First Touch Soccer

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First Touch Soccer
First Touch Soccer logo.png
Developer(s)X2 Games, First Touch Games 2017
Platform(s)iOS, Android
ReleaseMay 6, 2011
Genre(s)Soccer

First Touch Soccer is an iOS game developed by British studios X2 Games and First Touch Games and released on May 6, 2011. New editions of the game FTS 14 and FTS 15.

Critical reception[edit]

The game has a rating of 90% on Metacritic, based on 8 critic reviews.[1]

AppSmile said "Replay value is outstanding, as there are plenty of modes to keep you busy and a multiplayer mode to find human competition when the AI just doesn't cut it".[2] AppSpy said "First Touch Soccer pushes the football genre a little further on the App Store and while it may not have exactly the same features as console titles, it makes up for this by being a top competitor on the field itself".[3] PocketGamerUK wrote "With an air of professionalism, First Touch Soccer delivers a consummate football experience, representing a new high water mark for the genre on iPhone".[4] AppGamer said "I think this is easily the best football/soccer app you can get at the moment".[5] Multiplayer.it wrote "First Touch Soccer is the sequel of X2 Football 10/11 with better graphics, better framerate (only on new generation iOS devices) and an overall increased quality; at €0.79/$0.99, it's a must buy for soccer fans".[6] Tap! wrote "The real joy here is the fluid gameplay. Play is controlled simply with an analogue stick for movement and three buttons for attacking and defensive activities. You can also double tap the right side of the screen to pull off some context-sensitive special moves".[7] Level7.nu said the game has "A very ambitious soccer game with lots of content and great gameplay".[7]

Sequels[edit]

First Touch Soccer has three sequels, named First Touch Soccer 2014, First Touch Soccer 2015 and "Dream League Soccer 18".

First Touch Games has subsequently removed First Touch Soccer titles and continues to focus on the Dream League Soccer franchise, which follows a typical free-to-play model.

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