Football Manager Classic arrives on tablets


Football Manager Classic arrives on tablets

Football Manager fans can now get their hands on a more substantial mobile experience with the release of Football Manager Classic.

A touch-tailored version of the Classic game that’s become a popular part of Football Manager on the PC has been released for mobile devices. It iscompatible with newer Apple (Air 1 and 2, Mini 2 and 3) and Android tablets.

Sports Interactive’s Miles Jacobson told Eurogamer that this mobile app is essentially the Classic game mode from the PC version, except on tablets. He added, “There are very few differences between the two."

This means that players will be able to enjoy a 3D match engine on mobile for the first time, more data and more options. Football Manager Classic includes 139 leagues from 51 nations, compared to the 35 leagues from 14 nations featured in Football Manager Handheld.

Football Manager Classic will is now available on iOS and Android tablets. Check out the trailer to see some of the title’s key features.

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