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Start a Sports Career in World Basketball Manager 2

Posted In MAC game, PC game - By Techtiplib on Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 With No Comments »

Icehole games is happy to announce the release of their new game World Basketball Manager 2 (WBM2). WBM2 is the first game of the series to be available on both Mac and Windows computers.

World Basketball Manager

WBM2 is not just the latest additions to the successful series of basketball management games, but a completely new game, based on a super fast engine, a friendly and simple interface and many new features that will surprise both old and new users.

The game covers all serious basketball actions around the world, and a big community of researchers supports the database that includes more than 13.500 players, 1.100 basketball teams and more than 100 Club and National Team tournaments. It lets gamers take control of their favorite teams and start an international career as basketball managers.

WBM2 is available in 12 languages: English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish and Turkish.

Pricing and availability

Windows and Mac versions cost €19.95

Links

Website: www.wbmgame.com
Free trial version: http://worldbasketballmanager2.com/freetrial/

About Icehole games

Icehole games is an indie developer of strategy games. With WBM series Icehole aims to develop the basketball coaching career game that all of basketball fans have been wishing for. WBM is the ultimate “old school” sport management game. The scope of the project is to include all major tournaments in the world, accurate data for tournament rules-teams-players-managers, non-linear match algorithms and attention to details that users will notice and enjoy. For more information please visit the developer’s website: www.iceholegames.com.

Contact information

Thanasis Triantafillou
Email: contact@iceholegames.com

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