FIFA 10, the football game that bestrides the gaming world like a shorts-wearing colossus, has hit the iPhone.
We asked our local FIFAnauts to take the iPhone version for a kickabout, and they liked how the game included many of the features that make the full console and PC versions of the game so successful, despite the stripped-down two-button control.
There are six different camera angles and slow motion replays, you can work your way up from a kid with a dream in the Be a Pro mode, or you can play god in the Manager Mode. You can even take on your fellow iPhoners with a multiplayer mode that connects over Wi-Fi.
The game includes 12,650 players, 570 teams and 30 leagues, from real-life teams in leagues around the world for the 2009/2010 season.
For a full run-down of the game's goodness, you can read the FIFA 10 review (of the grown up PS3 version) on our sister site GameSpot.com -- and if you're a keen gamer on your mobile, check out its new mobile gaming section while you're at it.
FIFA 10 costs £5.99 in the Apple App Store (iTunes link).