New Star Soccer 5 hits 10,000 registered players


Oxford, UK – August 22 nd 2011. New Star Games are excited to announce that over 10,000 players have now signed up for the free-to-play indie football game, New Star Soccer 5. Creator, Simon Read said, “I’m over the moon, y’know? I’ve worked my socks off and given 110%, so this is a great result. It’s the first of many milestones, and now I want to push on, keep working hard, y’know? I mean, at the end of the day that’s what it’s all about, really, taking it one game at a time, y’know?” You can join in the football fun over at

About New Star Soccer 5

New Star Soccer 5 is the latest instalment in the award winning indie sport series. Live the life of a young football star as you try to achieve success on the pitch and gain the respect and adoration of your team-mates, fans and friends. You can play in a whole host of leagues from around the world and compete in national tournaments such as the World Cup and the European Championships. Gaining the skills to help your team lift the ultimate trophy will take time but you will have a blast getting there! You will need to train hard and score goals to move up the online leaderboard as you compare your transfer value against real-life players from around the world. Off the pitch you will need to manage the media and keep the boss, girlfriend and everybody happy as you try to become a footballing star and legend!

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Simon Read


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