Master Kick Game for Palm OS Released

Industry Entertainment has released a new game for Palm OS devices. Master Kick is an arcade version of table soccer, aka foosball. Master kick gives you the full atmosphere of soccer match combined with foosball skill. It features highly sophisticated AI plus numerous formations selection, league play and quick match.

Master Kick Soccer Foosball Game for Palm OSThe game features stunning graphics of various playfields and players, weather visual effects, and live cheering. The games sound is powered by the MODULA audio engine and has fullscreen support for all the latest Palm OS devices.

Master Kick is available now for all the modern handhelds and smartphones, running PalmOS 5 (Garnet) or higher. There is a trial available, and the full games costs $19.95 to register.

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just_little_me @ 8/31/2005 7:16:01 PM # Q
I spoke to a company rep months and months and months ago... like late last year. And at that time they were about to start beta testing... seems they got caught around the axle with something..

Anyway - looks great - bring it on!


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just_little_me @ 8/31/2005 8:15:43 PM # Q
Oooh... what's with asking to turn on Bluetooth when the game starts...? What's with the horrible hiss, pop and crackle from speaker when audio is OFF...?

The game looks great, but it's still clearly buggy - had a couple of resets already...


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joad @ 9/1/2005 1:59:17 AM # Q
Looks neat. Wish I had 4MB+ free on my Treo 650 to run it :(

Someday maybe Palm hardware will catch up to the software written for it...

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Galley_SimRacer @ 9/1/2005 2:26:12 AM # Q
Try Table Football from

"I'm not a cool person in real life, but I play one on the Internet".
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kkyborg @ 9/1/2005 4:47:18 AM # Q
just_little_me: What device have you used to try the game? It requires at least 320x320 resolution, or higher. Resets are not happening in any legal case. The game has been tested on lot of devices and it is working correctly.

Nemanja Bondzulic
MONSTA creator

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just_little_me @ 9/1/2005 7:39:55 PM # Q
Tried it on a Treo 650 and a LifeDrive. Resets only on LifeDrive - Treo is fine.

The background hiss in the speakers even when sound is off is really horrible on the LD - no such problem on the 650.

The bluetooth message at the start is really annoying too. I have BT off to save battery, and also because I have no need for it most of the time. But now MK turns on the BT radio but doesnt turn it off... :-/


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No more BT required

kkyborg @ 9/2/2005 9:25:27 PM # Q
INDUSTRY Entertainment has just released a new, updated, version of MASTER KICK v1.0.1. The biggest complain about the initial release we had was that bluetooth was required to be enabled to be able to run the game. This is removed now, and there is no need to enable bluetooth anymore when you want to play the game.

You can download the new version from web site at and play the game with more juice saved in your batteries.

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MonkeyMike @ 9/4/2005 12:10:46 PM # Q
The interface is lacking though.

-- - my top 10 palm apps.
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