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Super Party Sports Football: practice being a footie star

If you've ever had the urge to decapitate your five a side football opponents while at the same time practicing your virtual footie skills, this new game might kill two birds with one stone. Super Party Sports Football is a new game that will help you develop any football-related skill, at least when it comes to virtual games. It involves not just "physical" skills, but even the laws of physics and your wits to solve puzzles, as you aim to be the next Neymar or Robin Van Persie, at least when it comes to your smartphones and tablets.

Champ Man 15 is Square Enix’s football management sim

Ok, we’re not necessarily in agreement with Square Enix’s decision to put Arsenal’s long-serving manager on the cover – being that they haven’t exactly won any major silverware lately – but hey, it’s your game. Champ Man 15 – short for Championship Manager, we suppose – is Square Enix’s attempt at getting into the football management simulation game market.

FIFA 15 now available to the rest of us (aside from Canada)

We're not really sure why EA Sports made FIFA 15 Ultimate Team available exclusively in Canada first in its test run. You cannot really put the North American country in the Top 20 football-crazy countries in the world. But now, the rest of the football fans in countries other than Canada will be able to play the game on their Android devices as well as take advantage of the first FIFA Android app that supports hardware controls.

HTC One M8 has a special UEFA Champions League edition

Football (soccer) fans are all aflutter as Champions League football for this season officially started just a few hours ago. HTC celebrates Europe’s biggest club competition by announcing their special Champions League edition of their current flagship, the HTC One M8. No, it doesn’t mean that you’ll become as good a football player as Messi or Ronaldo when you have this phone, but it will definitely show other people you’re a true blue football (soccer) fan.

Practice football skills on a wearable with SPS: Football

If you have dreams of becoming the next Lionel Messi, well at least digitally, then you better start practicing those football skills on your smartwatch now. Super Party Sports (SPS) has released the wearable edition of their Football game, exclusive for those that are running on Android Wear. The game is simple enough to run on a smartwatch but it claims that “boredom will have no chance” against the game, as long as your wrist doesn’t get tired from all that action.

Samsung footie app “Kicks” its way to fans’ digital hearts

Now that most of the domestic leagues have started after a few months’ rest from the World Cup, diehard football fans with gadgets are once again relying on various sites and apps to keep abreast of all the action and movement of their favourite players and teams. Samsung’s research shows that the average football fan engages more on online content than actually watching live games. So they came up with an app called Kick that aims to bring all the latest information and statistics in an engaging and visual manner.

Fantasy Soccer helps you get over your World Cup withdrawal

With the World Cup officially over and Europe’s domestic league seasons still a month away, football fans (and the newly-converted fans too) are experiencing a bit of football withdrawal. Good thing you still have mobile games and apps to tide you over until then and help you get over this “separation anxiety” from anything football-related. Yahoo Sports is offering up Fantasy Soccer, to give you the chance to manage the best football team in the world.

Pebble, Google get into more World Cup action

The group stages of the World Cup are all but over but the footballing action is just heating up as the knockout stage promises to bring even more drama, surprises and yes, even controversy. Brands are all over themselves to get in on all the fun and to provide their customers with the most creative ways to follow the happenings in Brazil. Pebble and Google are just two of those who have updated their features to satisfy users’ World Cup fix.

NFL Sunday Ticket on YouTube possible as Google meets with the NFL

Imagine being able to watch each and every single NFL Football game right on your smartphone, tablet, or computer all through YouTube. Doesn't that sound amazing? I love technology, Android, and Football, so this is the best news I've heard all month. Reports are surfacing that Google wants to take on DirecTV for the NFL Sunday Ticket, and offer it up on YouTube.
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