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1969 Tudor NFL Electric Football Model 620

Posted on February 8, 2011.

Here Is The vintage game at work!

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Madge Villescas says...

@TheTzdope Dude you are SO right. Hell I don't even know many people that even remember that basketball game that thing was Super Fun i saw one on Ebay I should have bid on it and table top hockey is still a great game to this day. But football was just awful... the thing about it was if you had all the teams like i did it LOOKED cool. You just couldn't play the game thing.

Posted on February 8, 2011
Michiko Ladika says...

I got this game as a Christmas present way back in the early early 70's. Didn't work as advertised. Players would be going every which way. Passing was ridiculous. When your man got open, you'd stop the vibrating and use a QB with a movable arm to try and hit the open man with the football magnet. Which was next to impossible. Over all a dumb game that didn't work. A much better football game from that era was Monday Night Football. No contest.

Posted on February 9, 2011
Anne Feltes says...

@Keyo717 I could make every shot on that basketball game including the corner shots which were next to impossible; however as i mentioned in a earlier post, those electric footballs are valuable especially the tudor early superbowl series. even more valuable than electric football games from the 1950's, where the game originated from!!

Posted on February 9, 2011
Maudie Landstrom says...

@TheTzdope I agree 100% this was the dumbest sports game of all time. Even as a kid I thought it was a waste of time. I had a lot of sports board games and they were always a lot more fun than this thing. It amazes me that some people still love this game. They even had a Championship every year for this thing. AWFUL!

Posted on February 10, 2011
Darci Niese says...

the worst part of this game is if you accidently put some pressure on the board, it would bent in and then bent out and all the pieces would go flying around!

Posted on February 10, 2011
Iesha Austerberry says...

Who has the ball?

Posted on February 10, 2011
Renaldo Venable says...

@Keyo717 I had much more fun with my bobby hull hockey game and wilt chamberlain basketball games!!

Posted on February 11, 2011
Jacklyn Bolorin says...

this is hilarious.

Posted on February 12, 2011
Jo Mcquillen says...

@berezin99 I t was a stupid ass game. They had a plastic time clock which timed 15 minutes. If you played by it the game would take a week to play! i had superbowl IV. It came with the vikings and chiefs and from what I hear, the early tudor superbowl series is worth hundreds of dollars. Of course, i gave my game away to my younger cousin!

Posted on February 12, 2011
Ellamae Zumbach says...

okay? is that where the dildo is now? dont forget to use ky? hamsterboy!!

Posted on February 21, 2011
John clark says...
This game was fun, you just had to be imaginative, spend time learning how to play it, and, of course, love football. There is a way to manipulate the bases and make them run straighter. There are ways to diagram and execute plays. Passing wasn't easy, but with practice it could be done. The thing about it is the first impression doesn't blow you away, so people give up on it. Really guys, it's a great game.
Posted on January 6, 2012

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