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Phoenix, AZ April 10 - Grey Dog Software, a Phoenix based developer of sports management simulation software for personal computers, today announces the release of Fast Break College Basketball. The full version of FBCB is now available for digital download exclusively through Grey Dog Software.

Feature Set:
  • Play as any of the 347 current teams or add your own custom teams to the league.
  • Customizable default league allows you do add or delete conferences, teams, or preseason tourneys.
  • Expanded postseason option allows you to use between 1 and 4 postseason tournaments.
  • Recruit players from over 11,000 US High Schools, Junior Colleges, or foreign countries.
  • Choose from 4 different rating styles: 1-10,1-20,1-100,A-F
  • Export draft files for use with current and future versions of Fast Break Basketball.
  • Many more!
For more information or to try the free Demo for Fast Break College Basketball please visit the Grey Dog Software website: www.greydogsoftware.com or forums: www.greydogsoftware.com/forum/

You can also visit Grey Dog’s web store here: https://www.elicense.com/greydogsoft...tore/index.asp

About Grey Dog Software
Grey Dog Software, LLC an Arizona based, privately-held company, is a leading developer of sports management simulations for the PC. Grey Dog Software strives to provide ground-breaking features, enormous depth, and endless replayability with each game.

Game: Fast Break College BasketballReader Score: 9/10 - Vote Now
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Member Comments
# 1 jsg @ 04/11/10 12:26 PM
i'm gonna check this out
 
# 2 Zeppelin8 @ 04/11/10 05:11 PM
Anybody tried this one yet? Does it offer anything new compared to Draft Day Sports College Basketball?
 
# 3 grismosw @ 04/12/10 07:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Zeppelin8
Anybody tried this one yet? Does it offer anything new compared to Draft Day Sports College Basketball?
If you are fascinated with bells and whistles you will like DDSCB better. FBCB has a much better sim engine, the 2010 version has been prettied up but its still not graphically where DDSCB is, which is fine by me because it does everything else so well.
 
# 4 Fiddy @ 04/12/10 08:32 AM
i tried it out, not bad.. i would be more into it if it was hockey instead..
 
# 5 donkey33 @ 04/12/10 09:08 PM
Pretty much what grismosw said. Sim engine is much better. Much better game but missing the graphical look of DDSCB.
 
# 6 Zeppelin8 @ 04/13/10 07:50 AM
I couldn't care less about the graphics in a text sim. Better sim engine sounds appealing, to me DDSCB somewhat fails in that regard.

Thanks for the tip guys.
 
# 7 JohnDoe8865 @ 04/13/10 10:42 PM
I'm really enjoying the FBCB 2010 Demo so far.
 
# 8 duckpluck @ 05/28/10 06:20 PM
I have really enjoyed the game so far. It has great replay value.
 

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