New Awards to Soccer Player Manager 2016
We're really proud to have been elected as one of the best football game on Android, here all the awards won by The Soccer Player Manager:
The Soccer Player Manager 2016 Awards
If World Soccer Challenge isn’t quite retro enough for you, Soccer Player manager 2016 should be able to help. With graphics that look like they’ve been stolen from your beloved Commodore 64, this is a game that lets you play as one single player on the pitch, while also calling the shots off the pitch as well. Instead of being wrapped up in the money and the signings however, this is a game that’s all about the beautiful game itself and The Soccer Player Manager 2016 is one hell of a mobile title to consider if you miss proper footie games.
Soccer Player Manager would appear like a repeat to the exemplary 16-bit Player Manager amusement — which was the primary football computer game to permit gamers to carry out their specialty as both the supervisor and player — from the mid 90s as its interface beyond any doubt conveys that wistfulness.
The amusement doesn’t utilize this present reality names of players thus gamers should find out about the in-diversion players, which definitely is its very own test.
Many individuals dislike the list as it abandons you ignorant of the best and most noticeably awful players in the diversion however a few may appreciate an indistinguishable thing from not knowing the players leaves space for investigation in the amusement and in addition better utilization of preparing and scouting of players — giving an alternate and all the more including gaming background.
dWhen I saw this particular title in the Google Play Store, I could barely believe my eyes. This is a near-perfect clone of the classic Amiga 16-bit title Player Manager, with the match engine based on Kick Off 2 for good measure. If you’re interested, Kick Off 2 is available for Windows Mac, Android and iOS under the name of AfterTouch Soccer
For years, this was the top football management sim on all platforms (from around 1990 to 1993). Along with a precise tactics manager, the game also boasts 100 percent original player names.
This could be a problem for some, but it means that you come to the game without knowing who are the best and worst players. This fosters more research and discovery — as well as training and scouting — and is therefore (arguably) a more satisfying experience.
A full reboot from the football arcade and managerial game: Player Manager released on the Commodore Amiga and Atari ST in 1990.
You’re playing as an International class football player that takes charge of a third division club as Player Manager. His brief is simple – Bring Back The Glory Days. His success depends on his playing skills on the pitch and managerial skills in devising winning tactics, acquiring the right players from the transfer market and building a team worthy of the highest honours.
The mix between management and arcade is the best to have appeared in any soccer game, making it enthralling and addictive. There is a whole slew of extra options and choices that, added together, make this an unique managerial game. If you did own Kick Off, Kick Off 2 or Player Manager then this is a must have game. If you didn`t own Kick Off or Player Manager then you`re missing the most revolutionary soccer management game ever created. This is the most fast paced soccer game ever developed and with the most accurate ball control and physics.
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