Preston, England-based studio, Soccer Manager Ltd., has begun open beta testing for their latest game; Soccer Manager Arena. SMA is an easy to pick up, hard to put down arena-style soccer game featuring intuitive controls and fast-paced gameplay. When first launching the game, players will receive an initial pack of cards and be sent into a tutorial to learn basic controls. The tutorial is quite short and does a decent job of getting the player up to speed and ready to participate in multiplayer matches. SMA is heavily focused on multiplayer gaming, each arena after the training arena will be player versus player.
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Score! Hero is another winner from First Touch Games, now available for download on Google Play
First Touch Games is known for their successful soccer games available for Android devices. Their games have good graphics, easy controls, and are generally quite fun to play. Score! Hero is their latest game. If you enjoy soccer/football, then you will enjoy playing Score! Hero.
Today Herocraft has released a new sports game onto Android called FootLOL: Crazy Football, which for us North American folks is Soccer. This is pretty much a no rules version of Football and just as the title states, it is pretty crazy. You will be able to pretty much use anything you have access to in order to win a match.
There has been some confusion as of late as to whether or not FIFA 2014 would be making an appearance on Android. Well EA has cleared that confusion up during Gamescom 2013 by announcing that the game will be a free-to-play title this time when it is released for mobile gamers to play.
EA has begun revealing details about the next installment into their FIFA series of games. Officially called FIFA 14, the game has had quite the overhaul apparently in terms of its development. For starters the controls have been reworked that are better suited for playing the game on touchscreen devices. Players will now be able to just touch the screen to select players, tap to pass and defend, swipe to shoot.
Fans of football, otherwise known as Soccer here in North America, and those of you who enjoyed Sega’s previous release of Football Manager Handheld 2012 now have a new installment into the series to grab. Football Manager Handheld 2013 has arrived onto the shores of Android and brings with it up-to-date player data and enhanced gameplay.
Rounding off the Gameloft news today, which there seems to be plenty of, Real Soccer 2013 has been released onto the Android population. This is Gameloft’s newest addition to the Real Soccer franchise, sporting a variety of improvements over its older brethren. The biggest improvement seems to be with the new management system that let’s you build up a club from the ground floor into a world champion.
Gameloft recently began teasing the next installment into the Real Football series with the next addition being Real Football 2013, otherwise known as Soccer in the US. While their first attempt at teasing the new game really didn’t show anything at all, we are now able to check out a developer diary video along with some new screenshots.
Just in case you haven’t had your fill of Gameloft news today, here is yet another piece for you although we will keep this one a bit on the short end of thing. Gameloft has released the first trailer for the upcoming addition to their Real Soccer series appropriately named Real Football 2013.
Gamevil has dropped a couple of big games onto the Google Play store over the past couple of days. Today’s release is the latest addition to their Soccer Superstars franchise appropriately named Soccer Superstars 2012. Ready to get some more soccer action going?