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SoccerDie Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Jennifer Allen on April 29th, 2015
Our rating: starstarstarblankstarblankstar :: OFF-TARGET
SoccerDie mixes table football with shoot-em-up action, but it doesn't entirely work.
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A Hundred Bucks Will Get You This Slick Foosball Table For Your iPad

Posted by Rob LeFebvre on January 17th, 2013
iPad App - Designed for iPad

Swoon--we're foosball table aficionados from way back. I even had a full sized table in my garage for breaks during band practice (don't ask). So, suffice it to say that I'm totally excited about this foosball table accessory for the iPad, even though it really only does one thing: turns your iPad into the awesomest mini foosball table ever.

Now you can work your pull, snake, bank and bread and butter shots, fake out your opponent and deliver the ball into the goal with a resounding "thunk", all on a table top foosball dock for your iPad. Just like real tournament tables, Classic Match Foosball brings the complete foosball experience to your iPad!

Complete with eight functional 2-axis control bars and real scoring markers at each end, this app enabled accessory immerses you in game play as good as a tournament grade table, allowing the most expert player to show off their well-oiled skills.

Foosball HD Review

By Kevin Stout on April 23rd, 2012
Foosball HD is a foosball game with multi-touch controls for the iPad (iPhone version available).
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Stinger Foosball League Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
By Bobby Gooding on October 3rd, 2011
Our rating: starstarstarstarblankstar :: SURPRISINGLY FUN
While it seems like a tough one to pull off on the iPhone, this one's actually done a fairly good job of recreating foosball on a touch-screen device.
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Foosball Hero Review

iPad App - Designed for iPad
By Chris Nitz on September 23rd, 2010
Our rating: starstarstarstarhalfstar ::
You're a Foosball Hero, you've got stars in your eyes!
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Friday Five: June 18th, 2010

Posted by Bonnie Eisenman on June 18th, 2010

It's Friday! Hurray! Of course, for me it's summer vacation and Fridays aren't quite as exciting. But, we've still got our traditional sampling of delightful new releases from the past week, so that's something. Big names like ngmoco and Illusion Labs make an appearance this week, as well as a few more mainstream companies like ESPN. Enjoy!

Godfinger from ngmoco allows you to build up a little world of cartoony followers and exert your godly powers on them. In Godfinger, you can be a kind, caring deity—performing Wonders and helping your civilization prosper—or a wicked demagogue, leaving a path of destruction in your wake. You can control sun, rain, lightning, floods, and fire. As you play Godfinger, your actions shape the terrain and your populace's opinion. It's almost ngmoco's answer to Pocket God. Go on, give it a try and test out your godly abilities...Godfinger, like many of ngmoco's newer games, is free.

Geometry Wars: Touch
Geometry Wars was already a classic Xbox game, but it made its iPad debut back in March. Now, it's a universal app, meaning that iPhone and iPod owners can get in on the action! Geometry Wars is a simplistic arcade shooter with basic, geometric graphics and a strong retro theme. It also was one of the first major games to make good use of the dual-stick shooter system that's so popular on the App Store today. The iPhone/iPad version also includes a brand-new mode, Titan, in which you gradually break giant foes apart into swarms of smaller pieces.

ESPN Pinball
In honor of the World Cup, ESPN has a released a pinball app with some football-themed tables (ahem, soccer for us Americans). There's also a Basketball table. The new pinball app is full of flashy graphics and boasts pass-and-play multiplayer, global and local leaderboards, and voice-overs from ESPN Sports Center host Jay Harris. It's a marriage of a TV network, sports, and pinball...if that sounds a little strange, well, it is, but the game looks like some solid pinball fun nevertheless.

Onion News Network
Where would we be without the Onion? In case you haven't heard of this magnificent publication, the Onion is a completely satirical news network with both an online and a print publication. (Yes, that's right: you can get a real Onion newspaper.) Their stories are funny, witty, snide, and clever; you'd be crazy not to enjoy browsing them. The Onion's new app gives you mobile access to the entire Onion archives, including both textual stories and videos. There's not much more to say: it's a typical newspaper app. The only difference is that the Onion is anything but a serious, esteemed publication. It's here to make you grin, and, perhaps, think.

Foosball HD
Illusion Labs has long expressed an interest in touchscreen gaming on larger screens (think back to their tabletop demo of Touchgrind) and now they've released an impressive iPad-only title: Foosbal HD. Foosball HD takes full advantage of the iPad's large screen, transforming it into a top-down view of a foosball table designed perfectly for "local multiplayer": both you and your friend just play foosball! You can also play against the computer, of course, but multiplayer is the real draw. Foosball seems like a natural fit for the iPad, and it's great to see Illusion Labs putting the iPad to good use. Sorry, iPhone users; this one isn't for us.

Foosball HD from Illusion Labs Released

Posted by Jeff Scott on June 14th, 2010
iPad App - Designed for iPad

The latest game from Illusion Labs, the app masters behind Best App Ever winner Labyrinth 2 and nominees TouchGrind and Sway have released a tabletop Foosball game for the iPad. Just in time to relive the USA vs. England World Cup match the way it should have ended.

I got a chance to play a the game during WWDC while the guys were here in SF. It's a fun and very natural feeling game for the iPad. Simplified a little for the screen, each player has fewer bars and players to control. The ball movement is particularly well done as is the lighting on the players. Don't get me wrong, there's still plenty of complexity possible in the shots.

The game works either as a single or multiplayer game, but as with most games, it's much more fun with 2 or more. You could play 2-on-2 as well -- though if you have big fingers, the screen might get a little cramped. If you have an iPad, this is a great example app to show people, and it's pretty fun too. Foosball HD is available now, in the App Store, for $0.99.