This is the home of the North American Xor Football League, or
NAXFL for short. It is a simulation of a pro football league
with teams ranging from Dawson and Thunder Bay in Canada
throughout the U.S.A. to Durango in Mexico. The games are
played using the old PC football simulator made by the Xor
Corporation called NFL Challenge.
About the league.
Here are the rules for teams, players and seasons. These are
subject to change should a new conflict or incongruity appear
or someone comes up with a better idea, but they are much more
stable now than in previous seasons.
- The vision of the league, including explanations of how the
various areas (teams, drafts, seasons, careers, etc.) will be
Rules - The game has in game injuries but they do not
carry over to the next game. In order to more closely mimic an
actual football league the injury rules were created.
- Similar to NFL tie-breakers but with differences that take
advantage of the fact this is a game without real life risks
Player Position Changes - These rules
help to keep position changes realistic while still allowing
for alternate offenses and defenses.
NAXFL now has a YouTube channel! You can view games in their
We always welcome new participants. Send an e-mail if you are
interested in joining or would like to receive the mailings of
results and news about the league.
NAXFL has a Twitter feed if you want to get more current game
results and other news here.
Season 01: 2006-2007
Season 02: 2007-2008
Season 03: 2008-2009
Season 04: 2010-2011
Season 05: 2011-2012
Season 06: 2012-2013
Season 07: 2013-2014
Season 08: 2015-In Process
A note to any of the game's creators, on the unlikely
chance that one of them should stumble upon this page. I
would dearly love to see the source code made available so
the game can once again undergo development. I would pay for
this but not being wealthy could not pay a lot. Not, I'm
sure, what it is worth. Also, I don't have the coding skills
to do much more than some tuning to the code. Obviously, all
of the NFL licensed stuff would have to be removed. I am
thinking more in the lines of a Sourceforge project. I
believe it would attract a lot of attention. There are a lot of people out there that remember
this game and a lot of them are from the days when computer
users also knew how to code. In any case, I would appreciate
any information anyone has on what became of the original
source code or who has the rights to it.
me with any comments, questions
or suggestions send an e-mail to:
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