Super Button Soccer Interview

July 28, 2016 Written by

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!

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