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Madden NFL 10 coming to iPhone, iPod touch

updated 03:40 pm EDT, Mon August 24, 2009

Madden 10 for iPhone soon

EA has announced an upcoming iPhone version of Madden NFL 10, its current flagship sports game. The iPhone port includes all 32 NFL teams, and a collection of real-world stadiums; plays are narrated by John Madden as well as Tom Hammond and Cris Collinsworth. Gamers can compete in individual matches, or in a season mode which involves more elaborate strategy.

Seasonal gameplay allows for roster management, trading players between teams, or picking from a collection of free agents. In the middle of a match gamers have access to Action Control Time, which lets users slow events down in other to adjust tactics. Unique to Madden on the iPhone are special touch controls, such the option of drawing custom passing plays. EA has not announced a price or a release date for the game.




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  1. doctor9

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Wow...

    It must be a Fantasy Football version because in the screen shot, Michael Vick is actually in a game playing QB for the Eagles!

  1. dynsight

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Big and slow?

    This is a game I will buy (I don't buy a lot of games) but I wonder how well it will run and how much space it will take.

    A head to head option would be beautiful, but ain't gonna happen :(

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