Here's a new twist in soccer management games, entirely based on quiz questions, with four cut-down divisions of eight teams each, and both FA and League cup competitions.
There's no messing around picking the team, but training can improve what s there to start with. The quiz questions all take the same form: a multiple-choice selection of four answers, one of which has to be picked before a time limit runs out. In the training rounds a correct answer improves the team s rating and a wrong one reduces it.
During matches, the questions determine whether a goal is scored or not. If the opposition are attacking and you answer correctly it's a save. If your team is attacking, a correct answer will score a goal.
A base of 2,000 questions should keep the game fresh and interesting for a while, but there is little else to draw you back after they have been exhausted.