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Champ Man 15 is an iOS exclusive, Android owners left on the bench this season

By , on August 8, 2014

Square Enix has confirmed that football management title Champ Man will be getting its annual update this year, and that the game will - rather expectedly - be called Champ Man 15.

What's unexpected is that Champ Man 15 is exclusively headed to iPhones and iPads, with no word on whether Android owners will be able to get in on the fun this year.

Want a trailer? Tough. Some screens? Sorry. But we do have the app logo for you. It looks like this;

Other info on Champ Man 15 we've received covers off the essentials: it's free-to-play, will feature 440 real-life clubs in 23 leagues from around the world, and will include all the promotions, transfers, and stats from the 2014 / 2015 season.

Changes to the previous game include an improved match engine and commentary, plus a wider selection of tactical options being available to budding Alex Fergusons.

Are you a Champ Man fan? Does the above have you geared up for another season? Let us know in the comments.


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curtneedsaride 4 months, 1 week ago

And with all of that IAP and training system... I really don't even want it. I've always found its interface much harder to navigate and enjoy than the Football Manager Handheld series. So, I'll probably just keep playing FMH2014 til 2015 arrives. But for iOS gamers who don't have cash to splash on FMH, I guess this is a good alternative.