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.
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