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How To Play Konami PES 2012 on iPad and iPhone

Written By Jide Ogunsanya

If you are a fan of Konami PES Soccer game, you can download PES2012 to your iPad or iPhone and be playing it with the help of virtual joystick  and virtual buttons which appear on the screen while playing the game.

PES2012 game for iPad and iPhone allows you to build your dream team of the world’s best players. Players can move both on and off the ball, while goalkeepers can close down attacks and can come off their line to claim a loose ball. The PES 2012 App for iPhone and iPad offers an extensive choice of licensed teams, both national and club.

You can download PES 2012 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch from the App Store, which is available for free with additional content offered through In-App Purchase.

How To Play PES 2012 on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch

Virtual Joystick and Virtual buttons appear on the screen as indicated in the picture below:

You can control your player by using the virtual joystick. You can carry out all the other actions using the two virtual buttons (A and B).

There is also the Accelerometer-One touch mode. In this mode, you control your player by tilting your Apple device. You can perform all the other actions by single-tapping or holding your finger anywhere on the screen.

As for me, I prefer playing the game using the virtual joystick and virtual buttons. Feel free to explore the mode that suits you most.

I hope this helps..

You can check out other FREE Apple games you can download to your  iPad, iPhone and iPod touch from the App Store.

You can also download PES Konami to your Nokia and other mobile phones.


Written By Jide Ogunsanya on January 1, 2012

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  1. nice post! It’s something I have never thought about, really, but it makes a whole lot of sense. Thanks for sharing

  2. Sounds like a cool game, thanks for the instructions.


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