One of the truly unique sports games ever made, Pro Bowl Live Action Football featured two teams of 4" tall plastic figures molded to resemble linemen, backs, or receivers and was played on a huge 7' x 4' vinyl mat with gridiron markings. A "running back" on a motorized cart carried the ball on running plays, bursting through a line of scrimmage consisting of figures placed on a pegboard "scrimmage rack." The defense had "linebackers" mounted on wheeled carts that were propelled by hand toward the onrushing cart to tackle the runner. Violent collisions ensued - and were necessary to bring down the runner as the cart was quite powerful. Passes were attempted by positioning receiver figures down field, followed by the defense setting up coverage. The offensive player then tried to toss a Styrofoam football to one of the receivers using a passer/kicker figure with a spring-loaded arm. If the ball hit any part of a receiver it was a catch; hitting any part of a defender resulted in an interception. The passer/kicker also had a spring-loaded leg to attempt field goals, extra points, and kickoffs.