FIFA 2010 | Cricket 2010 | Pro Evolution Soccer 2010
Today we will feature 3 of the finest new 3D games released this year for your mobile. All 3 of these games have a common theme as you can tell from the title which is that they are all based and adapted on real life sports and games. FIFA 2010 3D packs an extensive array of matches with players, clubs and international teams from the real world while Cricket 2010 3D includes all the international teams but does not include the option to play league level cricket matches anywhere. Lastly, Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 or PES is another popular football game for mobile.
FIFA 2010 3D: Let me start by telling you that FIFA 2010 3D is one of the all time best game in the football gaming genre for mobile. This game brings you over 570 different teams and includes over 12620 individual professional football players which makes this game the only one in its genre to bring you such a huge database of teams and international players. You can start playing as a team in over 30 different club leagues from all over the world which includes both first division premier leagues and second division leagues. You have the option to play international tournaments, cups and custom games with your chosen team in FIFA 2010.
The game play of FIFA 2010 3D is compatible with both the 3rd edition and 5th edition Symbian OS devices which means that touchscreen controls are integrated within the game for devices that supports it. On touchscreen smartphones like the Nokia 5800 or 5530 XpressMusic and Nokia N97 you will be able to play the football matches with your fingers and let me tell you – the touch sensitivity is awesomely responsive! Whether it is a simple pass or a rather difficult through ball to your teammate into the D-Box, the touch controls will easily allow you to dictate the power and angle of the shot. FIFA 2010 allows you to play as international superstars such as Messi, Ronaldo, Roonie, Cannavaro among many others! Lastly, check out FIFA 2008 if you want one of the best football games for N-Gage devices.
Cricket 2010 3D: Cricket 2010 is by far the best cricket game that I have come across in the last 3 or 4 years of mobile gaming. I have tried almost all sorts of cricket games that are out there for your mobile like Cricket T20/T20, Gully Cricket, Brian Lara Cricket 2007, the Ashes, Kevin Pietersen Pro etc. that are available for the Symbian OS but none of them even comes close to what Cricket 2010 offers. It includes the option to bat, bowl and field on a number of different types of limited over one day cricket matches. All the internationally acclaimed cricket teams like England, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Canada etc. are available to be chosen from as your team.
You can individually control each of your starting 11 players and those who are on the benches. As a batsman you can play all the real life shots that superstars such as Tendulkar, Ponting, Kallis etc plays in a match. Depending on your timing your shots may or may not be successful resulting in a boundary, catch, singles etc. As a bowler you can control the speed, swing and spin of the ball during and before the delivery. There are wides, no balls, leg bye, LBW etc and all other sort of extras that are present in the real life world. As a fielder you will have to control the timing while taking a catch and choose which end to throw a ball when there is a run taking place on the crease.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010: Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 is one of the best soccer game made for mobile that are operating on the Symbian OS platform. You can choose to play the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League straight without the need to start off with a single team and first compete in an entirely different league. The sounds and in game graphics are moderate on most low end and high end smartphones. Compared to the game FIFA 2010, Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 (or PES 2010) actually performs better on low end phones. However, on high end phones the graphic details are not quite up to the par and FIFA 2010 seems to deliver a better game play experience.
Beside being able to play as an European club in a league of your choice you can also play as an international team in international matches with the existing 2010 line up of players. You can opt and choose either a home or away jersey before the start of a specific match (both club & international) which allows you to have a better visual experience during a match and ensures that you do not mix up your players with those of the opponent. Before the start of any friendlies you can also select a stadium of your choice and even select the type of weather affecting the match. The official UEFA rules dictate your club standings in both the UEFA Champions League and the Europa Cup (i.e. home game score vs away game score). Btw, I have also posted the 2009 version of Pro Evolution Soccer if you want it.
All 3 of these games are compatible with Nokia S60 and S40 N-Series, X Series and E-Series Symbian mobile phones. Some of the N-Series smartphones include Nokia N96, N97, N95, N93, N92, N91, N95 8gb, N86, N85, N82, N81, N80, N79, N78, N77, N76, N75, N73, N72, N71, N70 etc. E-Series devices include E90, E75, E72, E71, E70, E65, E66, E61, E62, E63, E60, E55, E52, E51, E50 etc. The brand new X Series based touchscreen phones like the X6, X10 and X3 are also supposed to work with all 3 of these games. Lastly, mobile devices such as 6120, 6121, 6290, 6500, 5230, 5200, 6710, 5300, 5310, 5500, 5700 XpressMusic, 5800 XpressMusic, 5530 XpressMusic, 5710, etc will also be able to run these games smoothly. Please do subscribe to the RSS Feed before downloading these games, subscription is free and it shows your support for my blog!