Full Metal Soccer is a blend of first person shooter and sports game.
It is a fast-paced multiplayer game in which two tank soccer teams battle each other. The game is set inside a futuristic arena in the distant future. Each player controls a six-wheeled APC-style tank which has a turret that can be rotated independently from the tank body and tries to achieve the primary target of every soccer game: shoot more goals than the opposing team. The player has some special weapons and skills at hand that help him to control the ball and fight his opponents.
Full Metal Soccer is an online-only game, where you can host or join matches that are automatically listed on the in-game browser.
- Fast paced multiplayer game (up to 6 players).
- Realistic physics.
- No rules – anything goes!
- Good motivating ranking system.
- Weapons: Main cannon and tractor beam.
- Special skills: Boost to move across the arena very quickly, and a ram bucket which does heavy damage and helps control the ball more effectively.
- Easy-to-find multiplayer matches through the in-game browser.
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