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Bygfoot Football Manager

Bygfoot is a small and simple graphical football (a.k.a. soccer) manager game featuring many international leagues and cups. You manage a team from one such league: you form the team, buy and sell players, get promoted or relegated, and of course try to be successful.

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  •  08 Jul 2009 13:05

    Release Notes: Translations have been updated. More meaning was added to the autosave filenames (user, country, etc.). W-L-D and cup round robin rank information were added to the next opponent view. The possibility to edit player names in the second player list was added. Some supercup definition errors that resulted in crashes were corrected. Foul probabilities in the live game are more sophisticated now. A simple GUI was added for editing Bygfoot constants in the preferences (enabling users to fine-tune the game). There is an option to store the order of your team, and this order will be restored after a match.

    •  30 Jan 2009 14:26

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  17 Nov 2008 14:13

        Release Notes: Players can now "balk" during transfers. You can change ticket prices for the stadium. The interest rate for loans is now viariable. The loans are automatically repaid.

        •  12 Jul 2007 15:36

          Release Notes: New features are the training camp, a "luck" feature to make long-lasting success even harder, and some changes in the GUI to make bygfoot more usable for blind users. A couple of new tags were added in the XML definition system related to weeks with two match days of the same competition. New country definitions were added for the USA, Germany, Argentina, Mexico, Japan, and Turkey. The definitions for Mexico, USA, and Japan were updated.

          •  07 Mar 2007 07:15

            Release Notes: This release has some new features and contains new country definitions. New features are the training camp, a "luck" feature to make long-lasting success even harder, and some changes in the GUI to make bygfoot more usable for blind users. A couple of new tags were added in the XML definition system related to weeks with two match days of the same competition. New country definitions were added for the USA, Germany, Argentina, Mexico, Japan, and Turkey.

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