ASM Downtime – 5 Foosball game apps for Android
In the sea of fun and incredible applications, it is hard to find that one game which will suit your needs perfectly. Due to that I took the time and reviewed every foosball application on the market for Android and I have chosen 5 best foosball game apps every fooser should try. Here we have tournament applications, challenges application or good old 1 on 1 battle applications. No matter what your wishes are, you will find what you are looking for on this list.
1. Foosball Cup – Ludus Sport
Foosball Cup is a great Android application which will suit most foosball players. I find it very good and interesting because you can tailor the match by your desires. I know it may sound incredible, but that is the way it is. When you enter the game, you can choose the team to play with, the foosball table size and the player formation. If you aren’t sure how good can you play, you can choose the easiest difficulty level. Also, the most important thing, you can choose the game mode: Tournament or Quick Match.
2. Foosball Cup World – Ludus Sport
The same people who made Foosball Cup made this application too and I must say, they set the bar high. This application looks amazing and it has even more features than the Foosball Cup. The only reason why I have put it on the 2nd place is the fact that you have to win matches and achieve challenges to unlock most of the features. But, when you unlock everything you can choose the team, the table, the formation, players and even balls. Pretty amazing right?
3. Foosball 2013 – White Collar Games
Don’t worry, the game doesn’t look like 2013, they made few updates since then. Now, this game has a more relaxed vibe, it is not as amazing as the first two apps. That doesn’t mean the app isn’t good. On the contrary, it offers an impressive amount of options. You can choose the game mode, the difficulty, the player formation, the duration of the game and even how many goals you need to score to win the match. The only downside is the design and the graphics which are below average.
4. Foosball – Navu
Navu made this application and it is a cool app. The app seems nice, but I just can’t get over the red and blue combination all over the game. It just gives the game childish design. Also, the game lacks options. You can choose the game mode and you can choose to play against the CPU or 2nd player. Everything else is already determined. So, no table size, player formation, nothing.
5. Foosball World Cup – MonteroBros
The lowest foosball app is the Foosball World Cup. It has some features you can choose but not much. For example, you can choose the difficulty, the game option and the team (out of 12 national teams) but that is it. When you start the game, be prepared for poor graphics and extremely fast ball. I just don’t see myself enjoying foosball with this application.