The Football A - Walkthrough | Trophy Guide | Achievement Guide

The Football A - Walkthrough | Trophy Guide | Achievement Guide

Difficulty: 1/10

Duration: 3 minutes

Offline trophies: All

Online trophies: None

DLC: None

Minimum number of playthroughs: 1

Number of missable trophies: 0

Number of trophies that would require long backtrack or replay in case you missed them: 0

Price: 1.49 € / 1.49 $

Trophies: 21 (1P, 9G, 5S, 6B)

 

Trophy Guide | Achievement Guide


The Football A

You have the true player! – Unlock all trophies


The Football A is an indie game published by Webnetic.

In terms of trophies, it is a very easy and fast game:

  • Start the game and keep pressing the R1 button until you reach 9500 points


In football’s early days, the forward pass was illegal

Dribble the ball 9500 times


Games were originally 70 minutes long

Dribble the ball 9000 times


Kickers got more respect in those early days

Dribble the ball 8500 times


About 35% of replay reviews get overturned

Dribble the ball 8000 times


In 1992, the officials experimented with two bye weeks

Dribble the ball 7500 times


College juniors weren’t eligible for the official draft until 1990

Dribble the ball 7000 times


The Longest field goal made in pro football history was 64 yards

Dribble the ball 6500 times


It takes 3,000 cows to supply enough leather for a year’s supply of footballs

Dribble the ball 6000 times


All official footballs are manufactured in the village Ada, in Ohio

Dribble the ball 5500 times


The first game to be televised was in 1939

Dribble the ball 5000 times


There are 32 teams in the official association

Dribble the ball 4500 times


There’s a difference between college and professional footballs

Dribble the ball 4000 times


Teddy Roosevelt threatened to ban football

Dribble the ball 3500 times


Football revenue escalates dramatically

Dribble the ball 3000 times


Pro football games have been played on every day of the week

Dribble the ball 2500 times


American Football Evolved from Soccer and Rugby

Dribble the ball 2000 times


Football Is the Most Popular Game in the United States

Dribble the ball 1500 times


College Players Are Drafted into Teams

Dribble the ball 1000 times


Each Team Needs at Least 11 Players

Dribble the ball 500 times


Catch the ball

Dribble the ball for the first time!

 

Trophy Roadmap


Catch the ball - Dribble the ball for the first time!

Each Team Needs at Least 11 Players - Dribble the ball 500 times

College Players Are Drafted into Teams - Dribble the ball 1000 times

Football Is the Most Popular Game in the United States - Dribble the ball 1500 times

American Football Evolved from Soccer and Rugby - Dribble the ball 2000 times

Pro football games have been played on every day of the week - Dribble the ball 2500 times

Football revenue escalates dramatically - Dribble the ball 3000 times

Teddy Roosevelt threatened to ban football - Dribble the ball 3500 times

There’s a difference between college and professional footballs - Dribble the ball 4000 times

There are 32 teams in the official association - Dribble the ball 4500 times

The first game to be televised was in 1939 - Dribble the ball 5000 times

All official footballs are manufactured in the village Ada, in Ohio - Dribble the ball 5500 times

It takes 3,000 cows to supply enough leather for a year’s supply of footballs - Dribble the ball 6000 times

The Longest field goal made in pro football history was 64 yards - Dribble the ball 6500 times

College juniors weren’t eligible for the official draft until 1990 - Dribble the ball 7000 times

In 1992, the officials experimented with two bye weeks - Dribble the ball 7500 times

About 35% of replay reviews get overturned - Dribble the ball 8000 times

Kickers got more respect in those early days - Dribble the ball 8500 times

Games were originally 70 minutes long - Dribble the ball 9000 times

In football’s early days, the forward pass was illegal - Dribble the ball 9500 times

The Football A - You have the true player! – Unlock all trophies

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