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|Oct 14 2013, 9:37am Anchor|
this is my first post here, so if I did something wrong please let me know. I have registered here to present you a game that I'm working on with few of my friends from my university. It's called: Hools: Football Club Territory.
So what it is?
Hools: Football Club Territory is a location-based mobile multiplayer game, which moves the competition between football club supporters to virtual world. You begin by registering a new club or joining an existing one. By then inviting your friends you develop the community upon which your club stands. The goal? To conquer and control districts within your city and beyond. For this you must train and equip yourself, so as always to be ready for a face-to-face encounter with the opposition.
If you have some time, please download it (it is free) and leave me a comment, it will help us a lot. The game is under this address: Play.google.com and if you want to see a short gameplay: Youtube.com
Edited by: hoolsterritory
|Oct 14 2013, 11:54am Anchor|
It looks like it was put together very well but this game theme depresses me. I think it's not okay to link this to football and it's sad that there's market for everyday violence.
Unlike what people see in war simulations this culture spreads person to person and I don't wish this culture to be spread. Thinking about what kind of "background work" you did for the project scares me.
|Nov 28 2013, 1:50am Anchor|
yeah of course dear . you will promise me .When I am wrong you will guid me as a friend.
|Dec 1 2013, 8:02am Anchor|
Don't be so serious, it's just a game with topic like any other , No one was hurt at "background wark"
|Dec 2 2013, 3:15am Anchor|
0€ / 10 000€ in 4 opening days. Faith in humanity restored.
I think whoever came up with the idea should take a hint and do more market research about what is extreme marginal interest (adoring violence in football fan behavior) and what is actually popular and feasible.
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