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Retro Arcade M.A.M.E Super Formation Soccer 96: World Club Edition

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Super Formation Soccer 96: World Club Edition

Developer(s) Human Entertainment[1]
Publisher(s) Human Entertainment
Composer(s) Ichiro Atsuno
Masamichi Yamazaki
Series Super Formation Soccer
Platform(s) Super Famicom[2]
JP: March 29, 1996[1]
Genre(s) Traditional soccer simulation[1]
Mode(s) Single-player
Multiplayer (up to four players)

Super Formation Soccer 96: World Club Edition (スーパーフォーメーションサッカー96 ワールドクラブエディション, 96 World Club Edition Supafomeshonsakka) is the last Super Famicom release of the original Super Formation Soccer video game. It was released exclusively in Japan in 1996.

This game featured 18 fictitious club teams from around the world, based on well-known teams of the time, and also 3 hidden teams. The players names are also fictitious; for example, J. V. Pinto is spelled J. V. Minto

Italy - AC Midland (A.C. Milan), FC Arara (Parma F.C.), Youth Endless (Juventus)
Germany - Boss Dollarland (Borussia Dortmund), Balloon Munich (Bayern Munich)
Spain - FC Garcenyola (FC Barcelona), Real Madonna (Real Madrid)
France - Yon Charmant (Paris Saint-Germain)
Netherlands - Abanaxs (AFC Ajax)
England - Manchester Knights (Manchester United), Black Barth (Blackburn Rovers)
Portugal - Cafe Lisbon (S.L. Benfica)
Scotland - Grass Leisures (Rangers)
Brazil - Tararingo (Flamengo), Doremiso (Grêmio Porto Alegre)
Argentina - More Seniors (Boca Juniors), Level Great (River Plate)
Japan - Jaldi (Verdy Kawasaki)



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