Flick Football

By |2011-07-10T23:28:45-05:00March 2, 2011|iPad Reviews|

I can honestly say, I’m addicted to this game. I got it about a week ago and I can’t stop playing it. Every free moment I get I pull out my phone and play. It was easy to learn but challenging enough to keep me coming back for more. There are multiple game modes that you can switch back and forth from but the real fun is in “The Big Game.”

Soccer Rally

By |2011-07-10T23:04:55-05:00August 12, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

It’s not that Soccer Rally is bad, just that it’s not very special. I mean, basically what it boils down to is a pong-type game clone with you controlling a goalie instead of a bar. Instead of a pong ball, you have a soccer ball. There are a few things I’ll discuss below that make it as bit more interesting than old school pong but all in all, and I won’t beat around the bush – you probably won’t like this game very much...

Soccer Superstars

By |2011-07-10T23:10:16-05:00June 8, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

Just in time for the World Cup, the developers at GAMEVIL Inc. bring us the latest explosive sports title in Soccer Superstars. Packed with an assortment of gaming modes, customizable characters, and nearly every country under the sun, there’s more than enough here to keep soccer fans busy. While it’s definitely not the next FIFA, this still has some potential to quench your soccer thirst...

FIFA World Cup 2010

By |2011-07-10T23:13:24-05:00April 30, 2010|iPhone Reviews|

The buzz around the soccer loving world’s premier event, the World Cup, has never been higher. In just over a month the first games will be played in the South African event. If you are ready to take part in the action beforehand, you are in luck. FIFA World Cup 2010’s release means you know have the ability to take your country of choice to the promise land. How does this game’s gameplay stack up against similar soccer titles on the iPhone and iPod Touch platform? Actually, quite well.

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