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App description: Touch Soccer 3D is a first person gesture controlled 5-a-side football game. Played on a walled pitch, its the most satisfying way to score on your iPhone.

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For videos of the game, visit the site:
www.touchsoccer3d.com

GAME INFO:
Touch Soccer 3D is a first person gesture controlled 5-a-side football game. Played on a walled pitch, its the most satisfying way to score on your iPhone.

The control system is unique, and after a couple of games you will be using swipes and flicks to run, pass shoot and tackle, as the game gets as fast and frenetic as the real thing.

The game is fully 3D, you can swerve and dip the ball, pass /shoot in any direction. And once you get the hang of it you will be curling last minute winners into the top corner in no time.

Note: for maximum performance please your device to the latest operating system

GAME MODES:

* Bluetooth 2 player (on supported systems).
* Single Match.
* World Cup: Group stages, then knockout.
* League: 10 teams playing twice.
* Challenge: 16 unique challenges, such as free kicks, penalties, volleys and other skills.
* Practice mode.


FEATURES:

* 3D physics and visuals
* Gesture based controls: flick to kick, swipe or tilt to run.
* flick and move in 360 degrees
* volleys, headers, backheals, trapping and flick ups
* swerve and dip
* penalties and freekicks
* Landscape or portrait mode
* 32 international teams.
* Saving for each mode, so you can have a world cup, league and more all in progress at the same time.
* settings: invert swipe/run direction, auto player select on/off, match length, sound on/off, difficulty pro/semi-pro/amateur
* automatic goalkeepers
* auto player selection for good passes

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REVIEWS:

"Touch Soccer 3D is one of the most innovative, unique to the platform, games that I've seen or played since Touchgrind."
rich_952000, toucharcade.com

"The fourth game, was AWESOME... Once you get the control system, the whole thing gets very natural and it's almost like you're playing in a real field. The experience it's a bit like Touchgrind, but extremely competitive. Scoring a goal feels great." squarezero, toucharcade.com

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HELP:

* Try the settings page to configure the game.
* Bluetooth 2 player mode requires OS 3.0 or later and is not available on first generation iPods and iPhones.
12-09-2009, 10:15 PM
#2
Hell yes. Congrats Sauce Digital! This looks to be a beautiful and innovative soccer/futbol game.

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12-09-2009, 10:24 PM
#3
Joined: May 2009
Location: The Golden State
Posts: 5,809
FINALLY!! I've been waiting for this game! Congratulations, Sauce Digital!

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12-09-2009, 10:37 PM
#4
Joined: Nov 2009
Posts: 5,146
So how is this? Looks like fun, but how much control do you actually have? How's the depth?
12-09-2009, 10:40 PM
#5
Joined: May 2009
Posts: 4,461
Would've jumped on this a week ago, but GOALS! Pro has taken care of all my soccer needs for now
12-09-2009, 10:51 PM
#6
I wonder where Morgan is? I'll bet from all the hard work and exhaustion of devving then promoting finally sleeping missing the App Store debut

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12-09-2009, 11:02 PM
#7
Joined: Sep 2009
Location: Colorado
Posts: 5,244
I was following this game as well and picked it up. It is different than what I thought it would be. I find it hard to figure out what is going on and even harder to make any progress with the ball.

I like the look of the game but not how it plays.
12-09-2009, 11:07 PM
#8
Just got it

Played my first game and liked it
12-09-2009, 11:22 PM
#9
Joined: Dec 2009
Posts: 6
It is enjoyable but i do agree with BazookaTime...the control of who your player is makes it a bit tough....

Once you have control of that player it plays excellent so the core gameplay is solid. The switch player button is easily accessible but it still leaves much to be desired in switching to the player you would like. I also find myself sometimes hitting the switch player button right as the auto switch occurs, but that is apparently something i can tweak in the options, although i havent checked it out yet. Combined with the fast play it comes across a bit chaotic.

Overall fun, and goals can be satisfying. Control and gameplay is very much there once you have control over the desired player. And the gameplay is enough to keep you playing. Just have to see how i adjust to the controls and player switching over the next few days.
12-09-2009, 11:33 PM
#10
Game Impressions

Quote:
Originally Posted by BazookaTime View Post
I was following this game as well and picked it up. It is different than what I thought it would be. I find it hard to figure out what is going on and even harder to make any progress with the ball.

I like the look of the game but not how it plays.
That pretty much describes my experience during my first game. On my second game, I was getting oriented, but still got my ass kicked. Third game went 0-0 overtime, couldn't quite figure out the penalty kick system till it was too late, got whipped.

The fourth game, was awesome -- and not just because I won. Once you get the control system, the whole thing gets very natural and it's almost like you're playing in a real field. The experience it's a bit like Touchgrind, but extremely competitive. Scoring a goal feels great.

So far I've only played single games, but there's a world cup, league play, challenges, and even a practice mode. Can't tell if the gameplay is going to get old or not, but I feel I've already gotten my .99 out of the game.