The top 10 World Cup iPhone apps

Enjoy the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa with your trusty iPhone this June

Football Soccer Worldcup Penalties


Price: $1.19

Those who remember the 2006 World Cup penalty shootout in the final between Italy and France know how tense penalties can be. Football Soccer Worldcup Penalties lets players relive the very same hair-pulling frustration of World Cup penalty shootouts.

The game features 3D animated characters and a list of 32 countries to choose from. Players can play against the computer or against friends on the one iPhone. Users can also choose how they want to play, either swiping their finger across the screen to kick the ball or clicking where they want the ball to go.

If you're looking for some FIFA-themed fun to whittle away the time until the World Cup hits, you can grab Football Soccer Worldcup Penalties from the App Store today for $1.19.

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