In November last year, Sega and Sports Interactive released Football Manager Handheld 2015 for iPad, the mobile edition of the latest installment in their popular series of football management simulation games. Now, they’ve kicked off another iPad game in the series in the form of Football Manager Classic 2015.
Football Manager Classic 2015 is based on the standalone Football Manager Classic mode in Football Manager 2013, which promises players more focus and less time in managing teams while still offering a 3-D match day experience.
Most notably, Football Manager Classic 2015 lets you tap into a database of more than 150,000 players across 117 real-world leagues from 51 countries. It does so with the added advantages of a touch-optimized menu system, a flexible management scheme, and full control over player and team training.
The game also features a variety of short-term challenges as well as an instant result option that lets you skip right to the end of a match and thereby speed up your progress.
Take a look at the trailer for Football Manager Classic 2015:
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Check out the table below for a comparison between Football Manager Classic 2015 and Football Manager Handheld 2015:
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