Top 8 best football games / apps for android smartphones

Thursday, February 23, 2012

With android smartphone in your hand, you can now get up do date with latest football action across the globe, play with real looking players in real stadiums and share your footballing experience on your network. Here we have compiled 8 best games/apps related to football from Android market.

1. PES 2012
PES 2012 is the most connected edition of the best football game on smartphones! With two brand new games modes and full social networks integration: you will never play alone again.

The game size is less, just over 150 mb including data file but has great visuals and sound quality to provide you best football experience.

When you just have a few minutes to kill, in Quick Play you’ll be kicking in less than a minute, and in the brand new Free Kick Challenge you’ll be able to surpass your shooting skills with effects and touchscreen accuracy!

2. FIFA 2010
It is made for most smartphones.Lead your team to glory with the first EA Sports FIFA game for Android devices! Playable in 11 languages for the ultimate global showdown!No newer version released. Also occupies more space just over 1 GB. But graphics and sound quality comparable or even inferior to PES 2012. On positive side Fifa holds the right of the football league and teams that PES does not. There are 30 leagues, 570 teams, and 12,620 players from around the world. You can play up to 20 licensed tournaments and cup competitions, way more than in PES.
3. Soccer Superstars
Although  you  have real soccer play like PES and FIFA, between the RPG elements and the super-players, there's enough 'videogame stuff' to deliver fun escapism.Available for free trial version,it emphasis very much on the cartoony and extravagant, with explosions leaping from boots and cutaways of your players in the style of an anime battle sequence.

4. Real Football 2012
With just the press of a button, you can recreate any match-up from the in-game news feed and play!smoother and more realistic graphics for both players and stadiums. Over 700 motion-capture-based animations that adjust to players’ skills and positions on the field. You can also join the community of fans as you create and share content with the Custom Kit Editor. Although not real team names and players exist, graphics and player movements are great. Nice game, fun to play.

5.Kick it out! Football Manager
Kick it out! Football Manager is the Mobile Multiplayer Online Football/Soccer Manager game.It was specially designed for smartphones and it is not too complex, so that you can play it fast and easily. You can play tournaments or simply make friendlies against your friends, other human managed teams or K.I. teams.Play your friends or teams from around the world - free and ad-free! All new version 3.0 with huge improvements all over the place: New design, new training and much much more.

6. Soccer Manager
Become the Utlimate Team Manager by managing your Soccer Dream team
Soccer is the most entertaining massively multiplayer online game ever! Pick your favorite players of top clubs around the world and setup a squad to win matches! Perform club activities, buy items, invest in properties and lead your squad to international glory.

7.Sky Sports Live Football Score Centre
You can now listen to Jeff Stelling and the boys every Saturday with the new Sky Sports
News Radio service and even find your nearest Sky 3D venue by using our pub finder
and experience some of the best live sports in incredible 3D.

Also included is a live scores widget to keep you up to date on your favourite team's fixtures, results and live scores.

Could have been better if it didn't refresh and take you back to the top of the page everytime you scroll down or try to read on further

8. Soccer Scores - FotMob
It has all the leagues, the WC, and a score notifier which alerts you when a goal is scored in any of the leagues you've set it to track.You can also set your favourite competitions, teams, and have alerts for specific matches.Also it has no affiliation with BBC, Sky Sports or ESPN.

It is available for free version but has ads on it. In-app purchase removes ads and gives push alerts.


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