"a soccer game for the pure of digital-heart"
In a time of hyper-realistic 3d soccer matches, here we are with a 2d, arcade, sweet taste of the past, able to join the obvious desire for a game able to offer a very good challenge, with the from-the-top view typical of the very first softwares of this kind. easySoccer will let you experience an easy to play / hard to master kind of entertainment, with three different game controls (virtual pad, accelerometer and - available on iPad only - touch'n'go), three difficulty levels (easy, normal, hard) and two game modes (arcade, and semi-arcade), for full feature matches that will keep you tied to your device, no matters what! And be aware that "easy" doesn't mean that victory is always in reach. The proprietary arcade IA that moves your team members and the opponents will provide you with fun but paced actions, requiring your attention and gaming strenght, in order to win.
With its support for the latest release of OpenFeint you'll be able to get achievements and challange your friend with remote leaderboards, with the chance to do it even thru GameCenter if that suits you better.
- in LITE version you'll be able to choose between four different teams only, you can play just the second half of a match, there's no tournement or training support, and some of the options won't be operative. But your results with affect OpenFeint leaderboards/achievements, and you won't experience any specific, annoying, delay anywhere. It's a good, free way to check if easySoccer is your soccer game for your iPhone/iPad device, before buying the full version.
- easySoccer is an universalApp - able to run on your iPhone/iPod (no retina display, though) or on your iPad. The game on iPhone/iPod or on iPad is NOT the same. Thanks to the bigger screen you'll find an extra game control, and, anyway, on iPad you'll be able to play with a larger view of the field, enjoying a different game experience.
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