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Real Football on Java Game: A Must-Have for Every Football Enthusiast


RF game is a popular soccer game among youngsters. It isdesigned by Gameloft and started out as a Java game before it was designed forAndroid and other smart operating systems. The first instalment of the RealFootball java game was released back in 2004, and ever since then, new editionsare released every year, with the Real Football 2019.Jar being the latestversion.


In the game, the names of trophies and the name of players are real, as the designers have the license to use them. Aside from the soccer game, Gameloft design other fascinating games that were enjoyed back then in the prime days of Java phones.




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In all honesty, it is still advisable to get an Androidphone and download the Android version of Real Football 2019 Java game. This isbecause the features in the Java version are limited. For example, the graphicsand gameplay of the Android version have been improved upon. The camera anglesof playing the game can be changed.


Most importantly, the game looks more real, as AI has been used to improve the overall gaming experience. The Android version also supports online multiplayer mode, which allows you to connect with players all over the world and be able to challenge them in matches.


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