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'coreFootball' - Screens

by Rainier on June 13, 2006 @ 1:07 a.m. PDT

Played entirely in the user's internet browser, coreFootball will earn its next-generation status by being the only online title that provides consumers the opportunity to compete against each other in real-time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Launching on 1st July 2006, coreFootball is a next-generation online football management simulator, offering full multiplayer functionality with unprecedented scope to win cash prizes. Inca will be promoting coreFootball to the one million customers of both its extensive range of PC games and other IncaGold games portals, such as

coreFootball provides players with a fully-fledged football management simulator with a rich feature set. Cutting-edge artificial intelligence, customisable teams, real-time match displays with multiple viewing angles, match commentaries and an interface that allows real-time control over games in play form the core of the game. Additionally, coreFootball includes all the performance indicators and tactical controls that such a simulation demands.

This complete on-demand functionality is only possible thanks to coreSports' innovative simulation software, which is derived from modelling applications developed for the biotechnology industry. The package is completed with coreFootball's extensive community structure, which offers a full complement of online social networking features.

Dr Adrian Dawkes, Commercial Director of Global, commented that: "This is an excellent opportunity for Global coreSports to market to a gaming fan base that exceeds one million dedicated players."

Richard Jordan, Chief Operating Officer of IncaGold said, "I am very pleased to be able to offer our users such a superb introduction to It will surely have massive appeal for a great number of Inca's mass-market games players."

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