Players can be bought or sold, with their transfer values varying according to the size of any bid. Their skills and morale vary as the season goes on, with resting key players in easy matches often a key move. You can take out a loan, limited depending on your division, while day-to-day bills must be covered. Matches feature short animated highlights sequences of key moments.
You will have to hire scouting, physiotherapy and coaching staff before you can do much - you can also hire a youth team for the chance of uncovering a rough diamond. Each week there are up to 2 players available to sign, who are (like your own players) rated out of 10 for form - players with more than 5 will rarely want to play in division 4. Matches are played outside your view, with a minute-by-minute update, and all the other results afterwards.
Money management is all-important; you can improve your stadium, sell players, take out a loan, and pay for your club's insurance. Injuries and suspensions, as well as cup and eventually European matches, all add to the challenge.
This game was made to commemorate the 1992 tournament, when the best European teams of the time competed for the title. The actual winner was Denmark, which didn’t even qualify for the tournament, but when the Former Yugoslavia could not enter the Danish team was called in as the wild card.
This game offers you many options. You can play alone or with one friend, and you can set the length of the matches to 5, 10 or 20 minutes. You can also setup the keys you wish to use, your video and sound options and the input device (either joystick or the keyboard).