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Play soccer matches between England, Sweden, Spain, and Italy with full commentary.
Play a match between England and Argentina with this gameplay-focused soccer sim.
Try out soccer matches between England, Sweden, Spain, and Italy.
*****DOWNLOAD FOR FREE FROM ITUNES TODAY!DRIBBLE YOUR IPHONE OR IPOD LIKE A REAL BASKETBALL!*****Cant practice basketball because you dont have a...
It's time to get your dribble on!Hear the crowds roar as you finger dribble the football inside the line...but hit the sides and hear the referees...
Ever try dribbling 2 balls at once? I tried once and it was pretty hard, just like this game.Sounds from http://www.freesfx.co.uk
Dribble Football is a football game that will work on another aspect of the football game and through playing this game, you will have to...
Dribble is a fascinating puzzle game. There are 4 levels of drip. Tap the green drips of water on the screen in order to explode them. One drip...
Dribble the Ball and shoot it to the net!Tap the screen to fly the ball high.Two taps are allowed before a bounce.The ball is changed as the score...
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