Head Soccer – fun in one minute

Soccer is one of the most popular games in the world and you can easily see this fact in Google Play where soccer games are in abundance. Yet more and more people want to play simpler soccer games that take a short time and more importantly are easy to play. Head Soccer is one such game and we are sure that you will have fun with it.

In a few words this is a free Android game that you can find on Google Play. It is small-sized and easy to play. You will be thrown right into the game with no time wasting ads and menus. You can play a number of different modes, which is good, and then when you get into a game, you will have to play against a single opponent on a simplified playing field. Relay on jumps, kicks and your head in order to score. The simple game play leads to dynamic games that allow you to score many goals within the 1-minute time limit. But you have to be careful as the AI is strong and then there will be some funny ricochets so you may lose a game here and there.

You won’t regret playing this game for sure so find it here on Google Play.

Related posts

MSI announces mobile GT60 Workstation

MSI has announced a new mobile workstation that goes by the name of GT60 Workstation. The new MSI product comes with powerful Intel Core i7 processors, a 15.6-inch anti-glare display that works at 1920 x 1080 and covers 95 per cent of the NTSC gamut and a professional NVIDIA Quadro...

Vertu Ascent Ti Carbon

Vertu is going to release the Ascent Ti Carbon Fiber. The new cell phone will be made entirely from carbon fiber, which is used in motorsport and space industry, because of it's qualities the carbon fiber is very strong and very light material. Vertu is owned by Nokia and that is a proof for...

ViewSonic outs the ViewPad 10pro Dual OS tablet

Revealed back in February, ViewSonic now announced the launch its ViewPad 10pro dual OS tablet, which will hit the stores shelves at the end of the month. ViewPad 10pro comes with both Android 2.3 and Windows 7 OS and is powered by Intel's 1.5 GHz Atom Z670 processor, all backed by a 5,000...

Leave a comment