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Flick Quarterback 18
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Games - Sports||3.0||July 28, 2017||4.47|
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Version 3.0 released on July 28, 2017
Start the football season in style with these sensational new features:
• Next-gen visuals including bloom and depth of field
• Vibration feedback for throws and tackles
• Ball store with over 20 ball designs
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Full Fat Team.
Version 2.3 released on December 13, 2016
• Bug fixes and enhancements
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Version 2.2 released on November 18, 2016
Version 2.1 released on September 09, 2016
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BE THE QUARTERBACK
Call the shots. Flick Quarterback puts the guts and glory of offensive passing football in your hands. Pass to receivers, dodge blitzing defenders, score touchdowns and throw amazing trick shots. You are the MVP.
The incredible flick and swipe controls that have made users across the world love Flick Golf and Flick Soccer are now powering Flick Quarterback.
Unlock rewards simply by playing. Earn free boosts, cheerleaders, player upgrades, fireworks and even new game modes.
• Play as the Quarterback
• Multiple passing options
• Upgrade your stadium
• Challenging missions
• Stunning graphics and visual effects
• Realistic weather with rain and snow
Flick Quarterback 18 Ranking History | Games - Sports
Flick Quarterback 18 daily app ranking in Games - Sports category for the last 30 days.
Flick Quarterback 18 Worldwide Rankings | Games - Sports
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This week we’re having the pleasure to publish a guest post from Ian Naylor, founder and CEO of AppInstitute, one of the world’s leading DIY App Builders. If you want to get a slice of the rapidly expanding app industry, it’s time to turn the app idea that’s floating around in your head into a real tangible product. Taking an app idea and turning it into something real is a challenge most app developers struggle …