Square Enix has officially launched Championship Manager 17 on Android devices, and they're boasting it as "simply the best champ man ever" to get you even more excited about managing your Football club to the point of completely and total victory. Yes, it's true, Square Enix is not just about games in the RPG and puzzle genres. Mobile games have certainly come a long way over the years, and there are games to fit just about every personal taste out there. For those that prefer sports games but also like the challenge of management games, this title should do well to fulfill that desire. The game is complete with loads of clubs to manage across a wide array of different countries, and there are other new things added to look out for.
To start, players have loads of choices as there are a total of 15 countries to pick from. On top of that, there are 450 clubs that you can manage from those countries collectively, and 25 leagues to play through. Some of the countries include England, Germany, Spain, Italy, Singapore, and more, while leagues include options like the English Premier, La Liga and more. As this game is a management type, gamers should be expecting to take control of players on the field like they would in a game like FIFA, and instead should be prepared for an experience that offers a more complex gameplay aspect.
Championship Manager 17 supports multiple languages including English, French, Italian, Spanish, and others, which is likely to be expected of a game of this nature, and is more or less pretty common with many games on Android these days. This version of the game boasts some unlisted all-new features as well as a revamped interface that Square Enix says is simpler to use, which should be a good thing for anyone who may be considering testing this type of game out for the very first time. Although not all of Square Enix' games are free titles, Championship Manager 17 won't cost you cent, that is unless you decide to spend some of your hard earned real money on in-app purchases which are present. Having said that these are as always optional.