Two weeks ago, Sports Interactive and Sega released Football Manager Handheld 2012 for Android. How’s that going? Well, according to Sports Interactive, the game is being downloaded illegally nine times for every sale on Google’s Play store, leaving SI to assess whether it’s worth releasing future games for the platform. “It hasn’t hit the targets we require as yet. I’m still confident it will do over time, but it’s really disappointing that there are so many people out there who love our work, and spend countless hours being entertained by it, but don’t think we deserve to get paid for that entertainment,” says SI’s Miles Jacobsen. “If it doesn’t hit targets, then we won’t be doing another one for the platform – that’s a simple business decision though for a couple of months’ time.” The game has sold between 10k and 50k copies according to the Google Play Store, which means anywhere between 90k and 450k illegal downloads.