Soccer is a one of the popular team game. Now we can play soccer on your Android Smartphone. There are lots of free and paid games. You can choose one of the best game. Unfortunately some of the games that I mentioned in this post can’t play each and every device.
Apart from that, with the Euro 2012 tournament now up and running and soccer becoming more and more popular around the world. Now seems like the perfect time to have a look at some of the very best soccer games that can be purchased for our beloved Android handsets.
Whilst many of you might expect the console-dominating FIFA series to dominate, this is by no means a one-horse race. Whether you’ve got money to burn or can only choose the one, we’d recommend you take a look at one of these.
This post I added top 4 soccer games for your Android phone. You can choose one of the game by comparing its features and user experience.
Whilst there’s certainly a lot to be said for a full-on match situation, there’s something to be said for the sheer bloody-minded addictiveness that can occur from a good old fashioned free kick game. Football kicks is exactly that, offering a great way to kill ten minutes when you’re waiting for that late bus. With three game modes including the surprisingly intense ‘sudden death’ mode, it’s extremely easy to get sucked into FK’s incredibly addictive (yet simple) world.
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In the world of consoles, FIFA is the undoubted king of soccer games. It’s the daddy. It’s the Don Corleone of the soccer world. The Mufasa of the soccer world (before that whole stampede business, anyway). Does the handheld android version translate the brilliance of it’s big brother, though? If truth be told, probably not. However, it still offers a solid – and it has to be said, beautiful – experience. If you’re after something simple that still maintains a feeling of authenticity, then FIFA is well worth a bit of change. If you can only pick one on this list, though, the best is yet to come.
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Whilst there’s a lot to be said for some really intense, serious handheld soccer, sometimes it’s nice to play something a little silly. Soccer Superstars is a great choice for those of you seeking something a little more low-brow. Taking the movement of the players out of your hands, you essentially get to concentrate on the passing and the shooting. Whilst that might sound a little dull to the hardcore soccer faithful, it’s actually a lot of fun. With some interesting RPG-like player-building features and the outstandingly fun ‘super shoot’ option, Soccer Superstars is shallow, daft and absolutely great fun.
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Real Football 2012.
Calling your game ‘Real Football’ takes serious guts, especially if you’re taking on both EA Sports and Konami in a market they’ve dominated for over a decade. In other words, RF2012 needs to be the absolute bomb if developer Gameloft isn’t to end up looking a bit silly. Lucky for them, then, RF2012 is an absolute beast. With 350 teams, 14 leagues (including all the main ones) and a massive wodge of real player names, RF has all the credibility down. Does the gameplay live up to it? Yes. Put simply, RF is by far the most fun and enjoyable soccer game available on Android today. If you want the most complete experience, it’s where your money should be going.
Get the app
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