Real Football 2014

Real Football 2014

There’s a new soccer game on the horizon and it lets you score countless goals again – meet Real Football 2014.

This is a free game for Android that currently resides on Google Play and can be found relatively easy. It is not large in size and can be downloaded and installed in no time on your Android-powered device. Run it and you will see that Real Football 2014 is just another soccer game. There are two modes to choose from – Quick Play and Tournament. You can choose the country that you will represent and then you can play a quick game against an opponent that you can also choose. The gameplay is average – you can control your player with two buttons on the display and then move him around the game. Unfortunately we did not get how to actually play with our team – the opposite team had the ball and we could not tackle any opponent. Quite naturally we lost the game.

As to graphics and sound they are also average but we have to admit that the app makes use of 3D technology, which is a nice thing.

Real Football 2014 is a free app and if you love playing such games you can find it right here.

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