World's First Barcode-Scanning Football Management Game Now Available for Free on Android DevicesSANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 20, 2014 — (PRNewswire) — Think you have what it takes to be the greatest football manager? Find out in Barcode Football, now available worldwide on the Google Play store! Developer Cybird and publisher PlayNext, Inc. have just announced the release of the free-to-play sports management game for select Android devices, following hot on the heels of the recent iOS launch.
Barcode Football has already found a huge following in Asia, with over 2.5 million downloads. Now Android users everywhere can join in the fun and pit their personally constructed football teams against their peers for spoils and glory. The game also features competitive daily cups in which the top teams battle for star players, rare items, and more.
Looking for new players? Look no further than the household items on your desk! Scan any barcode to immediately draft a new player into the game and make exciting plays in full 3D animation.
"Barcode Football has been such a phenomenon in Asia, and we're thrilled to bring it to the rest of the world," said JT Nguyen, COO of PlayNext. "The competitive cups, wide customization options, and unique barcode-scanning feature combine to make it a game that appeals to both casual and hardcore football fans alike."
Barcode Football is available now for free on select Android devices from the Google Play store. The game is also available on the Apple App Store. Keep up with all the latest events, news, and updates at the official Facebook page.
About PlayNext, Inc.
PlayNext is a leader in publishing and developing high-quality free-to-play games in the fast-paced mobile market. With a focus on mid- and hardcore gamers, PlayNext aims to bring innovative, fun, and engaging experiences to its global community. For more information, visit http://www.playnext.com.
Cybird is a leading Japanese mobile game and content publisher and developer. Cybird started its business at the same time as mobile Internet services emerged in Japan. Since then, Cybird has been growing its business by providing various services. At present, Cybird is expanding its game business mainly for smartphone users on the App Store and Google Play, phone carriers such as NTT DoCoMo, KDDI, and Softbank, and platforms such as GREE, Mobage, and Ameba.
SOURCE PlayNext, Inc.
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