Report swos (the game not the guy) in General NHL'94 Discussion Posted July 28, 2014 · Edited July 28, 2014 by DominikJagr one thing those krafty euros have is their own private kaillera server. if you enter " swos.it " on "custom ip" when going onto servers youll see it. its great because it doesnt show up on the master server list so if we could figure out how to make one for ourselves we would likely be the only ones using it and it uses an actual server so it has a higher bandwidth. anybody have any idea how we would go about making a nhl94.com server on kaillera? Europeans play P2P exclusively, almost no kaillera servers games. Sensible soccer is indeed the 94 of footy games & the european community is massive. They even meet up to have regular live tournaments in different countries (like many in this community say would not work) I believe. One of those annual tournaments was held last weekend in Denmark. There are many Amiga versions of SWOS. Original SWOS (with bugs), improved SWOS called 1.1, then 95/96 (with added curled ground passes and the so called standing headers) and 95/96 European Championships edition (some improvments over 95/96 and 16 teams and correct format in Euro Championships) and then 96/97, which is taken as the ultimate version of Amiga SWOS. Update disk was released for this version too. I personally prefer SWOS 1.1 as it was the game I played on a regular basis in nineties and I think it's more difficult than later versions, with curled ground passes it's way too easy to overplay the computer opponent. If you like the Genesis versions of Sensi, try Atari Jaguar version, the gameplay is the same and it looks brilliant. Should work fine under an emulator on modern PCs. As a huge Amiga SWOS and Mega Drive Sensible Soccer fan I was interested in online playing years ago, it was 2007 I think, visited their chat and arranged few games. I think I am a very good player but these guys from sensiblesoccer.de are pure fanatics and play this game like gods, I had no chance. And I played just few friendlies against players ranked around 30-50 (at that time there were around 150 ranked players, not 40 or 50 like nowadays), competition matches against the best must be a butchery. If you decide to play their leagues and tourneys on a regular basis, expect months and hundreds of games to become at least below average player, good luck :-) Reason for editing: many typos.