It has enough strategy and depth for hardcore college football gamers, but is still totally engaging for casual players who just want to build the best campus they can.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 06, 2015
Today Longshot Games announced a Kickstarter campaign for Bobblehead College Football, the first college football game for Facebook and iPad.
In Bobblehead College Football, the player builds a campus from the ground up to maximize their team’s potential. They build game-day vendors and tailgate parties to draw in revenue, use that money to buy training fields and medical centers, and upgrade their stadium to bring in the best recruits.
Once they’ve recruited and trained a team of world-class athletes, it’s time to take them onto the football field against other players from around the world. With a deep and engaging football simulation, each coach's play-calling and player selection will be tested to the limit. With every win, the player moves up through the leaderboards, as well as getting more money and fans for their team.
As a Kickstarter campaign, Bobblehead College Football offers fans a chance to influence development of a game like never before. Pledge levels include membership in the beta test, naming recruits, and early access to team names and logos.
“This is a football game for everyone,” said Josh Brown, president of Longshot Games. “It has enough strategy and depth for hardcore college football gamers, but is still totally engaging for casual players who just want to build the best campus they can."
Build Your Own Campus - Every player builds a campus according to their sense of style and strategy, placing roads, stadiums, vendors, practice fields, a Hall of Fame, and more.
Competitive Multiplayer Play - Take a team up against other players online, and crush the competition with smart play-calling.
Recruit Your Team - Compete for recruits from all 50 states against other players.
About Longshot Games
Longshot Games is a game studio consisting of veterans from nearly every major football franchise, including EA’s Madden, NCAA, NFL Street, NFL Head Coach, and 2K's NFL series. It is headed by Josh Brown, a former developer on Madden, NFL Head Coach, and NFL Street.