Pocket Soccer

Pocket Soccer is a game that is all about soccer but there is much more to it. Let’s just say that this is soccer that you will not see every day.

This free game for Android will take you to a place where you must play soccer that is a bit different. For example you can use ricochets off walls to score or other tricks, the playing field is much smaller and the game play is much, much faster. This is where the name of the game comes from – simply because everything is simplified and made easier. You can play against the computer or other people or you can check out the training mode and believe us – you will need to. Another peculiarity of the game, in a good sense though, is that you can play with the ball and then the opponent has the right to play and not you. Thus you will switch sides and opportunities very quickly and you will get in many fun situations with comic goals as well.

This is a great game with a lot of fun inside it and if you are into soccer but you want to try something different then take a look at Pocket Soccer and you will definitely appreciate the effort that you did.

Find Pocket Soccer on Google Play here.

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