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International Basketball Manager: Season 2010-2011





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International Basketball Manager takes us back to the courts to be in the place of a Basket club manager. We will have the opportunity to support our boys from the bench and, moreover to administrate the club account from the office.

Putting aside the most physical face of sport to focus on the management, this title keeps the user between the 'reflex' smell of the changing room and the pine air freshener of the office. Signings and selections are everyday work, aspects which must be done without neglecting your accountancy, because to get red numbers can be so.

International Basketball Manager has three game modes:

  • Virtual mode: Indicated by text messages those incidents that take place during the meeting.

  • Result mode: Requires no direct user participation through to show the evolution of the marker to the end of each quarter.

  • Visual mode: You will see all the moves of the game, players... as if it were a simulator.

The competitions available include both national and international tournaments. Among the former are real licences from the French, German, Russian, Belgian, Austrian, Swiss, Baltic, Israeli and Spanish leagues. Each provides the main division of the country in question.

As for the European games, there is the possibility to play Euroleague, Eurocup and American level, the NBA.

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U-Play Studios
Thursday, October 28, 2010
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Minimum Requirements
  • Operating System: Windows Vista / Windows 7

  • Processor: Pentium III / Athlon 1.3 Ghz

  • RAM: 2GB

  • Graphics card: GeForce FX series (or higher) or ATI Radeon 9500 (or higher)

  • Free space on hard disk: 3.5GB

  • Soundcard: Direct X 9 compatible

Recommended Requirements
  • Operating System: Vista / Windows 7

  • Processor: Pentium IV / Athlon 3 Ghz

  • RAM: 4GB

  • Graphics card: GeForce FX series (or higher) or ATI Radeon 9500 (or higher)

  • Free space on hard disk: 5GB

  • Soundcard: Direct X 9 compatible


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Reviews for International Basketball Manager: Season 2010-2011

Solid Basketball Manager

This by far is the best basketball manager game.It has a lot of europe leagues( there are over 20 playable leagues in europe), and there is the NBA league.The player database is big, and there are also different ways to see the matches, the 2d mode the 3d mode and of course the simulate mode.The 3d mode is the slowest but the with the best graphics, 2d is a bit faster then the 3d and the simulate is the fastest one(in the terms of how much time you want to spend on one match).You can manage season and match tickets the arena, the facility and also the parking space.Although the game still need improvements the lack of any competition makes this the best basketball simulation.

Run from the game!

This game has a nice face and lots of statistics. It seems to be a great game in the first hours but then fails when you get to the most important thing in a game like this, when you change from one season to the next one. Players with contract who abandon my team, other players who want less money than I am offering them, players who just dissapear from the game... It could have been a good game and I really want to play a good basketball manager, but it has been tested at all.

Basketball Manager

In this game we are the manager of a basketball team and we can select a team out of nearly 30 top European leagues and the North American professional league NBA. The player and club data is always current because they are subject to regular updates. The purpose of the game is to create the own team through player transfers, to manage the team, the company, the stadium and much more. Thanks to the 3D mode, we can observe the match live and it is possible to intervene into play at any time. We can exchange players, change tactics, etc. Surely a good alternative to the usual football manager.

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