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The gameplay is fast and very simple but still enjoyable for a while.
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Footballing options may be good but the sound effects are weak, while the graphics suffer from ropey animation and the glaring presence of a sprite flicker.
Operation Thunderbolt (The Hit Squad)
A boring and forgettable game.
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