Developer: Arb Studios LLC
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 16.8 MB - Download
Its the Tiki Volcano Games again and time for one of our favorite events... drum-roll... BlastABall ! This is the first installment of Tiki Volcano Games in a long line of planned events.
Load your cannon up with powder and Boom Kapow or whatever! Use strategy with your trajectory to destroy as many targets as possible, unlock 30 new areas, earn up to 90 badges and acquire 30 bronze silver or gold trophies. Multiple camera views give you every vantage point needed to line up the perfect shot. Guidance prediction paths show you the exact ball trajectory you can expect the ball to travel when the right power level is applied. After that it is all down to your timing and skill on the power meter.
Have you ever wanted to know what it feels like to be fired from a cannon? Put yourself in the drivers seat and play the part of a BlastABall as your are hurled through the air, its zany crazy fun for the whole family!
Enjoy the character of the cannon balls, expressions and movements as they fly and flail through airspace. Blast through multiple styles of reactive targets, each with its own behaviors, reacting differently based on your hit accuracy, location of the hit, and type of target. Shatter rock targets. Careen through rings of fire. Warp through the bulls-eye targets. Shake the world with shock waves when you land. Play a level many times to master it and achieve, all badges, max score and the gold trophy!
Most Helpful Reviews
Great Graphics....seems stable.....really STUPID design - What idiot designed this game? The aiming goes all out of whack once you hit the fire button.....while waiting for the "sweet spot", the targets move out of the position being aimed at. What a shame that an obviously well constructed game is simply so frustrating that it is NO FUN.
More Reviews for Current Version
Poorly designed and unplayable - This game is unplayable. There doesn't seem to be a way to actually start the game. Further, the tutorial doesn't display any graphics. I would very much like my money back. I can accept purchasing a game that, after playing, I discover I don't like but I don't have the ability to make the determination because of what appears to be a badly designed program.