tabletop-sports.com

Fast Action Football 2016 NFL Released

Articles / Announcements
Posted by Downey Games on Jan 12, 2017 - 01:19 PM

Downey Games is proud to announce the release of the 2016 NFL season for Fast Action Football.

The E-Book is available here: http://www.downeygames.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5_6_147&products_id=3880

The Printed Year Book is available here: http://www.downeygames.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1_2_148&products_id=3879

Fast Action Football, as the name would suggest, uses a Fast Action Deck to resolve games. The game is a full-featured, play-by-play game. Don't mistake this for a quick play or drive-by-drive game. The game is tailored to the solitaire gamer, plays in under an hour, and features individual players.

While those features are great, you may be thinking that they aren't necessarily unique. What sets Fast Action Football apart from other games is the Momentum Factor within the game, which makes it "feel" like the real life sport. The Momentum Factor isn't a gimmick, and it's not over stated. It is perfectly implemented to replicate the momentum shifts within the game that you see in real life on the gridiron.

I can't state it enough, this game "FEELS" like football. You see the stingy defenses, and the defenses that may flex but not break, once the ball is in the Red Zone. You see the fleet-footed quarterbacks turn would be sacks into 20 yard gains. You see the accuracy of a Tom Brady, and the great receiving of Jerry Rice.

From a gaming point of view, Fast Action Football is the ultimate in portability. To play, you only need the Fast Action Deck, two team sheets, a score sheet and a pencil. The game has an extremely small footprint, which makes it ideal for limited table space or for tucking away when on a trip.

Fast Action Football is like a good book that you just canít put down. You find yourself saying, one more game and quickly discover it is 3 AM.

This article is from tabletop-sports.com
  http://tabletop-sports.com/

The URL for this story is:
  http://tabletop-sports.com/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=543