Play Some Miniball Tap Football in between FIFA World Cup Matches
Article by George Norman
On 11 Jun 2014
Whilst you’re waiting for the FIFA World Cup 2014 to begin, why not play a nice game of Miniball Tap Football?

Once the World Cup commences, why not spend the free time in between matches, playing a nice game of Miniball Tap Football?

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With the FIFA World Cup just about to start, everybody is crazy about football – or soccer as it is called in the US. On Thursday, June 12, 2014, the FIFA World Cup will commence. And for 5 weeks the whole world will be focused on Brazil, the World Cup, and all the awesome football matches.

It’s the perfect time then to present Miniball Tap Football, a free game offered to Android users around the world by Naked Penguin Boy. The objective in this game is to score a goal. When the ball drops, you must tap the screen to have the ball jump over the players that are in the way. Jump over all the players, get the ball in the net, and you score a goal.

To better put things in perspective, here’s a video that quickly presents the Miniball Tap Football game.



Miniball Tap Football – Main Features
  • The objective is to score a goal, to get the ball in the net. Players will be in the way; just tap the screen and the ball will jump over them.
  • Achievements and leaderboards make the game more interesting.
  • Unlimited levels are available. You can play the game for hours and hours.
  • Having an internet connection is not required to play the game.

Miniball Tap Football is available for free on Google Play.
Additional information on Miniball Tap Football is available on the official Naked Penguin Boy webpage.

Since I started this article by mentioning the FIFA World Cup 2014, I am going to bring up some related news:
  • The official FIFA app for iOS and Android has been around for a few months. If you don’t have it yet, you may want to get it now.
  • The Internet Explorer Team, in partnership with ESPN FC, created and launched World Cup Essentials, a website described as the “one stop hub for World Cup content.”
  • If you’re going to watch the matches from home, on your Samsung Smart TV, then you need to know about Samsung’s Soccer Panel.
  • Mozilla introduced Goal.com, a slick Firefox sidebar that delivers up-to-the-minute soccer news directly from Brazil.




Tags: Miniball Tap Football, Android, Google, Play Store, game, app, football, FIFA, World Cup
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