Champions League Penalty 2014

Champions League Penalty 2014

Champions League Penalty 2014 is another free soccer game for Android that you can find on Google Play. While it deals with soccer, it offers different gameplay compared to some other games so we decided to write a short review on it.

The game is all about the popular Champions League soccer tournament. It lets you choose a favorite team and then all the matches in your group are decided through penalties that both teams perform. The interesting thing is that everything in this game is random and to kick the ball all you need to do is just touch the display of your device. The ball then goes in a random direction and as it appears luck decides everything in this app. Therefore it is kind of hard to really support your team. After a game is finished the team that has won it gets three points and this is it; the losing team gets nothing as usual. Draws are also common – they carry one point. Finally you get a standing in the group and depending on your position you either advance to the next round of matches or not.

Champions League Penalty 2014 does not offer any 3D graphics or fancy music but when you think about it you don’t really need them. As a whole the game is good for a short soccer penalty session but it is not your traditional soccer game. We can’t say if the app is good or not; it is good with what it offers but given its peculiarities it may not be the game you want.

Champions League Penalty 2014 is here on Google Play.

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