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Software 2000 was a German developer and publisher of computer games. He was best known for his Bundesliga Manager.
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Bundesliga Manager is a soccer manager simulation published by Software 2000. The multi-part series was one of the best known and most successful representatives of this genre in Germany, especially in the early 1990s. Developer of the first parts was KRON Simulation Software (acronym for Werner Krahe and Jens Onnen).
After the great success of Bundesliga Manager, the second part of the series was published in 1991 with Bundesliga Manager Professional. Like its predecessor, it combined sport and business simulation. The game was released for PC, Amiga and Atari.
The last part of the Bundesliga Manager series appeared in 2001 and was also the first to be published without a DFB licence. The only original data that included the game came from the Austrian Bundesliga.
The ice-hockey counterpart to the popular soccer management game Bundesliga Manager Professional. It was done by the same people (KRON), and it shows as layout and design is very similar to the football management game. It's an official licensed DEB product, so you'll find the real club and player names. However this one was done long before the DEL existed, so there are no "Mannheimer Adler" or "Kolner Haie", but the good old club names.
F1 Manager 96 is a Formula 1 management simulation developed by the German software house Software 2000 and released in 1996 for DOS. You start selecting your team and then you will be able to manage engineers, contracts, sponsors and drivers, to get it to the top. Despite the game is not so famous, it is an excellent and comprehensive simulation still appreciated by many players.