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Football
         
Publisher: Mattel
Series: Mattel - LED Sport
Made in: Unknown
Release year: 1977
Model: 2024
Screen type: LED
Number of screens: 1
Number of screen layers: 1
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Battery type: 1 x 9V
Shape: rectangular
Number of players: 1 player
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Sakiof 2016-06-28 08:14:26.0
USER MANUAL IS ON LINE!!!
BONAMI 2011-03-27 14:26:31.0
Football was released in 1977. It was labelled either Football or Football I depending on the date the game was released. I guess Mattel continued to make (or at least ship remaining stock of) the original Football even after Football 2 came out, thus the change to the game's title. Both the game and the box reflect the addition of the roman numeral I (and the box for Football I is smaller than the original as the game is packed in a plastic bubble-wrap bag instead of the styrofoam blocks). The font style used on the pre-I version is also different. Also, early models of Football had an AC Adapter jack which was removed on later models (which would only run on batteries).
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