Soccer Story Direct Download
It’s been a year since The Calamity™ tore apart the very foundations of soccer as we know it, and since then, Soccer Inc. has made dang well sure that not a soul has been allowed to even look at a soccer ball, let alone kick it. Soccer may have been banned across the world… but now there is hope! A magical soccer ball has chosen you, our Savior of Soccer! Soccer Story is a physics-driven adventure RPG, where every problem can be solved with your trusty magic ball. Along the way, you’ll need to best bad guys in 1v1s, compete in a range of different sports (with your soccer ball, of course), and sometimes use your brain just as much as your balls In a world that has long forgotten The Beautiful Game, can you remind them why soccer is top of the table, and best the most formidable teams, including the local toddlers and a group of sharks? Drop your soccer ball and play anywhere! The world is full of goals, puzzles and secrets – it’s up to you to find them! Play a single-player story full of quirky characters, quests, rogue refs and wacky soccer-adjacent sports Build your soccer career and do battle against the fiercest soccer teams like literal sharks, toddlers, old-age pensioners and ninjas Save soccer and restore peace and harmony to the world Grab a friend for a four-player local multiplayer match mode with a full roster of teams and animal captains.
Grab up to 3 friends, and convince them that soccer is the ultimate sport by challenging them to local multiplayer matches! With a whole host of teams and captains to choose from, find your personal playstyle and hold your own tournaments at home across the many pitches, from home matches at Soccertown to the vast Soccer Inc Stadium! Played a bit longer than many reviewers because I spent a lot of time searching for that last destroyable, that I eventually found in the desert area halfway up a staircase, to get 100% completion. While searching, I could not resist entering sandbox mode to remake and decorate some of my builds. Saying that, perhaps there could be a large, empty, sandbox area with unlimited bricks just to use your imagination as you would with a real world box of LEGO bricks. I liked the story. I liked the dialog, although I thought some of it would be a bit “over the head” of younger players .. but then .. that may provoke questions and learning. I liked the puzzles and the many build solutions.
Soccer Story Pre-Installed:
I built the lookout tower and the robot simulation worked however my character could not get round the top bend until I added an extra flat brick. Chroma effects did not work. I’m using Razer Synapse 2 and Synapse 3 is required. I did try it and they are quite fun but I have about 30 game profiles set up in Synapse 2 that cannot be imported into Synapse 3 so I’ll stick with Synapse 2 until I’m in the mood to redo them all in Synapse 3. The LEGO franchise has a very interesting history when it comes to gaming. The first ten years saw a series of mid-budget titles by various developers without any licensed properties attached, with only a few like LEGO Island and Racers standing the test of time. In 2005, TT Games released their first licensed LEGO game based on the Star Wars prequels, which was of course widely successful and led to many great childhood memories with my brother. Aside from a couple of notable releases since then, TT Games have essentially dominated LEGO in gaming for nearly two decades, with only recent entries like Builder’s Journey, Brawls, and now Bricktales attempting to lead the return of wholly original takes of this IP in gaming. Thankfully, Bricktales succeeds with mostly flying colours in spite of its simple premise, offering a puzzle adventure that feels like a near-perfect translation of real-life LEGO builds into a series of bitesize construction challenges.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 7 or later
- Processor: Intel Core i5
- Memory: 500 MB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia Geforce GTX 550/equivalent or higher
- Click the Download Here button above and you should be redirected to GamesDatabase.
- Wait 5 seconds and click on the grey ‘download now’ button. Now let the download begin and wait for it to finish.
- Once the game is done downloading, right click the .zip file and click on “Extract to” (To do this you must have 7-Zip or winrar, which you can get here).
- Double click inside the Soccer Story folder and run the exe application.
- Thats all, enjoy the game! Make sure to run the game as administrator and if you get any missing dll errors, look for a file named All In One Runtimes.exe run this and install it.