Real Foosball


3.13 - 16 votes
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Real Foosball
Published December 7, 2009

Table soccer with the actual English premier league teams! A very simple game that can be fun to play though. Select your favourite premier league team to play. Select your layout, each has different characteristics for attack or defence.

Use the Left and Right arrow keys to move your players left and right. Where the ball hits the player determines the angle the ball will head. Hitting in the edges allows for more angled shots. Hold down Space for turbo speed and turbo kicks. But keep an eye on your turbo levels (the orange bar). The top 8 teams make it through the first round followed by the quarter finals, the semi's and the grand final itself. Who's the Foosball champ!?

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