We all love soccer – but how badly do you want to win? FootLOL lets you use mines, cheats, aliens, cows, guns and many more cheats to decimate the opposing team and protect your players. Play against your friends or AI opponents!
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Very Positive (462 reviews) - 88% of the 462 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Aug 7, 2013

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April 15

Linux and Mac support!

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Reviews

“It has little in common with actual foot-to-ball, being more concerned with landmines and comedic chaos. It’s quite good.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“This game is absolutely fantastic.”
Greenlit Gaming

“It’s chaotic, it’s flashy, and it seems like quite a lot of fun.”
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About This Game

Indirect-control soccer with Worms-like crazy weapons!

We all love soccer – but how badly do you want to win? FootLOL lets you use mines, shields, aliens, cows, guns and many more cheats to decimate the opposing team and protect your players. Play against your friends or AI opponents.

As a manager, you’ll take your team through a few training matches, before being unleashed on new planets. As you go, you’ll unlock new gadgets, improve your players’ performance, and unlock new kits and hats for them to wear.

Opponents often have the same tricks you do so it’s not as simple as knocking the ball in the back of the net. You’ll need to fulfil the conditions for each level – which might mean losing, or fighting your way back from defeat! Thankfully, the addictive action, cute characters and the best arsenal seen in a football game since, well, Arsenal make every match too close to call.

Once you’ve finished FootLOL’s tournament mode, you can play against the computer or go online for gripping multiplayer. With the player who’s best at cheating winning, FootLOL is a funny old game!

Game Features:


  • Four planets, each with several types of playing field
  • Multiplayer
  • Hilarious soccer chaos
  • Highly customizable characters and teams
  • Sixty levels
  • Crazy abilities and tools
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System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 107 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8
    • Processor: 3 GHz
    • Memory: 2048 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 107 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
19 of 22 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.9 hrs on record
Posted: January 24
Ahh... What can i say? FootLOL is an arcade-casual soccer game. Not pure soccer but soccer and action-fantasy maybe. It's name is FootLOL for a reason.

FootLOL is the game that you can do almost everything to your opponents. Airstrikes, flame strikes, cows, ufos, meteors... Lot of abilities. Also different type of planets to play.

Easy to play, you can improve your team and challenge for cups. Very strange type of soccer game cause of goals and power abilities.

Must get it on sale and play with a friend.

Difficulty : 4.5/10
Replayability : 5/10
Gameplay and AI : 6.5/10
Sounds : 8/10
Graphics : 7.5/10

63/100
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9 of 9 people (100%) found this review helpful
6 people found this review funny
13.7 hrs on record
Posted: March 19
If you are going to make a "lol random" game, this is how to do it. Here is why this is the best sports game of all time, and why you should buy it:

I was once up 15 points with a minute left to play, but I was still genuinely nervous about losing, because I did not actually have any players on the field.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 19
FootLoL enticed me with it's soccer theme and it's madness on the field. Upon playing the game a little bit more, it's definitely not for me. I'm not a casual gamer by any means but do like playing games like this in-between other games. Reason I cannot recommend it is that it gets boring after a while. I may find it boring, you may not. Heck, I'm sure kids would like this game.

An emphasis on strategy should be put here rather than soccer. Although soccer seems to be the main theme of the game, you (as the player) have about zero control over the players on the pitch. The only thing you can control is placing tactical objects or weapons on the pitch. Some of the weapons that are included are land mines (which blow-up opponents when they are near), meteorites where meteors will literally come from the sky and hit the field, a herd of cows can be used to flatten your opponent, ball multipliers to increase the amount of goals you score when the ball goes into the net and not limited to turrets. Counter-measures are also included to help you defend your players from your opponent. Armor can be equipped, bubble spheres can be erected to protect players (or the ball from moving forward), speed boosts or speed traps, protective bubble shields that can block ball and players as well as the ability to expand the opponents net. There are A LOT of weapon options in game which is a great feature.

The players themselves do not make much of an effort to dodge any of the obstacles. Essentially, they have positions but players will move near the ball if it's close by. The game feels pretty balanced. Deciding which weapons to take to the "battle"field can literally make a night and day difference in the score. Choose the wrong power-ups or use them too much and watch your score stay stagnant. There are a few game modes in FootLoL : championship mode where you tour the world/solar system, quick match and multiplayer mode. Most players will most likely choose to pursue championship mode before anything else. In championship mode you start with a certain amount of slots and certain amount of abilities. As the game progresses (and the better you do in-games), the cash-rewards become a lot bigger. The AI within the game also becomes progressively difficult although most of the time beating him isn't the most difficult. Meeting certain objectives laid out before hand is where the challenge lies. Each match is timed and the team with the most goals when the clock hits zero, wins. The better the performance and the more conditions that are met means a better payout. Don't forget though, your opponent can possess the same abilities as you!

Visually, the game play is cool because there is a lot going. Watching meteors fall from the sky while sheep are running across the field while blobs are blocking certain players can get insane. As I said, visually watching it is cool. Playing it is a completely different story (because this is where the limitations start coming in).

The biggest issue for me is that this feels like a game I would play on the iPad. I understand the "mobile gaming" platform is slowly evolving and yes programmers should get some credit where credit is due, but I certainly do not like purchasing games that could be played on an iPad (on a rig that costs a lot more than one). As I've said, if you're into strategy and something a little bit different with some outlandish effects, I'm sure you'll enjoy the game. If you're here for some soccer or some sort of inclusiveness, it's not here. If they added a gimmick or something in which you could control players, I'm sure that would have added another depth to the game.

Overall, I won't recommend it as it's not my cup of tea. However, if you do like this (even for a full price), I would recommend getting it. I think there was enough put into the game to get enough bang for your buck.


RATING : 6.0/10


ScreenShots :


Championship mode view

Abilities upgrade menu

The meteor effects are pretty good and deliver a solid umph

Meteor after-effect

There is a lot you can do in this game that could be considered cheating

Weapon options
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 13
You can't control your own players, but instead you can use magic tools ( aliens, mines, cows, cheats, guns, planes and much more ) and provide your team a victory. You wont care about rules, because in FootLOL first rule is that there is no rules, just pure magic.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.4 hrs on record
Posted: April 28
Throw powerups and debuffs at the enemy team until your own team can score.
That's pretty much it.
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