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Soccer Up 3D announced for Nintendo 3DS

Posted by Dave Seaman on Friday, 16 March 2012

14th March 2012, Barcelona, Spain. EnjoyUp Games announces Soccer Up 3D on Nintendo 3DS™.

Julio Moruno Game Designer of EnjoyUp Games
“We're very happy to offer soon Football Up 3D to Nintendo 3DS™ players. We're very thankful for player support of WiiWare version, which is still a success.”


Soccer Up 3D

The soccer game that triumphs in Europe, now arrives stronger than ever to Nintendo 3DS™.

Soccer Up 3D! is a funny soccer game that allows you a total control of any action of your team players: Control the ball, dribble and shoot with effect to confuse the goalkeeper and score a goal!

The ball has inertia and will move freely over the field. Show your ability to control it and make short and long passes. Choose the height, effect and power before shooting to the goal. Become a soccer master and make your rival defenders tremble!

Each country has its national team. You can create your own team with the in-game editor: give it the name you like, choose its equipment and the most important, play with your Mii™ saved on the Mii Maker™ of your Nintendo 3DS™.


  • Full 3D: With a new Isometric 3D view.
  • Up to four player with a single game!!!
  • Free Control Ball, the ball has inertial free movement and you’ll need to control it first.
  • Total control of height, direction and effect in each pass and shoot you make.
  • Create your own teams using your Mii™.
  • Play the World Cup and League Modes!

Format:  Nintendo 3DS
Out:  TBA

About EnjoyUp Games

Innovative developer in the gaming industry, EnjoyUp Games born with a team with more than 15 years of experience on the entertainment sector and the idea of revolutionize the concept of video game, a young company with strong principle of contribute with new and fun game forms.

Our philosophy is create new products that give new sensations to the player. We have
achieved this with our ambitious and original project Chronos Twins, a game never seen were the action runs on two screens at once with a new concept of time.

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