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Lords of Football is a whole new sports lifestyle simulator, played in God Mode.The everyday routine of football is brought to life, simulating footballers' training to improve their skills and all the drama and real-life distractions that unfold during a normal season.
Release Date: Apr 5, 2013
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Includes 3 items: Lords of Football, Lords of Football: Eastern Europe, Lords of Football: Super Training

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"Reminiscent of The Sims, this ingenious game breaks the mould of the traditional management simulation in some style, as you attempt to keep your men happy on and off the pitch. From chalking out the tactics to keeping the party boys out of the tabloids, I's an absolute riot. Best Moment : The sight of your squad starting a conga line outside the training ground at 6am after a night out. Tut Tut"

5/5 - Four Four Two magazine

About the Game

Lords of Football is a whole new sports lifestyle simulator, played in God Mode.The everyday routine of football is brought to life, simulating footballers' training to improve their skills and all the drama and real-life distractions that unfold during a normal season. With easy drag-and-drop navigation and by learning each footballer's personality, you must oversee all your footballers and resources to bring the team up to international competition level. The game takes place in an immersive 3D world with a customisable team, and rewards success with club upgrades to expand this exciting, vibrant football simulation.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Genre defining – A football lifestyle simulation played with an easy drag and drop God Mode style interface. It crosses genres to bring you a new football experience, involving you in both the match and the personal lives of your footballers. This is unique, a game like no other!
  • Matches - Give match commands to your footballers in a way unlike any other football game. Your team's ability and performance will not only depend on your tactical strategy but also on how well you look after them on and off the pitch.
  • Play in a real-time 3D football world – Explore and interact in a full 3D real-time environment where you can unlock upgrades that change, improve and expand your world.
  • Personalities - Each footballer has his own unique personality and distinct behaviour. They will react in different ways to events that take place within the world, as well as your choices having a direct effect on their mood, for better or worse.
  • Off-pitch activities - Interact with and affect the personal lives of your footballers. Keep them happy with fun free time activities in the pub, club and restaurant while avoiding negative addictions and bad habits.
  • Training and drills - A new level of interaction is available during the training phase by offering a customisable 3D space, assigning drills or closely examining each footballer’s performance in real time.
  • Customisation – With the ability to configure every aspect of your team's appearance — name, playing kit, logo and even individual footballers' names — you have the ability to live your football dream and run your very own club.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS:Windows Vista
    • Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo E6550
    • Memory:3 GB RAM
    • Graphics:nVidia GeForce 9400 1 Gb/Amd Radeon HD 4550 1 Gb
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:9 GB HD space
Helpful customer reviews
28 of 35 people (80%) found this review helpful
36 products in account
2 reviews
0.8 hrs on record
For those who like 'The Sims' and kind of like football, not for those who like football and kind of like 'The Sims'.

An interesting take on a game, just not my cup of tea.
Posted: June 7th, 2014
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22 of 31 people (71%) found this review helpful
19 products in account
7 reviews
3.3 hrs on record
This is not a bad game, there are some positive creative ideas not so much of in depth like football manager. Its about managing the players, keeping track of their progress and their addictions and making sure they are good for the real match. Different players will have different personalities, some will like to party, some like to get drunk, some like to gamble etc. The match play is not bad, You can choose to watch and give commands or simulate the match. Once you achieve some objectives set by the chairman, you can build additional stuffs or upgrade. Controls are quite easy however tending to each players, controling their addictions and to reduce their addictions are not very user friendly.

Theres no finance aspects to take care of, transfer market only available in the open period, you cannot scout in advance or sell players by setting the price, everything is done by the chairman. Theres not much things to do except tending to players, training, building and playing match etc.

Overall, unless you have spare money to try something different, this game does give some creative sparks but will not be able to keep your interest long enough. If you are looking for more in depth game play, players and such , Football Manager will be way up there.

5.5/10 (If you really have some spare spare money wana try something different or take a look)

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Posted: January 31st, 2014
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12 of 14 people (86%) found this review helpful
27 products in account
7 reviews
15.9 hrs on record
If you like soccer as well as The Sims, this game is perfect. You get to be a manager of your own football team and train your team the way you want to train them. Teach them in Physical abilities, Tachtical abilitits, or Mentality. Do the thing. Win the points. Game could get laggy at times but nothing major at all.
Posted: March 21st, 2014
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
672 products in account
378 reviews
9.3 hrs on record
Lords of Football has a great idea behind it, but it's an unripe fruit. After enjoying it for some time, you will inevitably notice some gaps in the gameplay mechanics.The original idea to combine footballer’s life simulation dynamics with football manager’s management mechanics is surely intriguing, but not fully developed, failing to entertain for more than a season or two.Although Lords of Football has some nice eccentricities and touches, it fails and also feels old and dated.Lords of Football is not a complete football manager that allows you to spend hours on tactical options or scouting for players. On the other hand, it is not a social simulation of footballers' life - you don't have much control over that aspect. The game can look like fun for a short while, but after a few hours it kills you with repetitiveness and boredom. A few interesting ideas aren't enough to save this game from oblivion. Overall 5/10.
Posted: July 19th, 2014
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
347 products in account
6 reviews
4.8 hrs on record
This game is only for the hardcore soccer fans that loves to create their own team, players, logos, uniform, etc and manage their team to the top.

At first it takes a little bit to get use to, but after you get used to this game you will love it. Its kinda like the sims at first because you get to see your players flirt with other girls, drink, gamble and try not to let them addicted to alcohol, and etc.

I must admit this game is not for everyone because you only get to spectate the games, call plays and do other stuff that coaches do on and off the field, just like your typical soccer management game. I spend $3.00 on this game and i am loving it!

I highly recommend this game for the hardcore soccer fans!! 8/10
Posted: June 18th, 2014
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56 of 61 people (92%) found this review helpful
429 products in account
103 reviews
104.0 hrs on record
I'm a big fan of games that try to do something different. Lords of Football attempts to marry the football management experience with a sims-lite player management experience. How successfully it manages that seems to vary on a person by person basis. It may not be spreadsheety enough for the Football Manager fans and not Simsy enough for Sims fans.
Personally, I love it. The unlicensed football-lite side reminds me of Sensible Soccer and the Simsy side... well yeah obvious. The point is, the resulting gaming experience is pretty unique and great fun. What's more, the dev team is taking the usual indie route of listening to players and working hard to improve aspects of the game. Consider the newly released database editor allowing you to fully customize all the teams and players to your heart's content.
Ultimately, I like this game. I think the IP has potential and the developer has potential. I've clocked up 63 hours of playtime and I'm not done with it yet. Your mileage may vary but if you want to try something different then give it a shot, you might just find yourself hooked.
Posted: November 29th, 2013
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