Soccer Shootout

Soccer Shootout

Soccer Shootout is a game for all soccer fans but it can also appeal to other people.

The game is simple and resembles other apps of the same genre. You assume the role of a soccer player and you must perform penalties to score and defeat your opponents. Speaking of this the app connects you to other people from around the world so you will play against real people. So shoot and score and then you will be the goalkeeper. If you manage to save some shots you will win and then you will be congratulated. Playing this app is easy – just slide your finger on the display to mark the place where you want the ball to go. It is all the same for the goalkeeper too. Soccer Shootout comes with nice 3D visuals and great sound effects, which add even more value to the game.

Soccer Shootout is a nice game that has all the features you expect but the major downside is that it resembles many other soccer games. Still, Soccer Shootout is one fine app and if you choose this one, you will not make a mistake.

Soccer Shootout is here on Google Play.

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