Master Kick **AWOL**

Master Kick arises in glory of the best arcade version of table soccer seen till now.

It’s not just a game with stunning graphics of various playfields and players, weather visual effects, or live cheering. Master kick aims to provide the full atmosphere of soccer match combined with foosball skill. Highly sophisticated AI plus numerous formations selection, playing in a league or quick match will not fail any football fan’s expectations.

Like in any football match, two teams, each consisting of eleven players, are trying to score a goal. In other words, to kick the ball directly into the opponent’s goal, avoiding his goal keeper.

You can also choose your own team and the playfield where match will be played. Several teams and different playfield are available in various environments, both outside and inside.

Features include:

  • Addictive Gameplay
  • High Quality Visual Effects
  • Six Playfields / Six Teams
  • Vivid Sound Effects And Music
  • Action Replays
  • Localized in English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Dutch, Hungarian, Polish and Serbian

GAME ABANDONED

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