Earlier this month Sports Interactive delighted mobile gamers by giving Football Manager fans what they want – the classic game mode from PC on tablet, a truly outstanding technically accomplishment!
There are very few full PC games available on tablet but early reviews coming from games industry press (sources below) indicate Sports Interactive have successfully ported their highly complex PC title. In an interview with Eurogamer Miles Jacobson from Sports Interactive revealed the game is essentially “the Classic game mode from PC on tablet, there are very few differences between the two”. Gamers can enjoy the 3D match engine, plus full a FM database of players, but in a less time-consuming way. Highlights include the ability to take control of any real-world club (from a selection of 117 leagues from 51 nations), an open world experience including real-world players and staff plus an attractive intuitive interface and tons of tactical scope.
Demonstrating their hunger and commitment to thrill their fans by promptly taking advantage of advancing technology Jacobson stated "I'm just delighted there are finally tablet devices that are capable of it”
London Studio Hiring – your chance to join this inspirational development team
Do you want to join the team behind Football Manager? Sports Interactive are offering 12 opportunities to join their studio in the Old Street area of London.
If you’re interested in becoming part of the team and would like to find out about jobs at Sports Interactive, please check out the full vacancy listings here http://waa.ai/vzT1 on GamesJobsDirect.com.
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