Play with Your Friends in Air Soccer Fever for Windows 8
When talking about Windows 8 portable devices we must think of various games that can be played between different communities and between groups of friends. Well, in that matter, you should try the Air Soccer Fever Windows 8 game, which will shortly be reviewed below.
Similar with Air Hockey, another addictive games which we have recently reviewed, Air Soccer Fever is a great Windows 8 game that can be anytime played alongside your friends. The game features online multiplayer mode and you can choose between various gameplay modes such as 1-Player, 2-Player and Tournament. The graphics are not spectacular, but you will find an addictive game while you will try to outbest your friends or the players from Air Soccer Fever community.
Air Soccer Fever: competing with your friends within a worldwide community
The game is featuring eight soccer fields and several soccer balls, four skin levels, two math modes and of course the already mentioned multiplayer support. In a few words, with Air Soccer Fever you can register with ease to the existing community, where you can play in a worldwide campaign, or you can set a local multiplayer session where you can test your abilities alongside your friends or coworkers.
As you will see, playing Air Soccer Fever is fun and addictive, the game being available for Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and also for Windows RT. You can test this interesting app on your tablet, laptop or desktop, though the best will be to try it on a touch based handset – the user experience is better that way and also it is lot more fun.
You can anytime try Air Soccer Fever as the app is free distributed on Windows Store – the download link is being provided below. So, that’s all about soccer for today; in case you know similar apps from Windows Store, don’t hesitate and point it out (by using the comments field from below) and we will review your favorite games.
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