Goal! Cheat (The)

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Information - Goal! Cheat (The)

GenreMiscellaneousYear1994
LanguageSTOS BASICPublisherST Format
ControlsMouseDistributorFuture Publishing
Players-Developer[n/a]
ResolutionLowLicensed from
Programmer(s)

Ayton, Stuart

CountryUnited Kingdom
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SoftwareEnglish
Game design

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Box / InstructionsEnglish
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LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Sound FX

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Cover Artist(s)ST TypeST, STe / 0.5MB
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Instructions - Goal! Cheat (The)

                                THE GOAL CHEAT
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                       Copyright (c) 1994 Stuart Ayton
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                                     V1.0
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                                 Made in STOS
17, January 1994                 ------------
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        Files:    CHEAT!!!.PRG    - 58060 bytes -       The program file
                  READ_ME .NOW    -  3284 bytes -       This document


IMPORTANT
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THIS PROGRAM IS MY COPYRIGHT.  IT MAY BE FREELY DISTRIBUTED (PD LIBRARYS,
BULLETIN BOARDS, FRIENDS ETC.) AS LONG AS THIS DOCUMENT (READ_ME.NOW) AND
CHEAT!!!.PRG ARE BOTH INCLUDED AND ARE NOT ALTERED IN ANY FORM.


INFO
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The GOAL! team editor doesn't allow you to alter players attributes or their
position (Midfield etc.) so I wrote this program for those of you who don't
agree with GOAL!'s selection or if you just want to make your team brilliant
and your mates (or the computers) team rubbish.  My program also alters the
team file so that instead of just having 12 and 14 on the bench, you can now
have 12, 14, 15 and 16 but only still make 2 substitutions per match.  The
program has various self-checks like if you alter the shirt numbers and leave
out number 9 it will inform you and not continue until you insert a number 9.

THE PROGRAM
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When you load the program the title screen will appear and then a fileselector
will appear.  Use 'DIR' to alter the directory after inserting another disk and
'RETURN' after selecting a file or 'QUIT' to quit to the desktop.

After a short while a list of teams will appear.  As you run the mouse over the
teams they will appear in the window at the bottom of the screen.  Clicking on
'Choose another file' will allow you to return to the fileselector to either
load again or quit.  Clicking on 'SAVE' after making any changes will allow you
to save the file to your current GOAL! DATA DISK or to make a DATA DISK and
save it on there if you do not have one available.

                      DO NOT SAVE TO YOUR GOAL! PROGRAM DISK! 
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Clicking on a team will bring up the players names which are in the team that
you selected.  Selecting "Shirt numbers" will allow you to alter which players
allocated which shirt and WILL ALLOW YOU TO HAVE UP TO FOUR PLAYERS ON THE
BENCH (although you can only make TWO substitutions).  Selecting a player will
show you his attributes and will allow you to alter them (including the
position) by clicking on either the name of the attribute or the value.




OTHER INFO
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If you have any queries or ideas for this program or if you have any ideas of
programs that you would like to be programmed then you can contact me at the
following address:

_______________________________________________________________________________
                        Stuart Ayton
                        55, Cromwell Road,
                        Sprowston,
                        Norwich,
                        Norfolk,
                        NR7 8XJ
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