Posts Tagged ‘quickhit’
  • QuickHit Football Adds DeMarcus Ware
    Posted August 25th, 2010 at 8:14 am 4 Comments »
    The latest player to be added to the browser based management sim QuickHit Football is Dallas Cowboys linebacker DeMarcus Ware. QuickHit announced the acquisition of the NFL license for branding such as team names, logos, uniforms, field art, stadiums, and other league branding back in June. However they are still restricted to having five players that are currently active in the league given they don't have a deal with the NFLPA. Randy Moss was the first one announced for the upcoming season....
  • Quick Hit Adds NFL Licensing
    Posted June 10th, 2010 at 9:42 am 16 Comments »
    Quick Hit Football has reached a deal that will incorporate NFL licensing in the free browser-based football management sim. Kotaku broke the news which will deliver NFL team names, logos, uniforms, and all league branding into the game. Terms of the multi-year deal have not been disclosed. The exclusive NFL license held by EA Sports covers the console games but gets a little fuzzier when it comes to other platforms. Last year NFL 2010 from Gameloft was released on the iPhone as a competito...
  • Randy Moss Joins Quick Hit Football
    Posted April 22nd, 2010 at 7:10 am 9 Comments »
    Quick Hit Football, the free browser based football management sim, has announced a new representative that will be featured in the game for the 2010 year. New England Patriots wide receiver Randy Moss has signed on to appear as one of the five 'Starters' which are comprised of current NFL players. Moss, who holds the NFL single season touchdown reception record, is the perfect player to lead Quick Hit’s team of Starters given his speed and agility – two core elements of Quick Hit F...
  • Quick Hit Football Overview
    Posted September 17th, 2009 at 11:09 am 42 Comments »
    Over the past couple of months I've been following the development of Quick Hit Football. This is a completely free PC game played within the browser. It is a management/coaching sim rather than a game you actively play and through performance can earn points to be spent on improving the players. Most interestingly of the early news on the game is that the rosters are not completely generic. Due to a loophole in the NFL exclusive license contract, Quick Hit has been able to sign a handful...