All American Championship Football

All American Championship FootballGame Rating : 2/5 (1)
Malibu Interactive
Publisher: Malibu Games
Game Type : Sports
Release Date : 1994
Modes : Single + Multi Player

All American Championship Football (SNES) Gameplay

All American Championship Football is a 1994 sports game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The game is developed by Malibu Interactive and published by Malibu Games.

All American Championship Football screenshot

This game has a base mode and American football mode. In the American football game mode, players have to play a full season of 16 games plus some play off games with 90 different players for both teams. When a play is very important to the game, the camera zooms in on the action.

All American Championship Football snes

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All American Championship Football (SNES) Q and A

Question : What Are The Game Controls For All American Championship Football?
Answer : Here They Are.
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If you plan to play this game it might help to learn the game controls first. If any of these controls for All American Championship Football are incorrect please let us know by posting a comment below

Question : Is All American Championship Football Any Good?
Answer : Below is how All American Championship Football Super Nintendo game rated on popular gaming sites on the internet. This should give you a good idea if the game is worth playing or not.

  • GamePro(US) = 3 / 5
  • ASM = 6 / 12
  • Play Time = 57 / 100
  • Super Play(UK) = 62 / 100

Question : How Long Does It Take To Complete All American Championship Football On The SNES?
Answer : If you plan to play this game you will be interested to know how long this game will take to complete and how hard people rate this game. The below stats were taken from

  • All American Championship Football Main Story : 1 Hours
  • Main Story + Extras : N/A
  • Retired : 13%

If you have played this game please post a comment below and let us know what you thought of the game, How long it took you to complete and how hard do you think the game was?

Question : Is It Illegal To Download and Play a ROM of All American Championship Football ?
Answer : Yes it is illegal.  Nintendo have posted the following on there website “whether you have possession of a Nintendo ROM for a limited amount of time, i.e. 24 hours, it is illegal to download and play a Nintendo ROM from the Internet”  which makes it clear that downloading ROMS is completely illegal.  A lot of people say this is a grey area, Some say as long as you own All American Championship Football on the SNES you can download and play the ROM as a backup to the physical media, this is not true.  Nintendo see ROMS as a threat to date to the intellectual property rights of video game developers.

Question : This Game Is Hard, Do You Have Any Cheats For This Game?
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Question : This Game Is Hard, Do You Have Any Cheats For This Game?
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Justin Mermack

Justin is a gaming enthusiast that relishes replaying and reminiscing with fellow gamers about the retro video games we all grew up loving. Using his spare time, he writes on all things Nintendo, but you'll be hard-pressed not to find a controller in his hand.

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