A couple of long awaited games from Electronics Arts (EA) – FIFA 2012 and NBA Jam have officially made their way to the Google Play Store aka Android Market for the Europe and North America based Android devices now. FIFIA 2012 is a fully licensed game bringing 22 officially licensed, playable teams and more than 15,000 players, instant replay, improved controls schemes that let you manage your players with precision, and 360° player movement.
On the other side, NBA Jam comes with 3 different game modes to choose from – Play Now, Classic Campaign and Local Multiplayer. You can jump straight into the game on Play Now mode, you can play through a full season of b-ball on Classic Campaign mode and the Local Multiplayer mode lets you to play against an opponent over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
Both FIFA ‘12 and NBA Jam games are now available in the Google Play Store for $4.99. You can hit the appropriate link provided here at below to grab the titles.
Links For FIFA ‘12
Link For NBA Jam
Before you proceed to buy the aforementioned titles, you need to know the list of the Android devices that support these titles. FIF 2012 supports various Android handsets including Samsung Galaxy Nexus and tablets such as Asus Transformer Prime. NBA Jam doesn’t support any tablet, but you can play it on AT&T branded Samsung Galaxy S II, Verizon braded Motorola Droid 4 and more. So be sure to check if your Android device is compatible or not before sparing the $5.