Realistic, fun-to-play soccer sim for Android
Please note that PES 2012 is currently unavailable from the Google Play store. View full description
- Fluid gameplay
- Three control systems
- Lots of game modes
- Online multiplayer and community features
- Master League-style 'Super Challenge'
- Great graphics and animation
- Lack of licensed teams and players
- Occasional player animation glitches
Please note that PES 2012 is currently unavailable from the Google Play store.
PES 2012 is an Android version of the popular soccer game, also known as Pro Evolution Soccer. It's a realistic soccer simulation with lots of challenges and game modes to play.
What you get
Based around all the gameplay elements that made Pro Evo 2011 for Android so much fun, PES 2012 brings more fast, fluid soccer action to the mobile platform. The graphics and animation are realistic, as are the sound effects and background jeering and cheering. With three different control systems, you should be able to find a comfortable way for you to play PES 2012.
There are plenty of game modes in PES 2012 to keep you occupied for hours. You can play a quick match, exhibition, UEFA Champions League/Europa League season, and domestic league/cup.
What's new in PES 2012
New for the mobile version of PES 2012 is the Super Challenge, which is the equivalent of Master League in the full Pro Evo 2012 game. Here you get to lead a team to victory in season mode, making transfers, picking the team and playing out league and cup matches.
One nice addition to PES 2012 is that you can use the team you build in Super Challenge to take on your buddies online in a Match Challenge. This version of PES includes more community features, including Facebook integration where you can share your performances and lay down challenges to opponents.
Another fun section is the Free Kick Challenge, where you shoot a series of free kicks, trying to get them as close to the target as possible within a given time. This is a great mini-game within PES 2012 that's perfect to pick up and play. It's more technical than Flick Football, and arguably more fun, too.
PES 2012 doesn't have all the officially licensed players, which may bother some purists. However, it's a fun game to play and there's plenty here to keep you playing for weeks.
- Improved the stability and downloading time of the additional assets
- Fixed minor bugs