Striker Soccer 2 Cheats And Tips
While Striker Soccer 2 isn't likely to steal too many customers away from FIFA 14 anytime soon, it's a fairly fun recreation of the sport in its own right, and it's a game that gives you plenty to do - even if that means you do have to fork over a few dollars to enjoy extended gameplay sessions.
To help you get the most out of the time you do spend with the game, we've put together some useful starter tips.
How can I skip ads in Striker Soccer 2
The only way to get rid of the adverts in Striker Soccer 2 is to hand over $0.99 - the goods news is that once you do this, they're gone for good. This might be a good idea if you never intend to play Hay Day...
How do I improve a player's speed in Striker Soccer 2?
There are two different speed upgrade levels you can give to your player - a 25 and a 50% boost. Make sure you've gathered enough coins first though, as the 25% boost costs 200 coins, while the 50% boost costs 375.
How do I play more games in Striker Soccer 2?
When you first start you have four games available, but they move along rather quickly. After you finish these games, you'll either need to wait for the meter to refill - a couple of hours or so - or pay a few dollars for an immediate top-up.
How does stamina work in Striker Soccer 2?
Just like the speed boosts available to your footballer, you can add a 25% and a 50% boost to their stamina levels, helping them go further for longer. The costs are the same as the speed upgrades.
How does the Competitions mode work in Striker Soccer 2?
This mode allows you to challenge a number of players from all over the world, and compete in matches to earn more coins. These leagues include Chinese, Liga Espanola, the English League and a number of others. With over 300 teams in total, you'll have no shortage of competition.
Each league has several teams which you can take on, although you may need to spend a few dollars to score some extra games in order to keep playing. Once you've beaten one league, you can reap the rewards and move right on to the next.
How can I improve player control in Striker Soccer 2?
There's another two-level system at play here again, although there's a little more detail to consider. The 25% boost (200 coins) gives you a much lower chance of losing the ball to an opponent, while the 50% boost (375 coins) makes your player much more adapt at handling the ball. Both are worthy investments.
What's the difference between a Kids Friendly Match and a Friendly Match in Striker Soccer 2?
Kids Friendly games ease up on the difficulty a little bit, making players less aggressive when it comes to stealing the ball or blocking your shots. It also allows you to make more sliding tackles, with less chance of being shown a yellow card by the referee. If you're a more serious player, you'll want to stick with Friendly Match, but kids may enjoy the lighter mode more.
How can I improve my player's shooting in Striker Soccer 2?
All that great dribbling won't mean a thing if you can't put the ball in the back of the net. Again, there's a 25% and a 50% boost system available that should add plenty of finesse to your shots. The costs are the same as the other upgrades in the game.
Do I need to purchase Team Edit in Striker Soccer 2?
Be aware that this mode will only allow you to edit your teams and tweak their uniforms - fun, but far from necessary if all you want to do is play the game. It's not so much a new game mode as a cosmetic upgrade.
How can I improve my defensive skills in Striker Soccer 2 for iOS?
If the shoe - or rather boot - has found itself on the other foot, and you need to hold the opposition at bay, it's definitely worth spending some of your coins on these 25%/50% boosts. Both of these increased attributes will make you better at both defender interception, and goalkeeper shot-stopping. A two-tier bonus for one, in other words.
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