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Chop Chop Soccer Review

By Andrew Nesvadba, on August 8, 2010


Chop Chop Soccer
  • Publisher: Gamerizon
  • Genre: Sports
  • Released: 4 Aug, 2010
  • Size: 36.9 MB
  • Price: $1.99
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Rating

PROS

  • Signature one-finger control system works cleverly.
  • Quick-match and Tournament modes.
  • Four arenas and 12 teams to choose from.

CONS

  • No multiplayer features yet.
  • Harder difficulties are like playing against a brick wall.

VERDICT

Chop Chop Soccer may not be for hardcore fans of the sport, but it's a quick and fun title that will appeal to casual gamers on the go.


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The Chop Chop series from Gamerizon expands again as gamers are now set to try their hands (or hand as it were) at an arcade-style Soccer title. The signature one-finger style of control that has defined this sometimes amazing series has continued through to Chop Chop Soccer as well.

In order to accommodate the rather stripped back control scheme, Chop Chop Soccer does away with any faithful recreation of the classic football game and sticks to the basics with teams consisting of three players and no fouls, out of bounds or offside rules to worry about. Touching and holding on the screen allows you to direct your player towards where you're pointing, while flicking the screen will pass or kick a goal depending on where you direct the motion. Flicking also allows you to tackle the nearest player, while those on offense can spin their player to dodge incoming tackles.

It's a simple, fast-paced control system, but it works amazingly well and allows for some fun tactics as long as your AI controlled players don't behave erratically. The game is set in a 3D landscape orientation, with the goals at either end of the screen and those familiar with Chop Chop Tennis will recognize the basic 3D models used as well.

Once again there's no multiplayer, but Chop Chop Soccer is still great fun and players have the choice of each match taking anywhere between two to five minutes, so you can easily play a match on the go; a fun, simple arcade Soccer title for casual gamers to enjoy.

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