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Home » Apps with tag 'Soccer Physics'

These 8 Soccer Physics goals will make you shout 'What? I don't believe what I'm seeing! Martha? Martha! Come in here and see this'

Feature By Peter Willington, 2 weeks ago
These 8 Soccer Physics goals will make you shout 'What? I don't believe what I'm seeing! Martha? Martha! Come in here and see this'

Soccer Physics is easily my favourite game of football on mobile. Easily. The chaotic blend of physics gone rogue, pitch conditions changing rapidly, and super simple controls ensures that even non-soccer fans enjoy its absurd fun. I've had a scour of Everyplay to bring you the best, most over-the-top replays of Soccer Physics goals I could find. Here are my favourites; There's a darn good reason this is the most watched Soccer Physics video, it's got everything: physical comedy, high tension, and an epic goal. This player manages to lose an entire member of their team before conceding a goal. What a wally. This guy just cannot even. Jammiest goal ever? Yeah, probably. This…


The best single screen multiplayer games on iOS

Feature By Peter Willington, 3 weeks, 2 days ago
The best single screen multiplayer games on iOS

On the 25th August 2014 the AppSpy and Pocket Gamer teams were having a well-deserved break or the Bank Holiday Monday. Well, most of them were anyway. I decided to jump onto our Twitch channel and bring you a collection of the very best single screen multiplayer games you can get for your iOS device. Without James, Harry, or even Lovely Danny to help me, I decided to rope in my girlfriend - Alix Briskham of Opposable Games - to help me show them off. Also I played a bit of King of Fighters '98, to celebrate the series' 20th anniversary, just because I felt like it. If for some reason you haven't got 60 minutes to spare today, don't fret: you can use these handy links to skip straight…