THE WORLD'S MOST COMPREHENSIVE collection of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer related material. Enjoy!

ehis64net.t64 [55KB] A Commodore 64 version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer customised for online play (in T64 format). You should download this if you want to play online!

EHIS_CSS64_Configs.zip [2KB] Configuration files for CCS64 that are designed for playing Emlyn Hughes International Soccer online. Download this if you don't want to spend time setting up your CCS64.

EHIS_PingCompensator.exe [40KB] Ping Compensator V1.0 Beta1: A program designed by us to calculate and display a dynamic (real-time) handicap-modification for matches where players have a ping difference greater than 30 ms. This is a beta-version, and is currently not widely used. However, if you test it, we would like to hear your opinion about it!

EHIS_PingCompensator.pdf [100KB] Documentation in PDF format for the above-mentioned Ping Compensator.

Emlyn Hughes International Soccer.t64 [45KB] The standard version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer for Commodore 64 (in T64 format).

Emlyn Hughes International Soccer.sid [3KB] The Emlyn Hughes International Soccer theme song for Commodore 64 (in SID format).

Emlyn Hughes International Soccer.txt [27KB] The Emlyn Hughes International Soccer manual for Commodore 64 (in TXT format).

EmlynChars.D64 [170KB] A Commodore 64 program that renders any input text into the various EHIS fonts (in D64 format).

Emlyn Hughes International Soccer.dsk [190KB] The Amstrad version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer (in DSK format).

Emlyn Hughes International Soccer.tzx [48KB] The Spectrum version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer (in TZX format).

Emlyn Hughes International Soccer.adf [880KB] The Amiga version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer (in ADF format).

Emlyn Hughes International Soccer.st [820KB] The Atari version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer (in ST format).

EHIS derivatives

The following games are featured at the EHIS derivatives section (check that page for information about why we offer them for download):

European Champions (1993).zip [1.78MB] The Amiga version of European Champions. The zip packet includes two disks in the ADF format.

Lothar Matthaeus (1993).zip [1.72MB] The Amiga version of Lotthar Matthaeus. The zip packet includes two disks in the ADF format.

Wembley International Soccer (1994).adf [880KB] The standard Amiga version of Wembley International Soccer.

Wembley International Soccer - AGA (1994).zip [1.72MB] The Amiga AGA version of Wembley International Soccer (the zip file contains the game on two ADF images).

Retee! versions

The following games are featured at the Retee! section. See that page for more information about why we offer them for download.

Retee! (1988).t64 [50KB] Retee!, the Italian version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer for Commodore 64 (in T64 format).

Retee! (1989).adf [880KB] Retee!, the Italian version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer for Amiga (in ADF format).

Retee 2! (1993).zip [1.72MB] Retee 2!, the Italian version of European Champions for Amiga. The zip packet includes two disks in the ADF format.

Others related to EHIS

The following games are featured at the Related to EHIS section (check that page for information about why we offer them for download):

Brian Lara Cricket (1996).adf [880KB] The Amiga version of Brian Lara Cricket (in ADF format).

Cup Final (1983).t64 [17KB] The Commodore 64 version of Cup Final (in T64 format).

Emlyn Hughes Arcade Quiz (1990).adf [880KB] The Amiga version of Emlyn Hughes Arcade Quiz (in ADF format).

Graham Gooch's Test Cricket (1985).t64 [32KB] The Commodore 64 version of Graham Gooch's Test Cricket (in T64 format). This is the Michael McLean original.

Graham Gooch's Test Cricket (1985).dsk [190KB] The Amstrad version of Graham Gooch's Test Cricket (in DSK format). This is the conversion written by Graham Blighe.

Loopz (1991).t64 [41KB] The Commodore 64 version of Loopz (in T64 format). Note that this is not actually the Barcast Arcade machine conversion that Graham Blighe wrote.

Osprey! (1984).t64 [10KB] The Commodore 64 version of Osprey! (in T64 format).

Super League Manager (1995).adf [880KB] The original Amiga version of Super League Manager (in ADF format). If you want to see the matches played in the Amiga version of Emlyn Hughes International Soccer, make sure to download also the Amiga version of EHIS!

Super League Manager - AGA (1995).zip [1.71MB] The Amiga AGA version of Super League Manager (the zip file contains the game on two ADF images). If you want to see the matches played in the Amiga version of Wembley International Soccer, make sure to download also that one!

Bandits! (unpublished).zip [100KB] The Commodore 64 version of Bandits!, an unpublished game by Graham Blighe. Exclusively available at ehis64.net! This is given in the T64 format and comes with instructions from Graham Blighe himself, who we thank for sharing it with us.

Tunnel Vision (1987).zip [200KB] The Commodore 64 version of Tunnel Vision, the game Graham Blighe made before Emlyn Hughes International Soccer. This is in the T64 format and comes with a scan of the original cover that includes instructions. We are indebted to Graham Blighe himself for this package.

WE DO NOT offer emulator downloads. However, you can find links to different emulators' home pages from our links section.

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DISCLAIMERS

1. These files are offered for your pleasure, and have been scanned for viruses and other harmful material. However, we do not take any responsibility in the highly unlikely case that they end up causing harm to you or your computer.

2. If you own the copyrights to any of the programs, text files or other material shared on this page, and object to them being offered for download, please contact us and we will remove the item(s) in question. We do not make profit sharing these files, and are offering them for download only with the understanding that none of them are currently commercially available.

3. Do not ask us for ROM files. (ROM files contain the operating systems of different old computers, and are needed for running most emulators, excluding the C64 ones.) They are usually copyrighted, and companies owning the rights to them do not want them to be distributed.