Tiki Taka Soccer

Tiki Taka Soccer

Tiki Taka Soccer is an app that does not come with a fancy name and a great avatar but the app in fact offers more that you probably imagine. Here you will not only be playing games against other opponents – you will also be managing an entire soccer team as well.

The game will try to take you into the world of soccer if this is your favorite sport. You will have to choose the team name, the squad, the tactics and more and when you get to play games against other teams you will have to go through a short tutorial that will explain how to command your players and score goals. You also have the opportunity to buy and sell players, hire coaches and staff and much more. The ultimate goal is to become the world’s most successful soccer club, if you can.

All is good except for one thing – the graphics. They are too pixelized and look old, which is definitely not a plus for the game. This is best seen when playing games against other teams while the in-game menus are okay but we guess we will have to live with this.

Tiki Taka Soccer is a nice game if you can live with the mediocre graphics quality. The game will appeal to soccer fans for sure and will allow you to experience your favorite game while on the go. That being said you will also have to show some dedication because Tiki Taka Soccer puts you in command of an entire team so as you can see this is not a game where you can play a match and then forget about everything else.

Tiki Taka Soccer is here on Google Play.

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