Dale Gaming Interactive

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Dale Gaming Interactive
Industry Video games
Interactive entertainment
Founded 9 April 2013
Founder(s) Danny Clarke
Headquarters St. John's, Republic of New Dale
Area served Global
Products Micronational Football League
Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic (Democracy 3)
Owner(s) Danny Clarke
Employees 2
Website Website
Store

Dale Gaming Interactive (DGI) is a Dale company which was founded on 9 April 2013 in order to develop a mod for Football Manager 2013 in order to create micronational football teams and a league system within the game. However, Dale Gaming Interactive also has plans for further mods as well as develop their own small games in the future and even more plans in the future. These include a mod for the Papers, Please Demo based around the Federal Republic of St.Charlie.

Products

Micronational Football League 2013 (Football Manager 2013)

Micronational Football League 2013
Developer(s Dale Gaming Interactive
Publisher(s) Dale Gaming Interactive
Distributor(s) Dale Gaming Interactive
Series Micronational Football League
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows • OS X
Release date(s) Microsoft Windows& OS X
WW N/A, 2013
Genre(s) Sports
Business simulation
Distribution Download

The Micronational Football League was a 2013 add-on to Sports Interactive's game, Football Manager 2013. The add-on included 3 new leagues containing 21 micronations, 4 B teams as well as a Micras and MicroWiki Football Clubs and Dale Football Club representing the Republic of New Dale in the game. Included in the add-on also were 5 cup competitions, the Micronations Challenge Cup, the Micronations Premier Cup, Micronations Super Cup, Micronations Trophy and the Micronations Community Cup. Teams in the add-on included Dale FC, DES Senya, Sealand, Lostisland, Tiana, MicroWiki FC and more. The add-on was developed solely by Danny Clarke. A 2014 edition of the add-on is expected for Football Manager 2014 with additional people being invited to contribute to its development. However, which teams will feature in the new version of the add-on as well as the cups and league format are yet to be announced by Dale Gaming Interactive.

League Format

Division League Cups National Cup
Micronations Premiership
12 Teams
Micronations Premier Cup
12 Teams
Micronations Challenge Cup
28 Teams
Micronations Division 1
8 Teams
Micronations Trophy
16 Teams
Micronations Division 2
8 Teams
Micronations Super Cup Micronations Community Cup
Premier Cup Winner Trophy Winner Premiership Winner Challenge Cup Winner

Teams

Division Team
Premiership
12 Teams
RND flag.png Dale FC CR Dallingrad.png Dallingrad Flag-of-Juclandia.png Juclandia Lbpflag.png Los Bay Petros
New Serbian Flag.jpg New Persia Flag of Rukora.png Rukora Flag of Sealand.png Sealand Senyaflag.png Senya
Flag of Sirocco.png Sirocco Flag stcharlie.png St.Charlie TianaFlag.png Tiana Uslssrflag.png USLSSR
Promoted/Relegated 3
Division 1
8 Teams
Caladonian Flag.png Caladonia Hasanistan.png Hasanistan Crasager flag.png Koss Lostislandflag.jpg Lostisland
DRNAFLAG1.png New America Noflag.png Pristina Westland new flag.png Westland Zealandian Alternate National Flag.png Zealandia
Promoted/Relegated 2
Division 2
8 Teams
Union of Draegan Republics Flag1.png Draegan EragiaFlagXL.png Eragia Noflag.png Micras Noflag.png MicroWiki
RND flag.png Dale B Flag of Sealand.png Sealand B Senyaflag.png Senya B Flag stcharlie.png St.Charlie B

Micronational Football League 2014 (Football Manager 2014)

Micronational Football League 2014
MFL2014 Logo.png
Developer(s Dale Gaming Interactive
Publisher(s) Dale Gaming Interactive
Distributor(s) Steam Workshop
Series Micronational Football League
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows • OS X • Linux
Release date(s) Microsoft Windows, OS X & Linux
WW February 22, 2014
Genre(s) Sports
Business simulation
Distribution Download

The Micronational Football League 2014 is the second edition of the Micronational Football League add-on for the Football Manager series. The new edition will have more people involved in its development and will be the largest project undertaken by Dale Gaming Interactive yet. The new edition will include larger leagues, new teams, micronational players and be more accurate example of the abilities of teams that reflect their reputation. The Premiership will be expanded to 16 teams, 4 more then the 2013 edition, Division 1 and Division 2 will be expanded to 12 teams each and a new, forth tier will be added, Division 3, containing 8 teams including the B teams from 2013's Division 2, in total over 20 teams will be added or replaced to expand the league. This was later reduced to no longer include Division 3 with the teams being moved to Division 2 instead. The knockout competitions will remain the same with the same, although larger format then previously. The add-on was released on February 22nd 2014 on Steam's Workshop for Football Manager 2014.

