As the controls for regular football games on consoles become increasingly complex, and the games become harder and harder to play in the ridiculously high-scoring manner they used to be, why has no one yet created a playground football game? You could have a gain that ranged through all the permutations from three-and-in on a tiny space to massive forty-a-side scrambles across a giant playground, with options that included things like ball type and size (my school limited us to nothing bigger than a tennis ball, for instance), through the age of the players to the number of other games going on concurrently within the same approximate space.
What Would Brian Boitano Do?
- 'Darkness cannot drive out darkness, only light can do that; hate cannot drive out hate, only love can do that.' (Martin Luther King) about 3 hours ago from Carbon for Android ReplyRetweetFavorite
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