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Tony Dillon of CU Amiga, retro football kits who considered the moves “incredible”. Dillon remarked that Football Glory excelled in terms of graphics due its many animations. McGill lamented that Football Glory featured fewer modes, team formations, and pitches than Sensible Soccer or Sensible World of Soccer. Paul Roundell, in his reviews for Amiga Action, stated that Football Glory played similar to Sensible Soccer apart from the additional moves in Football Glory, which he lauded. However, Mellerick also noted that most of these moves were rarely executable due to insufficient time within a match. Chris Chapman, the lead programmer said that this was the version they originally wanted to create (DOS version converted by Wave Software).