DescriptionA new and fun way to test your football knowledge of players career histories. More of a game than a normal soccer quiz. Make up to six links from a random selection of over 200 players and 20 teams. Thousands of game combinations mean you'll never get bored.
Of the baseball game version, philsfan1953 gave it 5 stars on amazon and said'
"This game is very, very tough, even for the "expert fans"! I really enjoy the challenge and try to improve each time I play. My adult sons and I have a competition when we get together and they can do better since the players are all present day! I would love to see an "old timers" version for those of us who know baseball from the fifties and sixties better than todays players. Overall, it is an excellent game and really makes you think about who played where!"
In go6 Premier League Players Quiz game you need to link current players to the current Premier League teams they have played for.
ARSENAL have a player YOSSI BENAYOUN who played for CHELSEA who used to have a player SEAN WRIGHT-PHILLIPS who also played for MANCHESTER CITY who used to have a player CARLO NASH.
Players and teams can be linked because the player currently, or has previously played for the club (this includes loan spells and trainee status).
Players cannot be linked to players and teams cannot be linked to teams.
Includes summer 2012 transfers.
v3 has some excellent new features:
In Single Player mode use AutoPlay to learn how to play;
In Two Player mode you play against The Machine (it is never wrong!). A serious test of your knowledge;
The Machine tells you the maximum number of items that can be linked on the screen;
Earn Achievement awards when you reach specific targets;
Eight Levels of play to continue to challenge you as you improve;
Levels 1 -4 have a pool of 177 Premier League players;
Levels 5 - 8 have a pool of 220 Premier League Players;
Use Swarm Leaderboards to compete with your friends or just the rest of the world!
Full list of the 220 players and the clubs they have played at;
The facts have been obtained from the Soccerbase web site (http://www.sovverbase.com) and are accurate for 2012/2013 season.