Puma Street Soccer
Submitted by: RM
Supershots are meant to turn the game upside down in a matter of seconds,
so knowing how to use them is a must to master the game. Here are a few
hints that will help you improve your game:
-While it might look appealing to throw random shots just to get the
supershots, they are an advantage, not the only way to get goals.
-Play with time. If the opposing team is a couple of shots away of getting
supershots or already has them and you are defending a narrow lead in the
dying seconds, kill time as often as possible.
-Occasionally the computer player only places one player behind. When this
happens, marking closely that player will force the goalkeeper to hurl the
ball, and your players in midfield will have advantage playing the ball.
If you are ahead in the scoreboard, keep heading the ball back to the
goalkeeper. It fills out the shot meter and stop the opposing team of
doing so at the same time, and occasionally the goalkeeper might fluke
-A four goal advantage might not be enough if there are supershots at stake.
Imagine this: with one shot before filling the bar a team scores, reducing
the advantage to three and activating the supershots, then are able to score
two more and in the third supershot either score or force a juicy rebound.
If one isn't careful, this can take less than 30 seconds to happen. Big
advantages are worthless if defending gets too sloppy.
-A high risk manouver when defending supershots against the computer is to
concede a corner. More often than not, the kick taker shoots directly on goal,
and the goalkeeper is usually able to deflect into another corner. However,
if he decides to cross, it's almost a sure goal.