League Format

Division League Cups National Cup
Micronations Premiership
16 Teams
Micronations Premier Cup
16 Teams
Micronations Challenge Cup
40 Teams
Micronations Division 1
12 Teams
Micronations Trophy
24 Teams
Micronations Division 2
12 Teams
Micronations Super Cup Micronations Community Cup
Premier Cup Winner Trophy Winner Premiership Winner Challenge Cup Winner

Teams

Division Team
Premiership
16 Teams
RND flag.png Dale FC CR Dallingrad.png Dallingrad Flag-of-Juclandia.png Juclandia Lbpflag.png Los Bay Petros
New Serbian Flag.jpg New Persia Flag of Sealand.png Sealand Senyaflag.png Senya Flag of Sirocco.png Sirocco
Flag stcharlie.png St.Charlie TianaFlag.png Tiana Uslssrflag.png USLSSR Akharnes flag.png Akharnes
Wurdigeland Flag.jpg Würdigeland Saugeais flag.png Saugeais Hasanistan.png Hasanistan Flag of Sabia and Verona.png Sabia
Promoted/Relegated 4
Division 1
12 Teams
Caladonian Flag.png Caladonia Flag of Sabia and Verona.png Verona Crasager flag.png Koss Lostislandflag.jpg Lostisland
Westland new flag.png Westland Zealandian Alternate National Flag.png Zealandia Atlantis.flag.png Atlantis Hamlinian Presidential Standard.jpg Oasis Islands
Aetos flag.png Aetos MercianFlag.png Mercia Knoll flag 1.png Nolland MouziloFlag.png Mouzilo
Promoted/Relegated 2
Division 2
12 Teams
EragiaFlagXL.png Eragia Source.png Leylandiistan DWFR Capital Flag.png Guildford Flag of Andorra(1934).svg.pngCarpathians
Flag of Kasimovia.png Kasimovia Saugeais flag.png Saugeais B Noflag.png MicroWiki Noflag.png Micras
RND flag.png Dale B Flag of Sealand.png Sealand B Senyaflag.png Senya B Flag stcharlie.png St.Charlie B

Micronational Football League 2015 (Football Manager 2015)

Micronational Football League 2015
MFL2015 Logo.png
Developer(s Dale Gaming Interactive
Jarokn Games
Publisher(s) Dale Gaming Interactive
Distributor(s) itch.io
Series Micronational Football League
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows • OS X • Linux
Release date(s) Microsoft Windows, OS X & Linux
WW TBC, 2015
Genre(s) Sports
Business simulation
Distribution Download

The Micronational Football League 2015 was planned to be the third edition of the Micronational Football League add-on for the Football Manager series by Dale Gaming Interactive. However, unlike the 2013 edition which was create largely from scratch and the 2014 which was a transferred and expanded version the 2015 was originally intended to use a re-branded Maltese league, while this was to remove most of the start from scratch regardless of your team element of the previous Micronational Football League editions the version was intended to give a better balanced and structured approach to the series, however the lowest tier of the league, Division 3 which was removed from the 2014 edition last minute will include a blank canvas team for those looking to make the team of their own. Because of the use of the Maltese league structure the Premiership will be reduced from 16 teams to 12, while Division 1 will be increased to 13 clubs, Division 2 increased to 14 clubs, including the 5 B sides.

However after the project fell dormant it was revived to be a demonstration of an expanded, 4 tier and 70 team M-League consisting of 10 different divisions each consisting of 7 teams, the Premier Divison would consist of the 6 current M-League teams as well as failed expansion team Vítězní Merciané. The remaining 63 places will consist of teams based on those previously included in the MFL series.

