Saturday, 27 September 2014

Sensible Soccer Anthology + SWOS 96'/97'

Sensible Software
Uses: WHDLoad by Wepl, JST by JF Fabre, slaves as outlined below
Cover: Steve
ISO Master: Earok

Almost every variant of every single Sensible Soccer game for Amiga!

Four variants of Sensible World of Soccer:
  • SWOS 1.0 (JST Slave: JF Fabre)
  • SWOS 95-96 (JST Slave: JF Fabre)
  • SWOS 95-96 European Championship Edition (JST Slave: JF Fabre)
  • SWOS 96-97 (JST Slave: JF Fabre)
Three variants of Sensible Soccer:
  • Sensible Soccer 1.0 (Slave: Psygore)
  • Sensible Soccer 1.1 European Champions (Slave: Psygore)
  • Sensible Soccer 1.2 International Edition (Slave: Psygore)
Four demos and misc games:
  • Unsensible Soccer (Slave: Codetapper)
  • Sensible Soccer meets Bulldog Blighty aka England vs Germany (Slave: Codetapper)
  • Sensible World Of Moon Soccer (Slave: Psygore)
  • Sensible Train Spotting - Why the hell not! (Slave: Galahad)
  • Microprose Soccer (Slave: Stingray) (Keyboard required)
Plus a CDXL intro - I believe this is from the PC-CDROM version of SWOS '96/'97

Special thanks to EAB user El_Pasi for uploading an old JST install for SWOS, and EAB user Boo Boo for notifying me and giving me assistance with getting it to run. We were originally going to launch this anthology without the SWOS games (I couldn't get it to work in 2mb ram), so the presence of SWOS on this disc is thanks to them and JF Fabre for writing the installer.

Selection screen

CDXL intro

DOWNLOAD (Virus checked 28th July 2015, now with Microprose Soccer rather than Train Spotting)


Given that Sensible World Of Soccer is one of the most popular games of all time, and since the 96/97 version supersedes all of the others, we figured it was worth a standalone release too. This will probably be the one and only time we're launching a standalone release and compilation simultaneously. We've also added the CDXL intro to this one.

DOWNLOAD (Virus checked 28th July 2015)


  1. you're simply fantastic!!! thanks for making us enjoy all these games on Amiga cd32!!..i love soccer and Sensible Series are awesome!

  2. Thanks, I really appreciate it :)

  3. Does this save to the NVRam on SWOS?

    1. Sadly it does not (not even the official CD32 release of the original Sensible Soccer does).

      We investigated but with save files around 40kb, there was no way we could fit into NVRAM.