Wannabe Football Managers that are equipped with newer Android and iOS tablets such as the Apple Air 1, 2, Mini 2 and 3 may enjoy playing the new Football Manager Classic game that launches today
The new Football Manager Classic game provides a player database of 150,000 and can choose a club to manage from 117 real leagues across 51 nations together with a 3D match engine and support for 16 languages.
But will not replace the Football Manager Handheld game. Watch the demo video below to see it in action. Miles Jacobson, from developer Sports Interactive explains :
“It is a full product, as in, it is a full PC product, so we’re going with a price of £14.99, which is obviously high for iOS but very cheap for PC and Mac,”-“We’ve been debating this one quite a lot and looking at quite a lot of different models, but for the amount of playtime that people are going to get it’s still fantastic value for money.”
“A whole new dimension of football management games has arrived on tablet with Football Manager Classic 2015. For the first time on tablet you’ll be working and then watch the action unfold on our acclaimed 3D match engine – making this the most authentic football management experience available on a handheld device.”
For more information on the new Football Manager Classic game jump over to the official website for details via the link below.Filed Under: Gaming News, Tablet News, Top News