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IOSoccer is a free non-commercial competitive third-person online multiplayer soccer game that offers unparalleled freedom in ball control and gameplay depth. Originally released 15 years ago under the full name International Online Soccer as a Half-Life mod, the game was later ported to the Source Engine and re-released in 2008. Since the last public release, the game’s code has been completely rewritten, new player models created, and countless new gameplay features added. Features: Unparalleled freedom in ball control and gameplay depth : The combination of a third-person camera together with mouse and keyboard input gives you full control over your dribbling, shooting, and passing. Skill moves : Show your mastery of the game with bicycle kicks, diving headers, ball flicks, and precision dribbling. Flexible team sizes : Whether you prefer 4v4 street games or our standard 8v8 matchups, we support everything from 1 to 11 players per side. AI and human goalkeepers : You can let the server control the keeper or take its position yourself on the fly. Public matches : Join and leave public servers with casual matches whenever you want to. Competitive matches : Participate with your club, national team or mix team in leagues and cups organized by the community. Dedicated servers : Use our official dedicated servers or rent your own one from a hoster of your choice. Player customization : Set your shirt name, pick your shirt number and choose your ethnicity, hair style, shoes, keeper gloves, ball, and sleeve length. Instant replays and highlights : Watch goals again from the TV camera's perspective right after they happened and use intermissions to catch up on chances you missed. Goal celebrations : Choreograph your team's goal celebrations with various animations. Warm up mode : Practice shots on your own goalkeeper during warm up before the match where every player has their own ball. Custom assets : Make your own maps, team kits, balls, shoes, and keeper gloves. 100% free : No microtransactions or any other hidden costs.
Release date
Jun 8, 2018
IOSoccer Team
IOSoccer Team
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® 7
  • Processor: 2 GHz Processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® 9 level Graphics Card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX® 9 compatible
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Last Modified: Aug 23, 2019

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IOSoccer reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Early access review IOS is a game where you have to invest to learn how to play. The gameplay: the game is played in the third person you can play as well a leading striker as the goalkeeper. So it's especially up to you to adapt to the situation best. The grip is still not obvious, the game has many subtleties (well thought anyway) that you have to know to progress well. The Exchange with the community is therefore important if we want to progress. The game is however a game based on the skill and skills of each. You will soon learn that you can be a better defender than a goalkeeper or a better defender than a striker. Graphics: this does not break the House, the graphic remains sober even if it is a little dated. Sound: relatively good quality but it comes back to the same thing as graphics, "do its Taff" but nothing extraordinary. Community: it is mainly thanks to her that you will progress. most "elders" are there to help you progress, learn and evolve. Their goal is not totally selfless because the community that formed around the game grew up every day thanks to clubs, AIX tournaments and events that are organized. However, when you play the game, integration into the community quickly becomes mandatory if you want to participate in all of this. In short, I advise the game for its immersion and for those who wish to play a football game more conscientiously.
Translated by
Microsoft from French
Early access review international online soccer is a football game where you run your own player in the field, this game was first a mod of half life 1, which was created around 2005/2006, then the source mod arrived at 2008, and recently updated on 9 June 2018, with an early access release as an official game. It takes a few hours of play at the beginning to get it right. Yes, it is really not obvious at first when you arrive on a server with players who have experience and who know how to take the ball, dribbled, and others, which can frustrated the new players and make them go away. For this it is better to train alone in MOD tutorial to know how to keep the ball at the foot, how pulled (firing power, shooting height), etc... for this, it's quite simple to explain, but a little more complicated when playing. You have to understand how the Hitbox works between 2 players during a duel, which gives an impression of lag or that the game bug (it depends how the characters are placed, sometimes you feel nothing at all), it's just a slight collision that happens between the 2 jou When one wants to take the ball and the other defends it. but this sensation of bug will be corrected as and when to "soften" and no longer feel it. Graphically, yes it's not a FIFA, it's a game created by football addict, based on the engine of half life 2. Despite this, the game improves as and when, unlike other early access, the devs keep it regularly updated. the community grows as the days go by, and we hope that the community will grow. Teams are present on the official discord, of which you can apply and join one of these teams to participate in the Championship. (http://efa-ios.com/). You can also register to participate in mixed matches by going to the official discord, sections 8vs8 or 4vs4, if you want to avoid the free games filled with screaming kids, and play between serious player. If you love football, team play, performance, get better and set up a team at the top of the leaderboard, don't hesitate to try it, it's worth it, and in + it's free. NB: I will try to make a tutorial written on the steam forum for French players who start on the game.
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