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'''''WWF WrestleMania''''' (named after the World Wrestling Federation's annual pay-per-view event) is a game created by Twilight in 1991 for the [[Amiga]], [[Amstrad CPC]], [[Atari ST]], [[Commodore 64]], and [[DOS]]. It was the first WWF licensed game available for these computers which were still dominant in Europe.
 
'''''WWF WrestleMania''''' (named after the World Wrestling Federation's annual pay-per-view event) is a game created by Twilight in 1991 for the [[Amiga]], [[Amstrad CPC]], [[Atari ST]], [[Commodore 64]], and [[DOS]]. It was the first WWF licensed game available for these computers which were still dominant in Europe.
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The game also features a practice mode in which the player faces a prone opponent. Another player can also control the second wrestler, but it will always be Mr. Perfect.
 
The game also features a practice mode in which the player faces a prone opponent. Another player can also control the second wrestler, but it will always be Mr. Perfect.
[[Category:Wrestling games]]
 
[[Category:Amiga games]]
 
[[Category:Amstrad CPC games]]
 
[[Category:Atari ST games]]
 
[[Category:Commodore 64 games]]
 
[[Category:DOS games]]
 

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