Football games aren't all about FIFA or PES, at least not anymore. On Android, we can play other equally attractive and high-quality games that we can carry around on our smartphones or tablets wherever we go. That's the case of First Touch Soccer 2015, for instance, that offers us very decent graphics and a great playability.
Fun on and off the pitch
With this game downloaded and installed on your phone, you'll have fun on the football pitch thanks to its fluid animations and its great graphics. The simulator's action will keep you entertained just like in the best soccer titles. In turn, you can build your dream team, signing players and negotiating the terms of their contracts.
Earn coins to unlock different game modes.
One of the advantages of this game is that we won't need the latest Samsung or Huawei handset to run it. It's very lightweight (hardly 10 MB) and works with Android 4.0. Any phone, even the oldest ones, can make it work without problems.
- Several game modes can be unlocked.
- Simple controls.
- Real names of players and teams.
- Expert AI and fast-paced playability.
Controlling and handling the game's simulator is quite simple: you'll have an on-screen gamepad on the left side of the screen to move your players and aim your shots; on the right, you'll see the shoot and pass buttons.
Well, we can't say that First Touch Soccer is up to date (we're talking about an edition launched in 2015), so you won't find any teams with their players updated for the 2016-2017 season. But if you're looking for an alternative to FIFA or Pro Evolution Soccer, without any other intention than having fun with a football simulator, just download its APK right now because it's a really decent option.
When will First Touch Soccer 2017 be out on Android?
That's a good question, but it doesn't look like it's going to come out ever... And it's a shame because we're talking about what used to be a really decent football game some time ago, so any updated version would be very welcome. In the meantime, we'll have to resign ourselves to playing this old version, that's not too bad at all, by the way. However, you might be interested in other alternatives such as Dream League Soccer, created by the same developers behind this football game.