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ZOOM Lego
Soccer Mania
Sold Out (Win98/2000/ME/XP) (Mini Retail) (LEGOSOCCPR)
Discontinued

Publisher: Electronic Arts

Kids Game

Ages 8 and up

Ratings:

7.0 from Game Zone

This Is Soccer Madness Like You've Never Seen!

In Soccer Mania, play soccer the way you want. Customize the craziest mini-figure soccer teams and challenge awesome opposition. Use amazing power-ups in hilarious matches across action-packed, themed LEGO environments. It's an adventure that takes you from the Arctic to the Wild West to Mars. If only real-life soccer was this much fun!

Features

Choose you soccer team from lots of crazy LEGO characters.

From medieval castles to the depths of space, there are tons of fantastic LEGO settings.

Mind-blowing power-ups!

Fast-paced soccer action on the LEGO field, the ball never goes out of play!

Use all your skills to win the LEGO Cup Challenge!


Requirements:

Windows 98/2000/ME/XP: Pentium II 350 MHz 64MB RAM 50 Mb free disk space 8-Speed CD/DVD-ROM drive required 16MB 100% DirectX 8.1 compatible video card 100% DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card DirectX 8.1 (Included on disk)

Windows 95/NT not supported

Reviews:

Game Zone by Michael Lafferty

"Since EA (EASports in particular) has some knowledge of creating soccer games, there was some anticipation in how the game would be translated to the world of Legos. Ok, even the manual states that the game is loosely based on the sport. Each team has six players, the action is fast, there is no out-of-bounds, other elements that slowdown the pacing of the game have been eliminated, and the keeper area is protected from intrusion by offensive players. The ball can also bounce around like a ping-pong ball, bounding off players and goal posts. The game also has an arcade-style set of power-ups to ensure lively game play. Player movement has been kept simple.

"Like much of the Lego world, this is a game that should be particularly appealing to younger players..."

"Graphically the game lives up to the Lego standard. The environments are fun, bright and colorful. The animation is also well done. The sound does a solid job of supporting the graphics. The control elements are kept relatively simple so that younger gamers can play.

"When it comes to actually presenting the game of soccer, this title is merely average. The game lacks the sports fundamentals and nuances that make the sport so exciting. There are no age parameters stated on the game's box, but this game was built for a younger crowd who simply wants to play and enjoy, with little regard for the game's intricacies."



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