Tecmo Super Bowl Unblocked


After the initial success of Tecmo Bowl, Tecmo followed up with the release of Tecmo Super Bowl in 1991. The company was able to obtain the NFL's team license, making it the first game to feature all 28 NFL teams of the day. It became a great success because of its mixture of realism and gameplay. TSB also included the real players of each team, rated realistically, with the exception of Jim Kelly, Randall Cunningham, and Bernie Kosar, who were represented by generic names: QB Bills, QB Eagles, and QB Browns, respectively.

This was because those players were not members of the National Football League Players Association union and their likenesses were not allowed to be used. The Super NES version had their names, but did not have the names of the Bears' kicker or the Bengals' punter.

Each team had 11 players on the field at a time, as in real football. There were separate rosters for Offense and Defense, plus the ability to substitute players on Offense, with the exception of the offensive line. Another groundbreaking feature was the full-length NFL regular and postseason schedule for 1991 (including the Super Bowl and Pro Bowl games). These are now common ideas, but they had only rarely been seen in a video game at that time, and certainly not at all for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

Tecmo Super Bowl retained the arcade-style football gameplay of the original, including the unique ability to break tackles, but it was more refined and deeper than its predecessor. It added new features, such as statistics, more plays, editable playbooks, fumbles, and player injuries. The game's use of detailed cutscenes for important events like touchdowns, halftime shows, injuries, and big plays was also unprecedented by other sports titles at the time. A similar cutscene style is also evident in other Tecmo titles such as "Ninja Gaiden". Еще одна спортивная игра от Tecmo. Просто американский футбол уже был, на этот раз имеем - Супер Американский футбол. Больше музыки, больше графики, больше анимации, больше команд. Играть стало еще интереснее.

How to Play

Here are some steps to guide you through playing ‘Tecmo Super Bowl’:

  1. Understanding the Game Mechanics: Familiarize yourself with the game mechanics such as the ability to break tackles, the unique use of detailed cutscenes for important events, and the inclusion of real players with ratings.

  2. Choosing Your Team: Each team consists of 11 players on the field at a time. Make sure to choose a team with a balanced mix of offense and defense.

  3. Editing Playbooks: You can edit your team’s plays to keep your opponents guessing. Consider a mix of running and passing plays.

  4. Substituting Players: The game allows you to substitute players on Offense, except for the offensive line. Be mindful of player conditions and injuries.

  5. Strategizing Plays: Plan your plays carefully. Consider the strengths and weaknesses of your team and your opponent’s team.

  6. Tracking the Game Clock: Keep an eye on the game clock. The game clock runs approximately 3x as fast as real time during a play on the field.

  7. Choosing the Right Running Back: Bo Jackson is the fastest running back in the game. His maximum speed is 75, making him almost impossible to catch if he’s in excellent condition.

Tips to Win

Here are some tips to increase your chances of winning:

  1. Perfect Playbook: Compile a group of eight calls — four running, four passing — out of a similar formation that keeps a defense on its toes.

  2. Know Your Best Defensive Players: In most situations, the computer will leave someone wide open. Knowing your best defensive players will help you cover these openings effectively.

  3. Contain Plays Until Help Comes: If your chosen player misses a tackle, contain the play until help arrives.

  4. Minimize Turnovers: Try to avoid throwing into traffic. Instead, scramble and gain 3-to-6 yards.

  5. Make Substitutions: Pay attention to your players’ conditions. If a running back is in excellent condition, he’s less likely to fumble.

Remember, practice makes perfect. The more you play, the better you’ll understand the game and develop effective strategies.