It’s the perfect attacking platform for a soccer football team – 3 forwards against 1 defender – and you’ve got possession of the ball! 3 On 1 is a tricky online soccer simulation game where you have to score as many goals as possible from an attacking 3-on-1 formation. You play the role of the team going forward, controlling 3 players against the computer’s 1 defender and goalkeeper (who just tries to save shot but doesn’t tackle). Smash in as many spectacular team goals as you can to progress through each round and take a step closer to winning the trophy!
Use quick passing skills and shrewd tactics to take the defender out of the play, and shoot the ball into the back of the net. Even famous players such as Messi and Ronaldo cannot do it all on their own – they need their teammates to help them, and teamwork is the key to success here. Going it alone won’t work in this game, you have to make sure your players work together to achieve victory. Ready to show off your supreme soccer skills and game management ability? Go for it, Goal Machine!
How to Play: There are 5 Rounds in the competition, and you have to score a target number of goals in each Round to progress. You have 5 ‘attempts’ in each round. Each attempt finishes when you score a goal, miss the target or time runs out. You have to score before the clock on the left hand side of the game screen runs out. Use the Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard to control your three attacking players. The player closest to the ball (with the lighted area around him) is the only one you can move at a time. When you have the ball, hit S / Shift to pass the ball, or D / Spacebar to shoot. When you hit D or Spacebar, hold the key down to increase the power of the shot.
Along the left hand side of the game screen, you can see the target number of goals you have to score in your 5 attempts. If you fail to reach the target in your 5 attempts, you must start again from the beginning. Reach the target in all 5 rounds to win the cup. Tip: Draw the defender in close, and pass it just before he tackles you. That way, your other attackers will have a clear run on goal.