However, due to a lack of support and investment in the project the Micronational Football League 2015 was abandoned for a second time with no intention for revival, making the Micronational Football League 2014 Edition the last of the MFL series.

League Format

M-League
1 Premier Division
2 First Division
3 Second Division
4 Third Divison
5 Fourth Division West Fourth Division East
Non-league (No promotion/relegation)
6 Dale Super League 1 Mancunian League 1 Vertigo Premier League Vyktoryan Premier League
7 Dale Super League 2 Mancunian League 2 No divisions
8 Dale Super League 3 No divisions

Surrey Super League 2015

After the failure to produce a Micronational Football League 2015 Edition, Dale Gaming Interactive instead set its sights on using existing Football Manager teams, based in Surrey, England to create a new independent nation based on the recently formed Surrey Independent Football Association, this new add-on would be called the Surrey Super League and include Surrey as a playable UEFA member. The add-on featured 46 teams in a 4 tier structure with 3 complimenting cups and allowed Surrey team participation in the UEFA Champions League and Europa League after their first season.

The add-on would also include Mydalefc club Dale FC as the hardest team in the league to provide players with an optional challenge when playing.

Saxon Super League 2015

Dale Gaming Interactive would expand upon the Surrey Super League with the Saxon Super League also for the 2015 edition of Football Manager. The alternative mod includes 2 additional nations Sussex and Kent in a far expanded 6 tier, 7 cup, 9 division and 121 club competition, including the again inclusion of Dale FC in the lowest Surrey division, Surrey Football League Two.

An expansion for the game was later released, the Saxon 8 Nation Championship featuring an 8 team biannual competition consisting of Surrey, Sussex, Kent, England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, the 8 nations of the British Isles. This is a senior national team competition with a rotated host between the 3 Saxon nations at each of their home grounds. The competition will begin in the Summer of 2016 and hosted by Surrey, following the EUROs and will run every other year.

Surrey Super League 2016

After a number of positive reviews and comments on the version's release, Dale Gaming Interactive decided to release an expanded and updated SSL for Football Manager 2016, the Surrey Super League 2016 Edition came in 2 versions, the publicly released Standard Edition featuring 48 teams, 2 more than the 2015 edition with Sutton United and Staines Town being transferred to the SSL. The Surrey Super League 2016 Standard Edition followed a similar format to the 2015 edition with just the inclusion of 2 additional teams.

However, the Surrey Super League 2016 Extended Edition used a number of additional teams created with the use of England to Level 23 third-party mod, to give the SSL access to a significant number of additional teams allowing for the creation of a 6 tier structure.

Surrey Super League 2017

With the typical announcement of the Football Manager 2017 edition, Dale Gaming Interactive were left deciding how to tackle the 2017 Edition of the SSL add-on. For this DGI decided to release only 1 version of the mode and base it on the Extended Edition allowing for the larger team count.

Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic (Democracy 3)

Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic (Democracy 3)
Developer(s Dale Gaming Interactive
Publisher(s) Dale Gaming Interactive
Distributor(s) Steam Workshop
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows • OS X • Linux
Release date(s) Microsoft Windows, OS X & Linux
WW April 15, 2014
Genre(s) Government simulation
Distribution Download

Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic (Democracy 3) is Dale Gaming Interactive's first non-football based mod, instead featuring the political simulation of a fictional independent Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic. The game begins with the player having a £14 billion surplus but has to deal with extreme unemployment, low wealth and high crime problems. The mod was never announced for it creation was released on the Steam Workshop. While being the first non-football based mod by Dale Gaming Interactive it is considered a low quality and low importance mod giving its minimal input by Dale Gaming Interactive. It has been considered that addition nations could be created by Dale Gaming Interactive, but no official announcement or plan has been given as to whether or not such a larger, more complicated mode would be attempted.

The description given on the addons Steam Workshop page is, "This mod adds the Delsh-Westlandian Federal Republic, a British micronation now independent. However, despite a vast wealth producing a surplus in the DWFR many people have been effected by the loss of British services and crime has grown drastically while we implement our new laws, can you make use of our wealth to bring security and support to the citizens of the DWFR?"

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