tudor electric football game.....I HAD THIS 18DEC

Anybody know why mine would be not-the-same as everybody else’s Foto Electric Football game?

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  • I remember my dad taking his dusty Electric Football game out of the attic one day and showing me how it worked. (That it was still operational is a testament to my father's famous fastidiousness). I was hopped up on Nintendo's "Tecmo Bowl" at the time -- and also, being 11 or so, a little jerk -- so Electric Football looked to me like a relic left behind by cavemen.

    According to (), Sas invented Electric Football in 1948 and introduced it a year later. But the game didn't take off for nearly two more decades, when Sas signed a deal with NFL Properties in 1967. It wasn't long after that Electric Football was under Christmas trees across the country.

  • According to (), Sas invented Electric Football in 1948 and introduced it a year later. But the game didn't take off for nearly two more decades, when Sas signed a deal with NFL Properties in 1967. It wasn't long after that Electric Football was under Christmas trees across the country.

    The emergence of video games in the early '80s quickly turned Electric Football into a dinosaur staring down the fiery meteor. But by then, the game -- and the man who invented it -- had already left an indelible mark.

    These electronic football games incorporate strategy and skill for all ages and are the best way to learn football! Perfect for any football fan, these electric football games are a sure-fire touchdown.

  • The Official Site Of Electric Arena Football

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    I was just as happy as a Packer fan in the 1970s and ’80s, when the team struggled to win, as I was when they once again reached the summit in the 1990s. And my affection for electric football has less to do with an allegiance to the sport and more to do with the enjoyment many of us get from playing a good board game, not to mention the nostalgia. Jon Oliver’s captures what I feel about sports: an enjoyment of the game, but an intense hatred of the power and lunacy that my viewership/fandom fuels.

Tudor Games - Power Pro Electric Football

Since 1947, Tudor Games has sold over 40 million Electric Football games, igniting the imagination of football fans young and old. Since buying the company in 2012, we have been re-imagining and re-designing Electric Football. Our amazing new products bring kids and adults of all ages together for healthy play. What could be more fun than that?