EA Sports drops FIFA 12, NBA Jam into Google Play Store

EA Sports drops FIFA 12, NBA Jam into Google Play Store

Basketball and football (soccer) fans brace yourself, EA Sports has hit us with a 1-2 punch this week, releasing FIFA 12 and NBA Jam in the Google Play Store.  While some of you may be too young to remember sitting around a Super Nintendo to play the basketball game, we definitely recommend checking out the 90’s classic.  It’s definitely got the old-school feel but with a current NBA roster.  Weighing in at 300MB+, it’s certainly one of the biggest games we’ve encountered so be sure to hop on Wi-Fi.

NBA Jam offers three game modes:

  • Play Now – Select a team and jump right into the ballgame.
  • Classic Campaign – Defeat all other teams to win the championship, and unlock legends, hidden players, and outrageous cheats.
  • Local Multiplayer – Go big head 2 big head against a friend via local WiFi or Bluetooth

FIFA 12 builds on the popular football series and features more than 22 official leagues, 500 teams, and 15,000 players.  EA has updated the mechanics of the game for this year’s release, making it easier than ever to control your player and the ball.

Master free kicks and penalty shots with full touch control. Get in the game with realistic 360° player movement and gesture-driven skill moves. Pull off defense-splitting passes, rifling shots, penalty kicks, and pro-style tricks.

Download NBA Jam for Android 2.2+ devices  and FIFA 12 for 2.1+ devices.

NBA Jam (Google Play)

FIFA 12 (Google Play)

 

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