FIFA Superstars and Theme Park are now free for iOS


EA Interactive adds to its offering of free-to-play games for mobile with today’s announcement of FIFA Superstars and Theme Park for iOS. Both games are now available for free download in the iTunes App Store, and are compatible with iPhone, iPod and iPad.

FIFA Superstars for iOS brings the popular Facebook game to mobile device. From Rooney to Kaka – players can choose their favorite football superstars to manage their ultimate team and compete against friends in this officially licensed FIFA title. Buy, trade and train while overseeing a team’s season – from your mobile device – with the biggest football franchise on the App Store.

With Theme Park, EA brings the bestselling series to iOS as a completely new gaming experience. Players can create, manage and develop their own theme park with exciting rides and enticing shops. Complete quests to level-up and unlock new features. Players have the ability to build up their park right away and play for free indefinitely, or choose the option of purchasing Super Tickets to accelerate profit and construction times and unlock new rides and shops early.

Like all EA free and freemium games, FIFA Superstars and Theme Park offer a full variety of ways for players to experience the game, delivering the choice to play for free and the option to speed up or enhance their experience through unique in-app purchases.

Both are available for download in the App Store.


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