- Four planets, each with several types of pitch
- 4 Highly customizable characters and teams
- 5 Sixty levels
- 6 Crazy abilities and tools
As a manager, you’ll take your team through a few training matches, before being unleashed on new planets. As you go, you’ll unlock new gadgets, improve your players’ performance, and unlock new kits and hats for them to wear.
Opponents often have the same tricks you do so it’s not as simple as knocking the ball in the back of the net. You’ll need to fulfill the conditions for each level – which might mean losing, or fighting your way back from defeat! Thankfully, the addictive action, cute characters and the best arsenal seen in a football game since, well, Arsenal make every match too close to call.
Once you’ve finished FootLOL’s tournament mode, you can play against the computer or go online for gripping multiplayer. With the player who’s best at cheating winning, FootLOL is a funny old game!
- Supported OS: [Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP]
- Processor: 3 GHz
- RAM: 1024 MB
- Hard Disk: 107 MB
- Video Card: DirectX: 9.0
List Price: $ 2.99
Price: $ 2.99
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