|Tony Meola's Sidekicks Soccer|
North American cover art
|Programmer(s)||Mike Spendlove |
|Composer(s)||Bob Dayley |
H. Kingsley Thurber
|Genre(s)||Traditional soccer simulation|
|Mode(s)|| Single-player |
Tony Meola's Sidekicks Soccer is a traditional soccer (football) simulation video game released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1993. It is named after US goalkeeper Tony Meola. It went under several names in different markets, such as Super Copa in Latin America and Ramos Rui no World Wide Soccer (ラモス瑠偉のワールドワイドサッカー) in Japan (endorsed by Ruy Ramos).
The teams in the game include various national teams and some unlicensed club teams from Europe, Japan and America. Players can play with teams from different parts of the United States, including Miami, Los Angeles, Sacramento.
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