Capriders: Euro Soccer, a 22-player local-multiplayer soccer game featuring 8 playable European teams from developer 3 Go Games, has launched its Steam Greenlight campaign. According to 3 Go Games, in Capriders: Euro Soccer, players must cooperate with their teammates in this massive local-multiplayer soccer game and score more goals than their opponents to win the match. You can watch the trailer for the game below.
In Capriders: Euro Soccer, each player will take control of a footballer and try to win their way in a variety of stadiums, each with their own twists and peculiarities, such as: Flipper Arena, Pool Palace, Circle Garden, Infinite Stadium and more. If you feel like a Pro, challenge your friends in a 2v2 or 3v3 match on the Competitive Arena.
The game is set to have a number of features upon its release, including:
Local-multiplayer with up to 22 players.
Supports up to 8 game pads.
Use your iPhone or Android phone as a controller by downloading our app.
8 playable European teams, with caricatures of famous players.
Many arenas to play on, each with its own twists.
Customize team formations and tweak match settings
Multiple game modes
3 Go Games have also said that players will get to choose among multiple game modes and 8 European teams: Germany, England, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Portugal and Belgium, each featuring line ups inspired by famous football players – however it doesn’t see like any famous players will actually be appearing in the game. So far, it is unclear as to whether or not more teams will be added to Capriders: Euro Soccer before or after its release.
The developers have also said that the game has already been released on Google Play and the App Store, and it seems that a Steam Greenlight is just a stepping stone to fully releasing the game on Steam. You can find Capriders: Euro Soccer on Steam Greenlight here.
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