Beach Soccer Instructions
Drag to aim your shot. Get all the balls into the goal.
Click and drag to aim your shot into the goal. Some levels have multiple balls, so you'll have to shoot them all into the goal. Blue balls can only be shot once, and purple balls need to be knocked into the goal by another ball. Watch out for the jumping crabs and try to get all three stars!
BEACH SOCCER TIPS & TRICKS
Aim carefully. Like in most aiming games, you’ll be shown the angle and path your ball will go when you click on it. Use your mouse to pull the guideline forward for a wider shot. The wider the shot, the further apart the dots will be. If you don’t want that much power behind your shot, don’t extend the guide that far - keep the dots closer together for a slower roll.
Use the obstacles. Along the levels you’ll encounter some jumping crabs. Those will block your shot, unlike the static crabs in the background. You can use the jumping crabs to ricochet your ball and clear tricky angles. You can also bounce your ball off the walls and platforms on each level.
Score other balls first. On the levels that have multiple soccer balls, it’s best to save the main orange ball for last. You can take as many shots as you need with the orange ball, so it’s best to focus on getting blue or purple balls into the goal first.
Keep an eye on the time. Even if you collect all three stars in the level, you may lose points based on how fast the level was completed. If you like to keep things 100 percent and collect all three stars on each level, we suggest you try to score your goal(s) as quickly as possible!
WHAT YOU LEARN FROM PLAYING BEACH SOCCER
Playing a game of beach soccer helps build spatial awareness and uses basic physics for calculating the right angle to shoot the ball. With every shot, players must visualize and predict the motion of the ball and use the principles of potential and kinetic energy to win.