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Football Manager 2010 Demo



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The FM 10 demo was released today and is available via Steam, direct download and torrents.

Directly from SI:

“The demo comes in two flavours, both “Strawberry” and “Vanilla”. The strawberry demo is the full package and complete experience, the vanilla demo is a light version which has been stripped down and is significantly smaller in size.

The strawberry demo will be available from a variety of places starting with Steam (PC only with Mac to follow soon), then torrents, then direct downloads, and these will be listed below when they are made available. The vanilla demo is available exclusively via Mirror Football.”

Football Manager 2010 Vanilla Demo

Quickstarts for the following countries: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

Language packs: English only

Stripped assets: including no player pictures, club logs, competition logos, sounds, etc

Football Manager 2010 Strawberry Demo:

Quickstarts for the following countries: Brazil, Denmark, England, France, Italy, Northern Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Turkey and Wales

Language packs: Danish, Dutch, English, French, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish and Swedish

Full assets: including player pictures, club logos, competition logos, etc for where we have the license. Full pitch textures, stadiums and sounds.

Download FM 10 Demo

Mirror Football


Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/34110/ (999MB / 1,046,493KB)

Torrent (PC): Torrent File (999MB / 1,046,493KB)
Torrent (Mac): Torrent File (979MB / 1,002,840KB)

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