As we all know Football Manager used to be an exciting game called Championship Manager. But after Sports Interactive splits up with Eidos in 2003, Sports Interactive created their own football management simulation called Football Manager. Eidos, on the other hand, kept using Championship Manager as its name. Championship Manager wasn't as successful as it's used to be and Football Manager series become too much detail in every version launched each year.
This is what Kyan Games exactly saw from football management simulation game these days. It gave too much detail of what football management should have. For them, a simulation game should just give enough detail so that the game itself still simple and fun. The indie games outfit that based in Guildford, UK, then created a back-to-basic football manager game that's offline called Title Challenge.
Title Challenge is coming out as a game to beat the complicated Football Manager at its own game. Laurent Maguire, the designer of the game, decided to strip down unnecessary detail and put it back what we used to love in a football management simulation. Things like daily digest news, press conference, coach contract, friendly arrangement, are all gone. Title Challenge only has what's important from a football management simulation, squad, tactics, transfer, match engine, and the league itself.
In Title Challenge, we will choose one club. You won't be able to manage other club once you've decided your club. You can choose any team from England, Spain, French, Italy, and Germany. There's also database editor that can be edited inside the game. In this editor, you can add more countries, leagues, clubs with all the details, and also players that you want to play for that club.