Posted by : Regina HilaryWednesday, April 13, 2016
Crazy Ball is an awesome fun and intense, reactions-based skill game for one and two players that combines hectic action, basketball, pinball, accuracy and defense in a wacky and colorful street sports mash-up! Here, you play against a computer opponent or a best friend / family member in a fast-paced, ball guiding challenge where you control a blob-like jumping character who must force a ricocheting pink ball into your opponent’s basketball-style chute. Crazy Ball sure is addicting fun!
Age of War 2 : A Flash-based 1 and 2 player skill game for notebook, laptop and desktop PC / