Gamevil releases Baseball Superstars 2010 for Android

Now has asynchronously online mode

Gamevil releases Baseball Superstars 2010 for Android

Not something many people in Europe get very excited about, nevertheless baseball is huge in the US, Japan, Korea and Cuba.

And as one of those four countries contains a lot of Android mobile devices, it makes sense that Korean publisher Gamevil has just released its Baseball Superstars 2010 game onto the Android Market.

The game will support HVGA and WVGA screen resolutions and will be available for Android 1.5 and above.

Swinging for glory

Priced at $5.99, compared to $4.99 for the iPhone version, the graphics maybe cute and superdeformed but the gameplay is fully formed.

The game now contains six modes ranging from Exhibition, Season and My League to the shorter Homerun Race, Mission, and Match Play.

New in the 2010 version, players can customise up to six players through My League mode, while there are many more items, hidden characters and hidden teams to discover.

The new Match Play mode also enables player to go head-to-head against their friends asynchronously over the internet, while the leaderboard system enables you to compare your record with everyone around the world.

You can get an idea of how it all work via the following video for the iPhone version.

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