Rival Stars College Football

Rival Stars College Football

By PikPok

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-11-16
  • Current Version: 2.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 271.55 MB
  • Developer: PikPok
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 2,540 Reviews)
  • Price:
Rival Stars College Football App Ratings: 4.5
Total 2,540 Reviews

Rival Stars College Football App Description

As the head coach of a college football program, you make the calls. Recruit fresh talent, build an unbeatable playbook, and make risky plays for big payoffs. Join forces with players from around the world to form alliances and take on rivals. With big dreams and even bigger challenges, the team will rely on your leadership to take them to the top. Will they make it to the Hall of Legends? Rise to the challenge, with Rival Stars College Football! FEATURES: ●     Hundreds of athletes to recruit, train, and level up. Boost player performance and propel your team towards legend status! ●     Manage YOUR team, YOUR way. Develop winning strategies, call the plays, and make tough decisions on the field! ●     Action-packed live global tournaments have you going head to head against real world opponents! Rise through the ranks to win big rewards! ●     Team up with others by joining an alliance or forming your own. Share strategies, chat with friends, and compete against rivals. ●     Witness the hard hits and big plays up close in game highlights! Rival Stars College Football is free to play but offers some game items for purchase with real money. We love to hear from our players! On Twitter? Drop us a line @PikPokGames and join the conversation with #RivalStars! Terms of Service: http://pikpok.com/terms-of-use/ Monthly VIP Subscription for 1 Month with great daily in-game benefits. This subscription will auto-renew every month and must be cancelled at least 24 hours before renewal.  Monthly VIP Subscription will renew automatically unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Renewal costs 9.99 USD/month (or local equivalent). Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a Monthly VIP Subscription, where applicable.


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Rival Stars College Football App Reviews

  • This game is great

    By Bwash29
    This is an excellent app! Not to complicated to play. Not a cash grab like most app games out there. I’m here for the long haul! You enjoy it too!
  • Cool Game

    By stantheman 88
    It make you really think about how to play the game of football in a smart way
  • Changes ruined the game

    By Tx_Tiger
    I played this game very regularly for several months, was active on the FB board, and a captain in my alliance then the creators decided they needed to change the scoring. The rewards no longer offset the increasing frustration and large amount of time the game requires. Avoid this game.
  • Fun

    By Yung Sponge
    It's super fun, but I wish there was more depth.
  • New features

    By kingkevonne
    One thing I would love to see is the head coach be able to make there own plays. I also want to see more scoring you should be able to score of run plays that’s on your on 15
  • Good game; ignore the curtain

    By Swordthrower
    Very solid cinematic style football game. Spinner is generally very fair, however if you I’ve noticed that the rivals guess my play correctly more often than they should. I completely randomized my offensive play selection by tossing a coin for 500 plays and the rival played pass against the pass or run against the run 372 times. Of the remaining 128, 85 were balanced or blitz, and 43 were wrong. Given I was flipping a coin regardless of down, distance, score, or time, it became apparent the AI defense reacts to your call often. (Why else would the AI call run defense on 3rd and 17 with 40 seconds to go on the 48 yard line, but only if I actually ran the ball.) That said, the spinner is actually favorable, which makes up for it. I was pretty surprised by the RNG as a matter of fact, in that it really doesn’t seem punishing very often at all. I’ve completed about 70% if my passes despite going against pass defense almost every single time, so I’m not complaining. But I’d let players know there is no point in trying to surprise the AI because you can’t.
  • Started off promising, and lost that soon enough

    By Jkz1qe
    The game is a curious take on college football, with no real teams and limited numbers of plays for a playbook. Having said that, I’ll admit it was kind of fun for the first few games. After that, however, you’re basically playing something that uses slot machine logic and programming to keep hooking you into spending more money to be able to do anything further with the game (and you spend more to protect the $ you’ve already blown). You have to be connected to their server to play, so no offline playing on a plane, for example. I have already been screwed on a couple of in-game purchases, paying for them but not receiving them due to server crashes. “Prizes” the game offers are of negligible value (good ones would keep you from spending more money). Oh, and if your team gets too good, players can possess “magic” powers to ensure that you fumble or throw interceptions- as many as necessary to pressure you to lose- so that you’ll rush to the online shop to buy even more to improve your team. It will work briefly, until the game decides the revenue churn from you is thinning out. So remember- you might enjoy it, or maybe just until the first server failure that crashes the game. But essentially, this is a slot machine that sort of has a generic (certainly not college) motif. It is a perfect example of why the trend toward “interactive server games with in-app purchases” was such a mistake from good old standalone games that you could simply buy, install and then they were yours. I should have known better than to experiment with this one.
  • Game

    By JJS10119
    Great game love it
  • Yea wow

    By rob9137384
    Great game
  • A Good Game Gone Bad

    By Awesome❗❕❗❕❗
    This used to be a great, fun game. I was in a great alliance and we were fighting every week to see how far we could go as an alliance and individually too. After spending time and some money to develop a great team, Pik Pok changed the structure so it no longer matters how good your team is unless you spend a lot of money. They became greedy under the guise of making the game more “fair”. How is it fair that someone new having not spent time and money be given an even playing field. There’s always plenty of newer players for them to compete against. Now there’s nothing to play for anymore unless you spend real money. No thanks. If you want my advice, leave this game on the shelf, and save your time and money for something more worthwhile.