Weekly Gaming Roundup

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Try Your Skills With Trick Soccer Championship 2004

Trick Soccer Championship, developed by AIM Productions, features three mini games focused on the goal of becoming a professional soccer player. A virtual coach helps to improve skills such as technique, ball control, and aiming skills with three different training drills: kickoff training, the penalty program, and the footbag exercise.

Two gameplay modes are included, as well as three difficulty levels. A soccer-inspired soundtrack is also included, along with a high score table and simple gameplay controls.

A Pocket PC handheld with an ARM or XScale processor, 4 MB of Storage and 2 MB of working memory is required. A Windows Mobile Smartphone version is also available.

Trick Soccer Championship is $4.99 and is available from Handango.

Burgerama Released for Pocket PC

Ballshooter Games has released Burgerama for Pocket PC handhelds. The game follows the career of a new employee who starts as a janitor but can work his way up to general manager if the right decisions are made.

The game is normally $14.95 but is now available for the introductory price of $9.95. For more information or online purchase, visit the Ballshooter Games web site.

Volley Balley Hits Multiple Platforms

Absolutist has released Volley Balley for Palm OS and Pocket PC handhelds. This game features beach volleyball with 3D animation, and a realistic physics engine. An online tournament keeps track of player high scores across all platforms.

Volley Balley is available now for $16.95 for Palm OS 5 and Pocket PC devices with high res color screens. Windows and Mac OS versions are also available.

For more information, a free trial download, or online purchase, visit the Absolutist web site.

Elements Interactive Unleashes E-Ball For Pocket PC and Windows Mobile

E-Ball for Pocket PC is a Breakout-style arcade game featuring 150 levels of play, as well as secret bonus levels. Gameplay controls and sound are fully configurable, and sound effects and background music are provided by DJ PWB. Collectible bonuses, powerups and a “tilt” function add to the gameplay variety. An online high score table is also available. Pocket PC or Windows Mobile Smartphone required. E-Ball is available now for $6.99 at .


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