- Current version
- Contant rating
- graphics quality selection
- Delayed resource download
- play with friends
- obtainable emoji
- manual emoji
- in-game text chat
fixed camera (perspective)
- run at startup
- full network access
- gacha / chests
Mini Football is a quality soccer title from a big publisher - polished, packed with action - and with typical monetization schemes.
The first thing you'll probably notice is the character design - heavily stylized, big-headed, cartoony players. It's an understandable move - that's the only chance to tell apart 22 characters running on a small mobile screen. Interestingly, those big-headed guys won't be just random figures - their looks & names strongly hint at real players, like legends "Bronaldo" or "Dios". During the match, they won't just run around & kick - after a yellow card, they'll react with anger/sadness, and after scoring a goal - you can expect a nice celebration.
While the characters' number is limited, the game offers much more customization than just choosing players. You can adjust each part of the wardrobe independently - from socks to shirts - as well as ball, logo, and even dance (not to mention team name and nationality). Overall, the game quality is expectable from the big publisher - colorful, animated menus, neat controls, and fine details - as judge running around realistically.
The matches in Mini Football seem surprisingly complete and convincing - just like real games, just quicker. Each team consists of 11 players, split into the attack, middle, defense, plus goalkeeper. You'll need to score more goals than the enemy team during 2 halves - shortened to just a few minutes. Yet, creators fitted there every essential aspect of the game - throw-ins, corner kicks, fouls, cards, penalties, etc. You'll be able to try every tactic that works in real life - dribble your chance with a single attacker, pass the ball to a better-placed mate, counter-attack, etc. You can outnumber or outrun the attacking enemy - or try a slide, risking a foul. Players will sometimes miss the ball, and sometimes they'll fall - an impressive amount of realism.
The primary game mode is just 1v1, with entry paid with gold and a gold reward for the winner. You can also join a tournament - a series of up to 3 matches with increasing prizes. Each time, you'll be matched against a random person with a name and avatar - although it's unlikely that each game is played in real-time.
The main reward for all your victories will be card packs - boxes containing player images. This'll allow not only using new stars but also upgrading existing ones - for better stats. Those packs can be opened by waiting, but this can be shortened by watching ads. Videos can also earn you other free rewards - although they're not obligatory. Alternatively, you can spend money to get one of the rare card packs, diamonds, or a premium pass.
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