Some games are difficult to explain. Soccer Physics is one of them, but we'll do our best to give you the lowdown on this fantastically ludricrous game. We will say this for sure – it's very entertaining and will keep you guessing as you wonder what crazy scheme the game will come up with next.

First things first: this game is beyond stupid. It's the dumbest of the dumb, and that's why we love it. The premise of the game is that you are trying to beat the opposing team in a game of soccer, but this is no ordinary game. Players must come up with ridiculous ways to get the ball into the opposing goal while facing some pretty strange challenges. Have you ever tried to kick a ball into the goal without your head? Well, you're going to have to try.

The graphics are an 8-bit fiasco, but that's part of the game's charm. Your players look like something out of the early stages of Minecraft. It's hard to tell where their head ends and their body begins. The controls are very touchy, and that's how they're supposed to be. You have minimal control of your player and must time your moves carefully to maneuver the ball into the opposing team's goal.

You are given two players for each team. Soccer Physics supports two-person multiplayer on the same device; one set of keys is yours, and the other is for your buddy. Just make sure things don't get too rough, as you'll be in close proximity to each other. The first one to five goals wins the game. Don't be fooled by the rough graphics – this game isn't as easy as it seems. Players have to get really creative in order to score. Sometimes, you'll have to deal with your goal keeper being perched on top of another player's head. The ball changes shapes randomly, and players heads can fall off at any moment.

Players can't help but enjoy themselves while playing Soccer Physics. It's absolutely wonderful in its randomness and unpredictability, and it's easy to kill time with while laughing yourself to death. Playing with a friend can get a bit cramped and some may enjoy the single-player mode more, but it's fun either way. It's entertaining just to see what silly antics the game will come up with next. Whether you're an avid gamer or just a casual observer, Soccer Physics is great for anyone looking for a unique game that always has you guessing.