A new version of the hugely popular PC football management game Championship Manager has launched for iPhone for just £1.79, publisher Square Enix has announced.
Championship Manager Legends: 1970’s is described as ‘a new take on the football management genre’.
Developed by Beautiful Game Studios, the firm says the title “lets you take over clubs from across Europe throughout some of the biggest decades in football, jam-packed with all the great features seen in Championship Manager 2011 as well as a revamped art style to reflect the best (and worst) of the decade plus authentic news stories that really help capture the era.”
“The 1970’s was an era of fantastic footballers including Johan Cruyff, Kenny Dalglish and Luis Arconada. Now for the first time in Championship Manager you can manage these legendary players and their classic teams,” said Roy Meredith, General Manager at Beautiful Game Studios.
“We’ve also packed the game with authentic news stories from the decade so you feel fully immersed as you play through from 1970/71 – 1979/80.”
Championship Manager Legends: 1970’s is now available at a ‘special Christmas price’ of just £1.79.

Paul Younger
Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Founder of the world's first gaming cafe and Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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