Sensible Soccer is a football simulation from 1992 that was developed by Sensible Software and marketed by Renegade.
The football game was first brought for the Amiga and the Atari ST to the market before it's finally come also to reactions for PC and various video game consoles such as the SNES, Sega Mega Drive, Sega Mega - CD and Sega Game Gear.
The game shone rather good playability than great graphics, but it was still a long time as one of the best football simulations. You could choose in this game of 64 clubs and 34 national teams, whose name as the players were just as varied. It had been beyond the possibility of their own leagues with up to 20 teams to create.
Sensible World of Soccer (1994 ) was elected in March 2007 in the game canon, a list of computer games that are regarded as milestones. The Library of Congress took up the proposal and began the long-term archiving of important video games, starting with the games on this list.