If you can’t get enough of the Football Manager franchise, which actually just released the 2016 mobile version last week, then you’ll be happy to know that SEGA has just announced a more high-powered (and more expensive) version of the game called Football Manager Touch 2016. While both basically have the same functions and features, the latter has full 3D simulated matches, cross-platform cloud saving, and a whole bunch of other things that they think football fans would be willing to pay premium for.
If you’re playing the game on your tablet and then suddenly have to stop and will continue to play later on the desktop, you don’t need to worry you have to start all over again. You will be able to save on the cloud and continue on another platform. Aside from managing real teams and players from 139 authentic leagues, you can also use the create-a-club mode, where you can choose your name, your colors, and of course your squad. And if you feel like being a playing manager, you can also add yourself as a player.
Another new thing that this version brings is Prozone match analysis so that you can see where you went wrong or right, either as a full team or for individual players, when the game is over. You can also instruct your players before the match how to handle specific members of the opposing team, so that their performance will be hindered. So if you’re up against a team that has Messi, then you can strategize how not to let him score.
If you already balked at the price of Football Manager Mobile 2016 which was at $8.99, then you might have second thoughts about Football Manager Touch 2016 which will cost you $19.99. But if you think that that is still a small price to pay for playing an enhanced version of your favorite football app, then go ahead and buy it from the Google Play Store. Oh, and yes, there are still in-app purchases available.