Take Charge of Your Favorite World Cup Teams with True Football National Manager
World Cup 2014 is now in full force, and all around the world, people are tuning in to watch their favorite
soccer football team(s) duke it out in hopes of victory. While the battles rage on, many fans understandably find themselves wanting to get even closer to the action.
To help World Cup fans pass the time in between heated matches, XDA Forum Member mkrstudio created True Football National Manager. This sports-based sim game puts you in charge of a national team of your choosing, and lets you control everything from player selection, tactical orders, interviews with journalist, calls with players, and more. As in the real game, your goal is to have your team come out on top, and in the process achieve a high score with achievements and trophies.
If you’re a World Cup fan and are looking for a little sim action, head over to the game thread and give True Football National Manager a shot.
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