Ah, Madden. It’s refreshing to see such a successful, well-known game franchise come out on mobile platforms. As much as I like mobile gaming, nobody makes games better than console developers. In fact, it seems as if EA and EA Sports (the people behind Madden and many other console/PC games) have been one of the big bread winners in the mobile game industry. Let’s jump right in, shall we?
– This game really stays true to the series. While some platform ports (mobile or otherwise) have been a bit of a letdown in the past, I think any Madden fan will enjoy this one.
– Awesome controls. As far as switching a console(ish) game to touchscreen goes, these guys really came down with some of the best controls I’ve seen on mobile thus far.
– It’s free. Not only is it free, in-app purchases really aren’t’ mandatory to enjoy the experience. In fact, I haven’t blown a single cent on this game by using Madden NFL Mobile money hack and I still love it.
– The compatibility is great. According to their official AppStore page, the game is compatible with the iPod touch. Practically anyone can play this game.
Try it. It’s free so it can’t hurt. But I’ll tell you right now; if you didn’t like other madden NFL games, you won’t like this one. They did a great job of appealing to their hardcore fans and that can either be a good thing or a bad thing depending on whether or not you fall into that category.
Anyways, for the fans. While I don’t recommend selling all of your football games, I might be so bold as to say that the great game mechanics coupled with the convenience of the mobile experience may very well draw you away from your T.V. for a very long time.