Dynamo Games gears up for Football Tycoon mobile
Time to be Roman Ambrovich, not Big Phil Scholari
Anyone who doesn't support either Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal or Liverpool will probably complain that football is now all about money. (Still, we can all laugh at Manchester City.) But for those football fanatics at Dynamo Games, that's the starting point for their latest mobile game.
Called Football Tycoon, it's just been announced with an official website launched to show you some of the wheeling and dealing you'll need to carrying out in order to take your non-league outfit into the realms of the world's richest.
Even at this early stage, what should be pointed though is that despite Dynamo's excellent and continuing work on the Championship Manager mobile games, Football Tycoon isn't a manager sim, so you won't be focused on picking the best leftback and winning matches.
Instead, you'll be performing business roles - via mini-games - doing deals in nightclubs with agents, building a new stadium or trying to make some extra money with huge bets on the gee-gees.
And we'll have an more indepth look at Football Tycoon, which is due for release later in 2009, soon.