Championship Manager 2011 Out Now on iPhone and iPod Touch

Company: Square Enix Europe Ltd.
Published: 16 October, 2010
Beautiful Game Studios, part of Square Enix Europe, are pleased to announce that the brand new Championship Manager 2011 is available now on iTunes across Europe for just 3.99 pounds Sterling/5.49 euro.

In a radical overhaul, 2011 boasts hundreds of tweaks, improvements and new features to deliver a more intuitive game. Along with thousands of additional players and dozens of teams - Championship Manager 2011 is the complete football management experience built specifically for Apple devices.

"With Championship Manager 2011, we've focused on delivering a game that takes full advantage of the platform's functionality and usability," said Roy Meredith, General Manager of Championship Manager. "We've also been careful to listen to feedback from our fantastic community, for example this year we've added Custom Formations now users can drag and drop their players into any formation they want as well as setting individual runs for players."

Alongside custom formations, Championship Manager 2011 introduces plenty of other new and improved features including a first for the series; Achievements and the ability to publish these as well as your in game progress to Twitter and Facebook without ever having to leave the game.

A brand new look and feel, combined with the introduction of the navigation wheel will make it easier and more intuitive than ever to move about within the game, you'll never be more than a tap of the finger away from the screen you want.

The match day experience has been completely revamped to give you instant control and influence on the match itself. Change your formation, instruct your players to be more aggressive or order them to up the gamesmanship at any point during the game. It's down to your managerial nous to make the right decision, at the right time it's all under your control.

Build your dream team with a full scouting system that lets you find your missing star from thousands of players around the world. Managers can search players out, scout them ahead of signing and engage in contract negotiations with their clubs to ensure they secure the player they want, at the price they want.