"We have no idea how soccer works. We just want to play it." So goes the game description for Tipsoccer. But lest you be fooled that it's just a bit of non-sense game that will take up space on your device, it is actually a physics-based game, with a lot of fun, drunk AI opponents and pop culture references thrown in the mix.
Soccer, which the rest of the world calls football, is always a fun game to while away the time, even digitally. Don't expect FIFA levels kind of gameplay, but you still need to use your knowledge of physics, your swiping and flicking powers, and your ability to get past drunk computer-generated AI opposition. You have the option to play solo against the aforementioned inebriated AI or play against a friend, who may or may not be under the influence as well.
The game has two versions, light (which is free) and the regular version (with a fee of course). If you're not yet sure if this kind of soccer game is for you, you better try it out first on light. You get to have four teams to choose from and a two button configuration if you want to make it more complicated. You can download the light, free version from the Google Play Store.
But when you've already started enjoying it, but would like to get rid of the ads that interrupt your gaming experience, you can get the regular version for just $0.99. There are no in-app purchases as well, so that is just the amount you need to spend to have crazy teams like Spartans, Zombies or 'murica. You can also have more fun with other configurations that have nothing to do with soccer, like acrobatics, tennis balls, steel balls, etc. You can download it from the Google Play Store as well.