World Class Rugby

The World class rugby was released at the time of Rugby world cup in 1991. The winner of the world cup was New Zealand which had England as its opponent team. In the game, there are many cordial matches and a league having eight teams. The sports game, World class rugby was published by audiogenic software Ltd and developed by Dentons. The three dimensional up down game was developed for the platforms Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. The configuration in the game can be altered as per the needs of the users or the players. The game provides ten levels of possessing various skills, matches with distinct durations and different layouts or the conditions of the pitch. Also, you can replay the game and the replays can also be saved. The game has all the regulations of rugby and it includes drop aims and fines. The game can be played with several teams as opponents and it gives a three-dimensional feel of the game of rugby. You can have control over the players of your team with the controls provided in the game. Also, you can make then run forward, backward, sideways and also make them jump so as to have a goal. The game is much like football and is quite interesting. It keeps the interest of the user until the end can prove itself as a good indoor sport for the rugby lovers.
Developed by:
Dentons
Multiplayer:
No Multiplayer
Platform:
Dosbox
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