Soccer Physics, an incredible new browser game by the indie developer Otto-Ville Ojala, is something like a foosball table for your keyboard. Indebted to physics crack-ups like The Fight of the Sumo Hoppers and Bennett Foddy's Get on Top, Soccer Physics drops a ball onto a barely-controllable field of four players who hop up and down ecstatically like Terrance and Phillip, and asks you to score however you can. It's first to five.
Ready to play? Here's a little something to get you in the mood.
Some points are over quick!
Some points don't go the way you planned.
And some points are absolutely fucking endless.
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