SOCCER OF THE FUTURE!
Destroy the defender blocks and smash the ball into the goal to win, but watch out for the enemy defenders out to destroy you!
A built-in game editor offers unlimited level design possibilities, or play through the 90 game levels over several different play modes, including Arcade and Customisable Tournaments.
90 Levels of goal scoring, block breaking fun. With special level features including animated blocks, exploding blocks, shield blocks, invisible blocks and deadly 3D defender enemies
10 challenging end of zone Bosses to defeat
Level Editor to build your own levels. Up to 100 user created levels can be stored
Tournament mode allows you to create your own unique tournaments using game levels or your own levels
Loads of special Powerups & Super Powerups to help (or hinder) you on the way to the goal, including lasers, bombs, flaming power balls and multiple balls and bats
A wealth of special achievements and secrets to unlock, including secret level backgrounds and game block sets
Soccer Bashi by Icon Games may initially confuse players into thinking that it's either a foosball type competitive game or other type of sports title. However, the 'soccer of the future' moniker that the game so proudly boasts is nothing more than a window dressing. The game in...read full review
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