Flicking Good Football Game…Pocket Passer QB!

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Are you ready for some football? The iOS universal app, Pocket Passer QB, by Big Toe Productions, will get you ready with 4 game modes and lots of flick-passing gameplay. Pass your way through career, frenzy, survival, and practice game modes with natural flick-passing swipe gameplay. There are several different swipes to flick-pass the football to connect with your receivers (both long and short). But, there are also imposing orange defenders that will get in your way to foil your passing completions. This game is very enjoyable to play, especially if you want a challenging game that provides good replay value. Pocket Passer QB also comes in a FREE iOS universal app called Pocket Passer QB FREE, and gives you five career gameplay levels, so get ready for some football and a flicking good time with this app. For more iPhone app videos check out our iPhone video app demos. CM

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Pocket Passer QB iPhone App Details

Title: Pocket Passer QB
Price: $0.99
Category: Games
Size: 45.0 MB
Developer: Big Toe Productions
Store: iTunes App Store

Pocket Passer QB iPhone App Download Link

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Pocket Passer QB iPhone App Developers Description

iOS Universal
★★★★★ – “I wish Madden and Gameloft used this passing mechanic in their games. It’s both simple and difficult but way more fun than mashing a button and watching a QB throw a stock programmed pass” – UNC Humvee Nov 13, 2011

“The gameplay is fun and will keep you entertained for hours.” – AppAdvice.com

“Seriously, this is the only game I play on my iPhone! A must have for any football fan/wanna be quarterback!” – Conrad P.


Pocket Passer QB’s natural, fluid throwing motion allows you to hit any target on the 3D field. Fast swipes for bullets, smooth slow swipes for lobs and bombs.
There are no preset throws, no auto-aim, only natural throwing. With a little practice you will find yourself hitting 30-yard strikes between defenders in no time. Pocket Passer QB is a truly addictive game of skill that you will find difficult to put down.


CAREER: Unlock 15 difficulty levels by winning trophies and scoring big. Every ball counts as each level consists of 10 snaps with 4 balls per snap. Target selection and precision passing are critical to advance. Hit the Hail Mary in the end zone for huge bonus!

SURVIVAL: Start with 4 balls and see how long you can last as the game progressively gets more difficult. Bonus balls awarded for longer passes, accuracy, and streaks. Hold the ball too long and get sacked.

FRENZY: 90 seconds to throw unlimited balls and achieve the highest score possible. 5 Different skill levels to play on.

PRACTICE: Sharpen your skills and relax a little with some therapeutic flinging of the ball.


Show the world your passing skills with 54 achievements and 22 leaderboards.

The new interactive training mode will help you learn to throw deep bombs and short lobs by showing you where and how fast to swipe.

Pocket Passer has detailed stats of your current game as well as your entire career. Player profiles are simple to create/edit and delete.

Looks and plays great on iPhone, iPad and iTouch.

If you enjoy the thrill of connecting the long pass, Pocket Passer QB is for you.


What’s new

Fixed performance issues with iPhone 4, iPad, iOS5

About Michael Vallez

Michael Vallez - (CrazyMike) is the Founder of CrazyMikesapps.com. Mike is a regular guy who has a tech side, specifically a love for mobile apps and touch gaming. He is a retired cop, husband, father, and son. Current Devices: Galaxy Note 3, iPad Air, Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HDX. Twitter - @MichaelVallez.


  1. Kuackoo says:

    Way too many bugs….balls on bullseye not registering any points…routes that are weird and unattainable, receiver just staying in the way after target was hit… I can go on …probably could be corrected to bring this app to a respectable level.