2010 Fifa World Cup South Africa Game Pc Download [Updated]
The game features extensive online multiplayer action with up to eight players including a range of online modes such as online competitive play, co-op, and team-based modes. Another feature of the game is that the music was entirely composed and recorded in-house, and was especially designed to appeal to the African audience. The game was released on the App Store and Google Play on 10 September 2010. The game was endorsed by the South African football federation, and was marketed with the tagline of 'Dream On', 'We're South Africa, We're the Dream Team' The game was the most downloaded football game in South Africa at launch, with more than 60,000 downloads within two days of launch. Development EA Sports was contacted by the South African football federation and asked to create a mobile version of their official FIFA World Cup video game for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The game's release was officially endorsed by the South African football federation, with head coach Rudolf Grimm stating that he intended to use the game at the upcoming tournament. Design Gameplay As with its previous mobile FIFA title, FIFA World Cup South Africa features a similar gameplay style to the console versions of the FIFA series of games. The game is split into two sets of 15 matches; the 'Group stage' and the 'Knock-out stage'. Each match in the game has a variety of features which can be used during the match, such as the Kick-Off feature, Goal Line technology, Ball Cross Feature, the Scoreboard and Goal Line technology, Stadium designs, Player Profiles, Goalkeeper movement and change, set pieces, etc. In both the 'Group stage' and 'Knock-out stage' games, there are 15 matches which can be played in total. In these 15 matches, up to eight players can compete with each other in a variety of modes, such as playing against a friend, versus the computer and versus players from other countries in the World Cup tournament. Codes and terms In the game, players are given a code by email, with the code being an eight character string, beginning with 'R'. The player can then use this code at one of the official FIFA World Cup soccer venues to play the game against other players who have codes as well. Promotion As with its previous mobile FIFA title, FIFA World Cup South Africa was marketed with the tagline 'Dream On', 'We're South Africa, We're the Dream Team'.