, GC, PS2 versions
not supported.
Available for

Backyard Football was the first game in the popular Backyard Football series. It was an american football game that attempted to recreate the experience of playing football as children. The Windows and Macintosh versions use the SCUMM scripting language. The Gameboy Advance, Gamecube, and Playstation 2 versions used a custom 3D engine. This was the first of the Humongous Backyard Sports games to feature an official sports license. It featured Steve Young and seven other Quarterback Club players. It also was the first of the Backyard Sports games to have a create-a-character feature.

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