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South Africa 2010 Instructions
South Africa 2010 is controlled by using the mouse. Click once to set the direction of your kick, click a second time to set the curvature of your kick, and click once more to set the power of your kick and kick the ball.
South Africa 2010
South Africa 2010 Walkthrough
South Africa 2010 is a soccer game (or association football game for international players) that takes place at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. This soccer game features and the teams of thirty-two countries!
At the beginning of South Africa 2010, you will be prompted to select your team. The team that you choose has no effect on actual gameplay, so you can be patriotic and represent your home country or just select whichever team you wish to play as. This soccer game follows the same rules as the real life World Cup tournament. First, you will have to play against three teams in your group. After beating these teams, you will move on to the knockout phase, essentially a round-robin tournament. If you win four matches in the knockout phase, you will win the championship!
South Africa 2010 focuses on penalty kicks rather than the full game of association football. Each round places the opposing team with a score advantage; it is your job to make a comeback victory for your team! You are given five chances to kick goals. If you make enough points to outscore your opponent by one, you will win the match and advance to the next. If all five kicks are taken and your team hasn't won, you will lose the match.
The mouse is the only control device used in South Africa 2010. When your player first lines up to kick, an arrow will move left and right determining the angle of your shot. Click the left mouse button to stop this arrow and set the direction of your kick, after which a red line will bend back and forth. Click one again to stop this line and set the curvature of your shot. Finally, another arrow will appear, growing from small to large and shrinking back again. This arrow indicates the power of your kick. Click one last time to set the power of your kick. This system is easy to use once you get the hang of it, but be sure to note the wind speed and direction, indicated by an orange flag to the left of the goal.
South Africa 2010 is a simple soccer game that casual gamers will enjoy. The festivities of the 2010 World Cup may be over, but you can relive the excitement in South Africa 2010, without having to tolerate annoying vuvuzela!