Football Manager Handheld 2013 hits Google Play Store

Football fans, the global kind not the American football kind, may want to check out Sega’s latest update to their Football Manager Handheld series. Released yesterday, the new 4.0 version of the game is ready for the 2013 season. Football Manager Handheld 2013 has two different modes, a full career mode and a “Challenge Mode.” The challenge mode provides a series of short-term scenarios with very specific goals to be achieved. Full career mode gives players the ability manage any club from a choice of leagues in 14 different countries over the long haul. Players control their team’s player transfers, training, tactics, and overall management of the selected team.

Sega indicates the new 2013 version introduces in-app purchases. Players can choose from items that will help them advance their football management career, like expanding a stadium. The ability to buy new short-term challenges for the Challenge Mode will also be available. The update also added player photos if allowed, two new leagues – Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland, and various other improvements.

Football Manager Handheld 2013 will set you back $9.99 and requires Android 2.2 or better. To get your copy and start building your football empire, use one of the download links below.

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