4th Street Football Computer Game Demo
4th Street Football Computer Game Demo
4th Street Football Computer Game Demo
4th Street Football Computer Game Demo
4th Street Football Computer Game Demo
4th Street Football Computer Game Demo

4th Street Football Computer Game Demo

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4th Street Computer Football is a strategy-based football simulation which matches player skills using plays that you call as a coach. Click here for a more detailed description of how the board game edition of the game works (the computer game is closely modeled after the board game). You might also want to check out the instruction manual, or check out our new FREE DEMO of the game!

In order to run the demo, your computer needs to meet the system requirements.
 
There are two steps necessary to run the demo: 
 

  1. Download, and run the demo program. The program also includes two teams from 1970, Dallas and Baltimore (that year's Super Bowl teams). You'll be able to play games with these two teams, draft or release players, edit players, keep stats...everything you can do with the full version of the game. The only difference is, the full version of the game will allow you to work with up to 56 teams. The demo will only allow you to work with 2.
  2. Select "Check Web for Update" to make sure you are running the most current version of the program (the demo setup is only updated periodically, whereas the main program file is updated regularly). 

Like it?! We knew you would! Purchase an activation code for the program for just $10, then order (via download or US Mail) additional season files to use with your new game! After you place your order, you will be re-directed to a page which will give you your activation code. Once you have it, click on "Activate Program" from the "Help" menu.

 

BROWSER ALERT!!!  Some browsers (Internet Explorer and possibly others) are designed to "cut off" or change the extension of certain types of files, including EXE (executable) files.  All of the season files on this page include EXE installation files.  A couple of easy solutions if you experience issues are:

  • when prompted, use the "Save As" option and save the file in the "Downloads" folder on your computer.  This will usually bypass the browser's effort to change the extension.
  • download the file where ever you want to, and then change its extension to ".EXE"

Feel free to e-mail us if you run in to trouble or have questions!

Click here to see the system requirements for 4th Street Football.