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Football Manager Mobile 2016: Best Football Manager Offline Game for iOS and Android



Football Manager Mobile 2016: Best Football Manager Offline Game for iOS and Android

The game that I'm about to talk, is without a doubt, one of the most successful football management simulation game in the whole world, and it all started way back in 1992. In 1992, this football simulation game started with the name, Championship Manager created by two brothers under the name of Sports Interactive and published by Eidos.

In 2003, Sports Interactive split with Eidos, retained the game's match engine, database, and changed its name into Football Manager. Slowly but sure, Football Manager sets their feet deeply and claim back their right to become the most popular football management simulation game.

Football Manager set their feet on handheld device back on 2006, when they released Football Manager Handheld (FMH) on PSP. Of course they designed the game separately due to the different playing experience in handheld console. 

However as if Sports Interactive wants to expand more with this business line, FMH was entering mobile products, started with iOS back in 2010, continued with Android in April 2012.

Finally in 2016, FMH was being renamed and released to both iOS and Android devices with the name Football Manager Mobile 2016.

Templar Battleforce for iOS and Android Review (with Beginner Guide)



Templar Battleforce for iOS and Android Review (with Beginner Guide)

Sometimes, there are those games that's just, let's call it not pleasantly beautiful in their graphics display. Even the trailer couldn't give you that charm of first love experience. Nevertheless, despite being short in attractiveness, once you're laying hand on these games, you won't be able to turn back. This kind of games, are the reasons why I love doing this thing, to find hidden gems, games that are often underestimated by others, but actually, have a fantastic game-play.

This kind of situation kind a reminiscent of the latest product from Trese Brothers. Despite being weak at some areas, this little gem will really blow your mind with heap of contents, stories and conspiracies, aliens, space marines, and of course, brilliant game-play. This is Templar Battleforce.

List of Transistor Combinations for iOS (Tips and Guide)



List of Transistor Combinations for iOS (Tips and Guide)

Everyone that've played Bastion in iOS will all agree that Bastion is, one of the best isometric game that you'll find in this community. From its gameplay, graphics, sound, even the story are all top notch.

That's why, when Supergiant Games announced their second game in 2013, and then released it on 2014, the expectation were raised really high. After 600,000+ copies sold until 2015, Supergiant Games finally released their second game into iOS. The game brings the same isometric point of view and using Role-playing Action/Adventure as its genre. It's entitled as Transistor.

Transistor tells a story about Red, a 'once' famous singer in a city called Cloudbank. During the game, Red will be trying to recover her voice that was lost mysteriously, as well as trying to defeat some robotic forces called the Process.

During her adventure, Red will be accompanied by a glowing greatsword called as Transistor, the only voice that you'll be hearing throughout most of the game. As it turns out, the voice that's coming from the Transistor, is a self-consciousness of a man that was killed by the sword. The sword also has a unique ability. It can absorb the soul of someone who have died and make their ability as its power, or as Supergiant Games call it, the function().

Through the game, the story will reveal more about Red's relationship with the Transistor. There will also be some explanation behind the appearance of Process, who are the culprits behind these aggresive robots.

Play Mushroom Hunter Game inside Dungeon with Sproggiwood



Play Mushroom Hunter Game inside Dungeon with Sproggiwood

There aren't many successful ported games over from PC into mobile. However, when they hit the deal, the game will become a really satisfying game in our hands. The same goes from Freehold Games latest ported game called Sproggiwood.

Sproggiwood once was only available on Steam and has received a very warm welcomefrom PC community. When it's finally arrived on our mobile devices, the first valid question you should ask is, will it be as good as the PC version?

Sproggiwood itself is a combination of cuteness and brutal level design. Despite the colorful, bright character design, once you've played with the game, you can't just make some random decision. You won't be going anywhere if you don't think before your action.

Talking about the genre, Sproggiwood also uses another combination again. This time, its a combination between top-down RPG, rogue-like, dungeon crawler, and the last, monsters collection.