App description: "I think it's a great game, very addictive" (5/5 stars)
"It's a great old-style footie game, fast as hell. It also supports iCade!" (5/5 stars)
"Funny game, more I play, more I enjoy. Thank you, great game!" (5/5 stars)
"A very very good game, in between Kick Off and Sensible Soccer. Easy and very smooth control, fast and beautiful! Love it!!" (5/5 stars)
"You will love this game" (5/5 stars)
"This is simply by far the best football game on the iPad, it requires a high level of skill to control the player with & without the ball which makes it a challenge to play the game" (5/5 stars)
"The game engine is fantastic" (5/5 stars)
"Fantástico most adictive game since SWOS" (5/5 stars)
"If you love Kick Off 2 this is a dream came true" (5/5 stars)
"I've never seen such gameplay!" (5/5 stars)


Following the great worldwide success of "Throw In", the king of the Arcade Soccer is back!!!
Active Soccer: be ready for the revolution!

- Classic gameplay
- 360 degrees movements
- Total control of the game
- Exciting online multiplayer match
- Choose your preferred player and climb up the international ranking
- Compete in the world cup and try to prevail
- Draw the most effective tactic on the pitch and win
- Practice with free kicks and penalties
- 3D game engine
- Display retina support, iPhone5 4-inch display support.
- Soundtrack created by Chris Huelsbeck (Turrican, Jim Power, The Great Giana Sisters, X-Out and many other titles)
- Amazing fun!

Zemar's comments:


12-15-2012, 03:21 AM
#21
You can choose easy controls on online mode but your player will run slower in order to balance the advantage.
We have planned all these features you have written above but unfortunately we had to exclude them from the game due time constraint. But if the game sells well we will do it, no problem at all.
We will also include Scotland in the next releases.

About Asian teams: you can play with Japan and South Korea.

Active Soccer 2 the most exciting football game for iPhone & iPad!
Power Disc a cool futuristic sport game
www.twitter.com/TheFoxSoft

Last edited by TheFoxSoft; 12-15-2012 at 03:39 AM.
12-15-2012, 03:43 AM
#22
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheFoxSoft View Post
You can choose easy controls on online mode but your player will run slower in order to balance the advantage.
We have planned all these features you have written above but unfortunately we had to exclude them from the game due time constraint. But if the game sells well we will do it, no problem at all.
We will also include Scotland in the next releases.

About Asian teams: you can play with Japan and South Korea.
Thanks for the answers. That sounds great.

12-15-2012, 04:00 AM
#23
Honestly from watching the trailer ...





... Looks awesome!!!
12-15-2012, 05:11 AM
#24
Joined: Jul 2011
Location: Taiwan & Japan
Posts: 1,259
Can play with Japan!? Cool, then I'll buy it straight away and will write a review soon after playing it!
12-15-2012, 05:31 AM
#25
If anyone has been able to actually play a online multiplayer match, I would like to know.
12-15-2012, 06:28 AM
#26
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheFoxSoft View Post
You can choose easy controls on online mode but your player will run slower in order to balance the advantage.
We have planned all these features you have written above but unfortunately we had to exclude them from the game due time constraint. But if the game sells well we will do it, no problem at all.
We will also include Scotland in the next releases.

About Asian teams: you can play with Japan and South Korea.
Good news on Scotland. Top man. Our only chance is in the virtual world now.
12-15-2012, 11:36 AM
#27
So, I'm tempted...

I do like my classic arcade games, and sensible soccer is a must. One thing I usually - sadly - find with this kind of games in the iPad is that it's sometimes too easy - or too random - to score goals. Like, either there's a handful of ways to score that always work, or the keepers are just superhuman. Few games strike the necessary balance.

A such, my question is: is it too easy? Too difficult? How are the keepers? And how is the shooting - do you control direction, power and swerve like in sensible soccer?

Also, how does this play on an iPad in terms of controls?

Chees, thanks in advance for your time.
12-15-2012, 04:47 PM
#28
If you really like sensi then this is your game. We have spent all our life playing sensi and Kick off 2 and we tried to pick the best from them. In my opinion you will not be disappointed as sensi fan. Just notice the game will not work on ipad1 and iphone3gs

Active Soccer 2 the most exciting football game for iPhone & iPad!
Power Disc a cool futuristic sport game
www.twitter.com/TheFoxSoft
12-15-2012, 11:49 PM
#29
Anyone know how this compares to Super Soccer Champs?
12-16-2012, 05:34 AM
#30
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheFoxSoft View Post
If you really like sensi then this is your game. We have spent all our life playing sensi and Kick off 2 and we tried to pick the best from them. In my opinion you will not be disappointed as sensi fan. Just notice the game will not work on ipad1 and iphone3gs
Thanks for the reply. I'm playing on a more recent iPad, so no worries there.

I'll keep an eye on it for now - any other comments or reviews from more people? I'm also curious about a comparison with super soccer champs, essentially because that one did feel a bit random, I guess.

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