Historia, Base de Datos y Seguimiento: Marcos Jourón
Liga Manager y Pro-Manager: David Galeano
Competiciones: Leo Zayas
Simulador: Pablo Ariza y Ricardo Puerto
Documentación: Gabriel Ruiz
Diseño Gráfico: Snatcho, Alberto Moreno
Gráficos y animaciones del simulador: Emilio "Jon" Serrano
Ingeniero de sonido: Tomás Rubio
Músicas: José Antonio Martín
Efectos: Alejandro Gil
Director de arte: Dimas F. Gorostarzu
Diseño gráfico: Millán de Miguel
Producción: Carlos Abril
Productores asociados: Snatcho, Gabriel Ruiz y Víctor Ruiz
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On any given day in '96, maybe earlier, maybe later, someone from the Dinamic Multimedia offices must have thought about the following: we have a fantastic product, which we are making better and bigger each year, which has fans of hooked games, football fans who did not usually play hooked, the press at our feet ... But we only get one a year. The novelties in the market are not reflected, people would like to play with the latest winter signing, which has become fashionable to sign cracks at this time ...
It could be so, or in any other way, but version 5.0
was the starting gun for extensions, at a time when the internet was not yet what it is, and the physical medium widely dominated the market.
They must have also thought that an update was not enough material to charge it at a good price, so they had another idea. PC Calcio in Italy sells very well, but here its sales are more modest. We could include it in the pack, offering added value that justifies the price paid. And said and done, version 5.0 of PC Calcio
became part of a product that had, as its main features, updating the database with the days played until then, new signings and more clubs.
I bought PC Futbol every year, but I never got one of the extensions; Unlike the possible member of Dinamic who imagined the scene, 2500 pesetas seemed too much for an update.