Nov 21, 2017 Last Updated 12:18 PM, Nov 20, 2017

Super Button Soccer Interview

Published in Dev Talks
Read 2076 times
Rate this item
(0 votes)

Super Button Soccer Interview with with Mauricio from Smyowl Game Studio

Super Button Soccer is a fast paced action/strategy game where you compete against human or CPU players in online and offline exciting soccer matches, collect cards and build your ultimate fantasy team!

In SBS you create your dream team of "button soccer" pieces, collecting cards that define your squad formation, lineup, stadium, logo and kits. These teams are put to test in multiple fields based on real-world and fantasy themes like ice, kitchen table, and a real soccer field. The combination of the players, stadium and ball components highly influence the game physics and dynamics, warranting that each match is unique and challenging!

The game offers both online multiplayer sessions against friends and random enemies, or local single screen / multiple gamepads fun for parties and championships.

About Smyowl Game Studio

We strongly believe there is a lot of difference when you work with things you love. And man, our team love games. We eat, sleep and breathe games. We play Magic the Gathering for breakfast and board games for lunch. And when things get tense, everyone has their chance to let off steam with their preferred fatalities. Racing, cards, puzzles, horror, strategy, retro – name a genre, and there’ll be certainly someone here who is in love with it. Seriously.

Purchase and Play on Steam!

Related items

  • Mushroom Wars 2 Review

    Mushroom Wars 2 is a wonderful title to play and an amazing competition to watch. There’s so much to talk about, anticipate, and be surprised by, that you should expect this title to live on for many, many years. The developers have been truly successful of creating the tools for a competitive player to use — and then getting the hell out of the way; Zillion Whales leaves us with a trendsetting, unrivaled masterpiece, and then lets us play it the way we want to play it.

  • Arma 3 Tac-Ops DLC Mission Pack Releases November 30

    Available worldwide later this month on November 30, the Arma 3 Tac-Ops DLC Singleplayer Mission Pack challenges players to take part in three distinct military operations.

  • Deadbeat Heroes Review

    In this debut beat ‘em up from Deadbeat Productions, chunky graphics mix with smooth mechanics. Add a layer of cheesy one-liners, sandwiched between saucy superheroes and crusty villains. You hold something tasty and classically-inspired in your hands, if perhaps a little unexceptional. It’s not Disneyland’s Monte Christo, but an enjoyable BLT.

  • Star Wars Battlefront II

    Star Wars Battlefront II is an upcoming action shooter video game based on the Star Wars film franchise. It is the fourth major installment of the Star Wars: Battlefront series and seventh overall, and a sequel to the 2015 reboot of the series.

  • Deceit Review

    The concept is great and the execution is far from bad, but there is room for improvement. The maps are rich and make each game feel incredibly singular and flustered in a different way. But, the weapons feel weak and movements feel awkward. There’s much potential and excitement to be had in Deceit, and even more screams and scares.

  • The Jackbox Party Pack 4 Review

    The Jackbox Party Pack 4 includes six (well, five and a half) new Jackbox party titles for a quick laugh with a lot of friends or family. The different titles included can be fun, and if your friends and family are crazy, they can be a blast; enjoyment really falls down how rowdy you’re willing to be.