Boom Boom Football Launches Alongside NFL 2015 Season

The 2015 NFL season has officially kicked off, and for those fans who like to like to stay on top of the action even when they're not watching the game, they can play the game instead. Boom Boom Football just recently launched on the Play Store with a slightly more casual, but still action packed, football game that's as easy to play as it is fun. Instead of playing as just the football players themselves, Boom Boom Football lets gamers take on the role of the team manager, and by collecting various football player cards you can build a team that can take you to victory against others in high-intensity PvP gameplay.

At launch the game features more than 300 different player cards to collection, but more will be added in future updates to continually expand the possible roster of players that you can collect. Once gamers have their team set they can take things to the field and battle against other real life players, with the game's biggest moments unfolding in a highlight reel of epic plays. Each turn you take will be based on the cards you select but will give you the opportunity to enhance the play or increase the chances of success by interacting with the real-time actions on screen, which are buttons you'll see pop up right after you start each play.

While Boom Boom Football gives you the ability to engage in longer game types, you can cut past everything and enter into Quick Mode if you don't have a lot of time to play but still want a little bit of game time. You can play games to earn cash and new player cards, but there will also be bowl games and events to participate in which also reward players with some great items. Gamers can even customize things like the look of their players and their team colors so if you're big on customization you'll have a decent amount of it here. Boom Boom Football is free to play and is already live in the Play Store. It's doesn't give you quite the control you might get with Madden NFL Mobile, but with some good graphics built in Unity and plenty of fun gameplay, it could be a great little game for those times when you only have five or ten minutes.

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