Play soccer with your Android phone without kicking the device
posted by Alan F. / Jul 19, 2010, 4:09 PM
EA is the only company that has the rights to make a soccer game using names and logos of real players and teams. You can select from different modes like exhibition, manager mode or put together your own tournament. As a player, you can train, be a Pro or play a penalty kick-shootout game. A combination of the accelerometer and A and B buttons along with specific screen touches helps you move your player on your touchscreen display and there is a learning curve involved so don't expect to be playing like Ronaldo, Pele or Beckham right away. FIFA 10 will cost you $7 and is available at the Android Market or you can scan the QR code at the source link.
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This looks really good for android, and I am glad big developers like EA are making games on other platforms. Can anyone clarify what "Through ball" means... I could understand "Throw ball."
posted on Oct 20, 2010, 1:47 AM 0
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I've never owned an Android device, could you please explain me what you have to do to get android titles like this running on several devices? What I mean is... there are phones with different resolutions, processors, ram, etc. How does the game perform on each device? i.e. If I was to get a cheap android phone, could I run all this stuff on it? and how about resolution issues or so? Thanks!
posted on Jul 19, 2010, 4:46 PM 0
Posts: 4; Member since: Jul 20, 2010
No, they will not work with every phone because of what NOVAinc said - every phone has different specs. That's why you get an Iphone. Android is too all over the place and messy - although some other features are better, but not for apps.
posted on Jul 20, 2010, 11:33 AM 0
Posts: 160; Member since: Jan 16, 2010
Not seeing it for my Evo, kind of wack considering the specs on my phone should be just fine to support this game.
posted on Jul 20, 2010, 4:26 PM 0
In this free soccer coaching manual, you will see a number of practice plans and free soccer drills that help to teach kids how to play soccer, such as, Ball control,Passing & receiving,Kicking,Defending,Attacking etc.
posted on Dec 28, 2010, 12:01 AM 0
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