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Football Manager Touch 2016 out now for iPad and Android tablets

Football Manager Touch 2016 – a beefed up version of the mobile management simulator – is now available to buy for select iPads and Android tablets.

Sega and Sports Interactive’s title sits between the main PC and Mac title and the Football Management Mobile 2016 game, both of which were released last month.

It allows gamers to focus on the core managerial duties while also enjoying the in-game experience of the 3D match engine, featuring enhanced tactical options, set-piece planning and the ability to give your players instructions to combat members of the opposition.

The single player game offers access to 600,000 real-world players in 137 leagues across 51 countries.

The new Touch game will also feature the new Create A Club mode, while saved games can be accessed on the mobile and desktop versions.

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The game will set players back a little more then the simpler Football Manager Mobile 2016 game. It’s £14.99/$19.99 compared with the £5.99/$8.99 cost of the mobile game.

It is compatible with iPad Air 1 & 2, iPad Pro and iPad mini 2, 3 & 4 as well as Android tablets running KitKat and up.

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