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New Star Soccer G-Story is an interesting fusion of mini games and a book. The goal of New Star Soccer G-Story is to get more boys reading. To understand the story kids will need to read. The question I had as I started playing New Star Soccer G-Story is what is the exact age range. Based on some of the words I would put New Star Soccer G-Story down as a YA book rating in the United States.

The mini games are soccer related, and fun to play. They are things like tap, hold, drag, and release. Then tap again to pick where the ball is launched from. There are headers, and swiping to avoid other players. There are also choose your own adventure points in New Star Soccer G-Story. Kids can decide what to do in different situations. Will you send out an insulting and ugly text or be kind, respectful and polite? Will you turn the other cheek or seek revenge?

I noticed a couple of topics in New Star Soccer G-Story families may have an issue with. The first is some of the language and insults. The other one is references to false gods. Kids will have the most fun with the training sessions. This is where the mini games are played. New skills can be earned in New Star Soccer G-Story depending on the choices being made.

New Star Soccer G-Story is a long book. I do not believe this book could have been done properly at a book store. There is plenty of soccer excitement in New Star Soccer G-Story from the beginning to the ending. In some ways New Star Soccer G-Story feels like a career mode in plenty of modern day sports video games. The mini games have nice sounds.

I wish there were more countries and teams to pick from in New Star Soccer G-Story. I also wish some of the controversial topics had been left out of this digital interactive choose your own story. I love the idea of trying to use an app to encourage kids to read more. Especially boys who are discriminated against in the governmental controlled school systems.
- Mark


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: iPad/iPhone
Publisher: Five Aces Publishing
Developer: New Star Games, Insight Studios
Rating: ‘4+’ - Everyone FOUR and OLDER ONLY
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