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Soccer is a sport that is in constant motion, and there are a lot of iOS soccer games that try to depict the 11 on 11 action on the entire field. Score Hero is a new iOS soccer game that focuses on the strategy of soccer by focusing the action on the ball. Rather than using virtual joysticks and buttons to dribble, pass, and shoot the ball, Score! Hero is all about contemplative touch controls. Score Hero download turns soccer into a puzzle game, so that the action freezes at key moments, and then you draw paths to direct the ball.
Score Hero requires more thought than quick action, so you will want to take into account each factor of every shot. Players only have a certain cone of vision, and you need to recognize the flow of the other players to try to put a ball into proper position. The most important thing is that you’re not swiping to kick, and instead want to draw the path right to where you want the ball to go, kind of like Flight Control. The path drawing lets you lead your players, as well as bend your kicks, so that you can get a feel for the strategy of soccer. There’s a great 3D graphics engine to depict the soccer action, and it’s especially great to see successful shots with included replays. The game is free to play with a heart meter that depletes with every mistake, and Hero Bux in-app currency that you can use to rewind a given level right before a mistake. You can burn through bucks and energy quickly, and it can be frustrating to not be able to play more without spending on consumable currency.
Score! Hero (Free, Universal) is an all new way to play soccer that kicks the strategy elements of the sport into high gear making it well worth picking up.
See more: http://scorehero.net/
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About First Touch Games Ltd.
First Touch Games Ltd is an award-winning independent studio, developing sports games across digital download platforms. With over 70 million downloads of our games to date, and multiple number one spots throughout app store charts, we are 110% focused on delivering games of the highest quality. Our most critically and commercially successful games include Score Hero, Dream League Soccer & First Touch Soccer.
Score Hero game, from the award winning makers of Score Hero android World Goals, Dream League Soccer & First Touch Soccer.
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Immersive free flowing 3D Score! Gameplay lets you control the action. Split defences with precise through balls, or bend shots into the top corner, putting you in control for an unrivalled mobile soccer experience. Don't miss the Score Hero gameplay!
See more: http://scorehero.net/
Available on iOS
If you want to grow a beard in Score! Hero, it'll cost you $5. That's the modern reality of free-to-play video games: if you want to be bog standard, clean shaven and ordinary, you can play without parting with cash, but if you want to inject some personality into your play and unlock all the bells and whistles, you're going to open up your wallet, virtual or otherwise.
To be fair to the latest version of Score! Hero, that $5 can be (and readily is) earned through play and, indeed, from a purely structural level, the way the game's swipe-based gameplay has been married with an energy system and in-app purchases actually works rather well. This is a sports simulation broken down into bite-sized nuggets of play, where you can beat Bayern Munich in 30 seconds or, if fate deems it it to be the case, lose by three or four goals to the German giants just as quickly.
It's important to point out, in fact, that Score! Hero is played out almost entirely on rails. Every match of football you take part in, every single result, is already determined before the first whistle has even been blown, yet developer First Touch Games still manages to make you feel entirely invested in the action as you guide your player from reserve team obscurity up through the ranks to become a global superstar.
Doing so is just a matter of swiping. Like the original Score!, which charged you with recreating famous goals move by move, your sole input is to draw a line on the screen from the player in possession of the ball to where you'd like the ball to go. As soon as you're done swiping, the game kicks into action, replicating your input with how the ball might travel in a real match. Successfully make a pass and the game will switch to the new man in possession, and you'll then be charged with making your next move.
Unlike the original Score! release, there's a certain amount of fluidity in just how these little snippets of action progress. It's entirely possible – and often preferable for pure entertainment reasons – to pass the ball to any of the players within range rather than the most obvious one, and while Score! Hero has a script prepared for every eventuality, there's a certain amount of satisfaction that blooms from making a successful play in an unexpected way, shooting and scoring from way, way out or, conversely, piecing together and intricate passing move when taking a shot appears to be the most straightforward course of action.
Things can, of course, go wrong, and when you make a pass that doesn't come off, you're presented with two options; you can either use one of your aforementioned dollars (amassed automatically from successful stages or from watching video ads) to rewind the last pass or shot you made, or you can simply let the game take you back to the start of the match, which itself drains some energy from your meter.
In early stages, it matters not just which you opt for. Dollars build up quite easily and the opening matches and most of the moves you're charged with making are simple to pull off. The more difficult the game gets, however, with moves comprised of a whole host of different passes, the more likely you are to drain all your life just on one match. It's here that players have to decide whether to part with some real cash or not, but for those who don't, waiting 15 minutes or so for the energy to start to build back up again is no great challenge.
Perhaps more confusing for many players, however, is that the scripted nature of all of the games in Score Hero means that there are many matches you simply won't win. Tracking your career from one club to the next, Score! Hero manages to convey the highs and lows of your average football club (and your player's role within it) with just a few headlines before each match and some intentionally succinct commentary as the players stride onto the pitch, all enabling it to paint a surprisingly detailed picture.
Piece all these elements together and you have a football game that, arguably more so than your FIFAs and your Pro Evos, gives a glimpse into the world of your average up and coming footballer, delivering a simple control method wrapped up in matches perfectly packaged for the mobile generation. Just get saving up those dollars if you want to grow a beard for your starring role on the pitch.
Though play is kept to a series of simple swipes, Score Hero download manages to convey the peaks and troughs of a footballer's entire career, from unglamorous beginnings to the very heights of the sport all via short and sharp matches made up of just a few moves within each game. Broken down into small slices of action, Score Hero arguably offers a more authentic take on football than FIFA or Pro Evo.
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