In 2015, developer Psyonix released Rocket League, a game that combines football-style sports gameplay with fast-moving vehicles replacing human players. The game has become a huge hit on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC platforms. Today, a developer called Zero Four Games launched Turbo League, which has more than a cursory resemblance to Rocket League, for iOS and Android.
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Much like Rocket League, Turbo League offers players the chance to drive fast cars with rocket-assisted engines through futuristic-looking arenas, in an effort to smash a ball into a goal. The game includes online multiplayer support for two teams of three players each, and it also offers cross-platform support for Android and iOS players, so you won’t struggle for gamers.
The game includes a decal editor for you to make visual changes to your Turbo League cars. It even has its own messaging system that will allow players to invite their friends to play online. While the game is free to download and play, be aware that it does support in-app purchases.
If you’ve downloaded and played both Rocket League and Turbo League, what are your first impressions? Is the Turbo League at the same level as its inspiration? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!