Time to free-kick some soccer balls! The object of this game is to kick as many soccer balls into the goal as you can. The game gets harder as it progresses, and you can earn bonus points
by kicking the ball to set points on the goal net marked by a star. Kicking the ball is done by left clicking with your mouse on the gauges at the bottom of the screen. There are four gauges on for
each of direction, power, pitch and swerve. Direction chooses which way the ball travels. Pitch determines the angle of the ball, swerve determines the amount of bend the ball will travel around the
goalkeeper, and power will ensure your ball reaches the goal. If you miss the goal your game is over and you start again. Choose from one of three era's 1930, 1978 or 2006.
As the name suggests, the Free Kick game is all about sinking as many free kicks as you can. The game is fun and addicting to play, and easy at first. There's one catch however: the game will get more and more difficult as you get better and better with your kicks.
If you wish to double your score, you need to strike through the star icon on your screen as you kick the ball to the goal net.
With Free Kick, you can try to score as manygoals as you want – and challenge your friends one-on-one in a kicking game! You can practice day in and day out to make sure that you can beat your pals in a fun game of Free Kick.
To play Free Kick, you need to set the power, swerve, pitch, and direction of the ball perfectly. You just need to click the gauge in order to determine the following factors in your shot.
Direction determines the course of the ball, while Pitch corresponds to the angle of the shot. Setting the swerve helps you avoid the defender or the goalkeeper, while the power determines the force you give to make sure the ball hits the goal.
What's great about this game is that you have three playing settings to choose from. The 1930 modeshows when the game started, and in true fashion, the playing field is set in black and white. The second is 1978, when the game peaked, and shows players in afros battling it out in a green field. The last is 2006, which represents the modern era of Soccer. You get to play out on fine AstroTurf, as the goalie tries to block your shot.
With the many settings and options of Free Kick, this game will truly captivate your imagination!