New Star Manager
In between matches, New Star Manager almost plays out like some kind of card-based strategy game, as you build your deck/team and swap in player cards according to their health and ability stats. Do you play your star player up front again, or give the fitter, hungrier understudy a chance in the name of squad harmony? Do you dare use a skill-boosting training card on the eve of a big match when you know full well it will leave the player panting by half time?
New Star Manager
Playing in handheld mode also enables you to use an all-touch control system, which is actually much closer to the game's mobile origins. Playing the game in this fashion, we found that dribbling was more awkward and shooting a little less nailed-on, but it also massively expands the scope for audacious belters from distance. The difference in feel and rhythm is really quite stark.
So you say that this little game which looks like how FIFA did 20 years ago, is better than FIFA 19 which has licensing of over 15,000 real world players, a myriad of game modes (including manager mode), and an extensive online experience??
The Wii U was pretty starved of football experiences, with just the one FIFA game released on launch day and one or two lesser known titles on its eShop. Fortunately, the Switch has been more lucky in this department, with New Star Manager a new, lesser known release.
If you are a football lover and passionate, this is an excellent opportunity to express yourself. As a captain, you need to know how to help and train your team members to win the championship cup quickly. Whether you can become an elegant and kind manager depends entirely on how each person plays.
On Switch, you earn a pack of cards whenever you level up, whereas you earn diddly-squat for levelling on mobile. It means, on Switch, you have the tools to solve your managerial puzzle, and you aren't missing what you know is in the shop. You just have to work out how best to use them.
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New Star Manager is a football management game that adds to the acclaimed New Star. He blends the managerial aspect with a more arcade phase that is always tactical, which makes the player very involved in the various stages of the game. Belonging to the New Star series it also inherits its playability which makes it an uncommon product. Great game.
In New Star Manager you will not have to manage the game with an arcade type control, nor do you have to passively see the game and only issue orders from the bench like in other manager games.
It seems to be the trend recently to port free-to-play mobile games to home consoles. This started with Angry Birds and has become more and more common, with varying degrees of success. New Star Manager first released on mobile in 2018, then Steam, Switch, and now PS4. At a time when mobile gaming is a bit of a taboo word, and football games are dominated by FIFA and Football Manager, it will be interesting to see whether New Star Manager can make an impact on all those platforms.
That being said, in this awesome gameplay of New Star Manager, Android gamers will find themselves tackling all their problems as they immerse themselves in the awesome football management title. Take on the role of a manager and help your selected club from its crisis. Build your team and start joining competitive football leagues once again. Build your successes and get yourself named the New Star Manager in this awesome mobile title from Five Aces Publishing.
With the free version of the game on the Google Play Store available for all users. Android gamers can now have fun with their accessible gameplay of sport simulation in New Star Manager. Now, you can easily pick it up and start having fun with your ultimate sport adventures whenever you want to.
I started a thread about games I buy and never play - chief among them being football manager - this may be the footie manager game that I finally bond with, I even searched for players and signed a couple last night, which is usually where I give up on the big FM games.
I've started to build up some money and get to grips with the management menus & systems, its a tight balancing act at all times rotating players to keep up their energy and choose the matches to rest them up. The highlight though are the in game events, its really been beefed up since I abandoned New Star Soccer and you get some really cool passages of play that can be quite tense in a close match.
New Star Manager starts to get to you when things fall apart - my glorious first season promo push is falling apart with 3 straight defeats in the league and an unhappy group of players - I've mostly ignored their happiness to focus on energy and may have gone a bit first season Klopp at Liverpool and worn them all out - I won't post a running commentary of my season but @unleashedmaniac maniac said if you're on the fence (a few people seemed to be) then give New Star another chance - I vowed never again (and won't on my phone for free) but am so glad I went back.
So far I've not sold any key players amid all the offers, and I've the most I've spent is 10k on 26 year old central defender. My best new acquisitions have come from the Youth Team cards, and the Manager Levelling Up cards! I love the Youth Team cards, especially when they start as rookies, but the manager levelling up gifted players is a bit cheap; I was given a 46 young Striker absolutely free, miles better than my other strikers... Took away some of the satisfaction of looking for bargains, and keeping my existing 'star strikers' happy.
I don't really scout a team and look at their formation in terms of how it matches up to mine at all, I just look at if I'm playing a highly placed team or not and stick with my favoured formation tweaking the approach (attacking, counter, balanced) if I'm home or away. So away to a top 6 team I'll start on the counter.
Squeaky bum time in the run in for me now of my first season - think last time I finished a season in a football manager game was a summer holiday around 1982 with Kevin Toms Footy Manager on the speccy.
The players fatigue so easily that idea a constant rotation of the squad and you're left with off the or two tired players starting the match and only tired players on the bench. Still, it's addictive as all hell.
I feel I need to talk about my addiction to this game. I got the Switch version 2 weeks ago and according to the in game timer, and my baggy eyes will attest to this, I have played for 84 hours. I've won everything in 8 long seasons. I did the premier league twice so I could win the Champions League. Played 453, won 399, drew 36, lost 18. Had a 171 game unbeaten run, including 59 wins in a row. Biggest win was 8-0 against Dmzale (not sure who they are?). Worst defeat was a humiliating 7-1 to Walsall. Finished at manager level 99 I think.
When you win the top league in the country you are asked if you want to start again in another country. You lose everything, and start again. The only thing that remains is your stats (win ratio, time played, record wins/signings etc), it also keeps your achievements so it looks like it could be harder to level up as you wont be popping so many achievements (some continue, like 10,000 passes, 50 headers etc) but the easy ones like 'hire a scout' and 'score a goal' will already be claimed.
So, after accepting the Sheiks 2nd offer to start again, I am looking at my boggy pitch and group of part timers and wondering if I will go through all the highs and lows of addiction all over again and take this gang to the top of the J League.
Definitely agree about investing in youth players early on. I'm doing a lot better since I started avoiding the transfer market and focusing on developing what I had. Squad happiness counts for a lot (obviously a Solskjaer fan) and keeping management, contract and development concerns low is helping no end with getting my players doing what I want them to do.
I made the mistake of ploughing money into building extra stands quite early on without checking their effect on ticket sales. I've just got loads of empty seats every match, so I've had to jack the ticket prices up to increase revenue, the ungrateful bastards.
It can be quite annoying when an app from the App Store cannot be loaded and thus updated. The download or update is started, but only a fraction of the app is loaded after hours.Or an app like New Star Manager cannot be installed because the download does not start even though you are connected to the internet.
check Apple server statuscheck Google server status For Android: Empty the cache and delete the data in the Play StoreThis will restart the app completely and problems may be resolved.
This will be the first trophy you will earn, as the Assistant Manager will guide you through a match as soon as you have selected where you are going to start your career. Simply finish the match to obtain the trophy.
This can be achieved at any point during your managerial career. Preseason friendlies and cup matches count, as does matches over different seasons.Your best friend here could be the quit the game exploit. It is not necessary, but you are struggling to win matches there is a way to make it easier.
Likely to be the last trophy you should be looking to earn. In order to move leagues, you must win the league title in the top league of your chosen country. Once you have done this you will be given the option at the end of the season to move leagues if you wish. Be wary that if you do move leagues everything involved with your current club will disappear. You will keep your personal records, but team/money wise you will start right at the very beginning.As suggested in the Roadmap it is worth leaving this to be your last trophy otherwise you will unnecessarily have to work your way through to the top of another league system. 041b061a72