Be ahead of the competition, try out different strategies to win!

Be ahead of the competition, try out different strategies to win!

Take the time to learn the game.  Once you know how to play you can try out different strategies.  These are just 3 but there are many more:   Go for the quick win:  Try to get your Star Player to your opponent’s Goal Line to win the game as quick as you can. Your opponent will be expecting this so you may want to confuse your opponent by attacking with different Youth Players; Protect your Star Player:  Keep you Star Player as safe as you can and attack with your First Teamers to reveal your opponent’s Star Player; Use your Substitute wisely: Your substitute can have a big impact on the game if used at the right...
Ages 8 to 80 and above – Anyone can be the player to beat in the football world’s strategy game

Ages 8 to 80 and above – Anyone can be the player to beat in the football world’s strategy game

‘Goalscorer’ has been described as the football world’s strategy game. The game is designed for players of all ages, whether interested in the game of football or not, as a way of competing against each other on ‘level playing field’. What do we mean by a ‘level playing field’? Younger age groups have an advantage when playing computer games that replicate real-time activities such as football due to increased dexterity and reaction times, but anyone from any age group over the age of 8 (or younger) can become a great Goalscorer player. Traditional strategy games such as Chess or Checkers have a similar look to the game of Goalscorer but they’re pure strategy games with no element of chance. This makes it virtually impossible for a novice player to beat a more experienced opponent. In the same way as ‘giant killings’ can happen in football cup competitions, a novice player can beat a more experienced player in the game of Goalscorer by adopting a winning strategy....
Introducing the Goalscorer Strategy Game

Introducing the Goalscorer Strategy Game

The Goalscorer strategy game was originally developed as a variant to classic games such as Chess and Draughts/Checkers. A basic free play demo version of the game is shown on this website. The version of the game shown on this website is based on football (soccer if in the US), although the game template can be adapted for other sports. Let us know what you think by completing the Player Survey. Before you do it’s important to learn how to play the game first and play it a few times. If you don’t beat your computer (AI) opponent first time you should do before long as the AI ‘isn’t the sharpest tool in the box’.    ...
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