Flick Soccer

Full Fat Games is back after having launched the popular Flick Golf. They've taken up a different sport this time around -- Soccer. Flick Soccer has been released for Android and is now available worldwide on the Android Market bringing one of the most feature rich soccer games to the platform.

Features:

  • Full Fat Flick Controls mean everyone can play

  • Shoot for insane scores in Quickshot mode, it's you vs the keeper
  • Take it to the limit in Endurance mode, set piece action with bonus items

  • Try out Challenge mode for the ultimate skill contest

  • Have you got the accuracy to hit the bar? Find out in Crossbar mode
  • Smash It! breaking glass panels against the clock

  • Unbelievably accurate flick controls for stunning top-corner shots

  • The most realistic goalkeeper on the Android Market
  • Interactive defenders will jump and react to shots
  • Gorgeous visuals and immersive sound

That's quite a bit of gaming action to choose from. If soccer is your gaming sport of choice Flick Soccer may be something to look into. It's reasonably priced and supported on device Android 2.1 and up. Download link is past the break for you all -- leave some comments if you grab it. I'm interested in knowing how well it plays versus that of Flick Golf which I loved.

 

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Flick Soccer for Android now available in the Android Market

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Every time one of these one of these toy like "hit games" comes over from iOS I say to myself the iFans are full of it. All this talk about "better gaming" and this is it? And now all the talk is Infinity Blade because games aren't to often iOS exclusives anymore. I probably won't even buy Shadowgun off the bat but I'm just happy its coming to shut them up about Android not getting games. It reminds me of all the crap PlayStation fans used to do about XBox but once the exclusives dried up we see what happened with those two.

I love android but if you think that ios isn't light years ahead of android in the gaming department then you either have not gamed on ios or your delusional. Android has been getting good games and apps in a quicker fashion then before but all it takes is a side by side comparison of the same game/app and you will see the difference right away. I'm hoping with the new advanced devices like the galaxy nexus and the new htc phone with the hd screens and superior hardware will start to level the playing field.

I have this game, but it's called Paper Toss. Had another one called Finger Bowling and yet another called Can Knockdown.

Same gameplay, different artwork.