Slime Soccer News: Champions League Semifinal

2009 Champions League Semifinal Second Leg Review

From now onwards, I would like to add some latest soccer news and my opinion about the latest soccer matches from around the world in to this slime soccer site. I am a die hard soccer fan and I watch soccer every weekend. English Premier League, Spanish Primera Liga and Italian Serie A are 3 of the leagues that I like most. I supported Ac Milan and it is sad that they are not in the competition this season.

This season Champions League has almost reached the climax stage. The four teams left in the competition are Manchester United (last year winner), Chelsea (last year finalist), Barcelona and Arsenal. Barcelona becomes the only non English club that still remains in the competition. However, their second leg encounter with Chelsea does not put them in the driving seat after both teams drew 0-0 in Nou Camp.

In the semifinal, Man Utd beat Arsenal 1-0 at Old Trafford to gain the upper hand over their rival. It looks like Man Utd is going to Rome and competes for the title of "Best of Europe" for second season running. They have a good change to retain the title they won last season.

Barcelona 5 stars performance on the weekend by demolishing Real Madrid might strike fear into Chelsea stubborn defense. The game against Real Madrid might just boost the morale and confidence of Barcelona players. Chelsea also won at the weekend in the league, beating Fulham 3-1. I predicted that the second leg between Chelsea and Barcelona will end in draw at Stamford Bridge but Barcelona will go through via away goals rule. It is very hard to stop Messi and his team mate from scoring for the second consecutive game.

Man Utd will not have any big problem against Arsenal after beating them 1-0 last week. They have the ability to get the result needed to ensure that they qualify for the final. Both teams won their league encounter during the weekend without stretching too much of their resource as both teams has their eyes firmly on the mid week fixture. However, I do not write Arsenal out from the race as anything can happen in the game of soccer. The game is not finished until the final whistle is blown. So sit back and enjoy the suspense and excitement of the Champions League semifinal second leg.

Hope you enjoy reading Slime Soccer News and feel free to add any comments for the above to topic.

Slime Soccer for Two Players

Play Slime Soccer with your friend

Soccer is one of the most famous game on earth. Therefore, it is very obvious that slime game will surely come up with its own version of soccer game. In 2002, born Slime Soccer or World Cup Soccer Slime as it was known. It was created by Quin Pedragon, and you can read about the history of slime soccer in the earlier post.

You can choose your favorite nation to represent in slime soccer. Here are the list of the national team of slime soccer Brazil, England, Germany, Argentina, Belgium, Australia, Cameroon, China, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Ecuador, Mexico, France, USA, Italy, Japan, Rusia, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Ireland, Saudi, Senegal, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Tunisia, Turkey and Uruguay, about 31 nations.

After both you and your friend have chosen your team you can start the game. Select the length for a game which both of you have agreed on. The duration of the game start from 1 minutes to maximum of 8 minutes for each game. After each game, the team who score the most game will be declare as the winner.

Use the following key button to control your slime and score goals.
At Title Screen:
Press 6 to toggle superslimeness.
'B' to toggle double-buffering (makes it slower but not flickery).
S/K to change identity to your favourite World Cup side.
Player 1: Left - A, Jump - W, Right - D, Grab - S.
Player 2: Left - J, Jump - I, Right - L, Grab - K.

The following pictures show a game of slime soccer between England vs Cameroon. Here are some special rule about the game. A team will be penalized if the team reverse and stay within the goal area, indicated by white line below the goal post. This is call "pinged for goal hanging" and penalized by 1 goal.

The second picture shows that Cameroon has scored to tie the game at 2 -2.

At the final whistle, Cameroon managed to beat England in the Slime Soccer game 4-3.

This is the friendly game between two nation or two players Slime Soccer.
Please read the next post about World Cup Soccer Slime.

Click here to play slime soccer.

Slime Soccer Game

Here are the links to play slime soccer game that I have compiled

1) World Cup Soccer Slime (Earlier version)

2) Super Slime Soccer (Improved version)

How to Play Slime Soccer

Playing Slime Soccer Game Online

Download Java
The first thing that you have to do is to make sure that you have Java software install in your computer. Java runtime environment will allows you to play in a secure environment. You can skip this step if your computer has already been installed with Java. Otherwise you go to Java website to download the software.

Select the country of your choice
Next, you will have to select the country you would like to represent.
Use S/K button key to change the identity of the country you like.

Choose how long to play each game
To start the game, you will have to choose the duration that you want to play for the each game. You can choose to play the game for 1 minute, 2 minutes, 4 minutes or 8minutes.

Now you can start playing the game
Or you can choose to play the World Cup Soccer Slime tournament. The tournament begin with a game in the qualifying round which took about 30 seconds. See how far you can go...

Below are the instruction and the keys to play the game.
Keys for Slime Soccer:
Player 1: Left - A, Jump - W, Right - D, Grab - S.
Player 2: Left - J, Jump - I, Right - L, Grab - K.
'B' to toggle double-buffering (makes it slower but not flickery).
Title Screen:
Click a button to decide game length, or choose World Cup Mode
S/K to change identity to your favourite World Cup side.
6 to toggle superslimeness

Now, you can enjoy the game of Slime Soccer.
Watch video on how to play slime soccer.

Slime Soccer Review

Slime Soccer is a very simply and funny Java based soccer game. "Funny" is my opinion and interpretation about the game as not everyone will agreed with me. The game look dull, not as interactive as other type online games but somehow rather it has the charm to attract us to play it.

It might due to the simplicity of the game that hundred of thousand of people are play this game up to today since it humble beginning in 2002. There are several reasons why this "stupid" (some people might use this word to describe this game) game are still played by so many people:

1) Bored and has nothing to do. They just want to past their time with this game.
2) Release tension. People are so tense with their study and hectic daily works as this game serve as a tool to release their tension.
3) and some other unknown reason to us.

Alright, you want to know the reason for me playing this game. Actually, I am more towards the release tension type, as my works is very demanding and pressure. Occasionally, I just have to balance out my inner emotion and psychologically. This blog is not only about slime soccer and it is also a tribute to Quin Pendragon for creating such a simple but wonderful game for our leisure. But be aware! A lot of people get addicted to the game and spend hours playing it.
Slime soccer can be played by one or two player. You can challenge the World Cup Soccer Slime tournament to see how good you are with the game. You do not have be a genius to figure out how to play the game. To win the game, the objective is to score as many goals as possible against your opponent.

Brief history of the game

The slime game was created by three University of Western Australia’s computer science first year students; Quin Pendragon, Daniel Wedge and Clive Gout. Clive Gout found the first slime game in June 1999 on the internet. The first version of the game is a volleyball game with very doggy, terrible graphic and it is only single player game. So in Aug 1999, Quin Pendragon emerges with a two player slime volleyball game. Over the years, slime volleyball tournaments have been organized annually at the university which drew a lot of attention. The game has evolved through out the years with improved version one's.

It was not until May 2002 that Quin Pendragon came out with an idea of slime soccer game. Slime soccer was a hit at that moment and it is still until today, maybe the number of people has reduced slightly. There are others version of slime game such as slime cricket, slime basketball and slime bowling.

Click here to play slime soccer.

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