New Potato Technologies Updates Classic Match Foosball , the Ultimate Multiplayer Foosball Table Game for Bluetooth Smart Enabled iPads

New Potato Technologies Updates Classic Match Foosball , the Ultimate Multiplayer Foosball Table Game for Bluetooth Smart Enabled iPads Wilmington, NC

New Potato Technologies, an innovator and developer of app-enabled accessories, has updated Classic Match Foosball to be compatible with iPads 3, 4 and the new iPad Air. This complements the original 30 pin model, which works with iPad 1, 2 and 3.

Now featuring multiple languages and customized uniforms based on flags from over 40 different countries, New Potato has brought this classic game further into the future by integrating Bluetooth Smart technology as the latest innovation of their app-enabled accessory product.

New Potato's CEO and foosball enthusiast Stuart Ross says: "Classic Match Foosball has demonstrated the ultimate integration of the iPad's sophisticated technology with an intelligent accessory product. Now we have added Bluetooth Smart compatibility, aligning this unique, portable multiplayer game with the newest iPads," says Ross.

The foosball table accessory was voted "Hottest Gadget of the Month" by Popular Science magazine in 2013. The Classic Match Foosball for iPad accessory's rugged construction is ready for even the most zealous of players, and can be played in the backseat of a car or on an airplane. You can also set the app for one person play "against the computer," with three skill levels.

The free iPad app, available in the iTunes store, sports an array of features including 3D instant replays, realistic game and crowd sounds, tournament foosball rules, and the satisfying "clunk" of the players "hitting the ball," and the resounding "thunk" of scoring a goal.

Foosball is a worldwide favorite known by many names including the common English names table football or footzy. The French know it as baby foot, in Germany and Russia it is called kicker, Mexico refers to it as futbolito, and in Brazil it's called pebolim. Now, the app's instructions and menus will switch from the default English to German, Italian, French or Greek if the user's iPad is set to any of those languages.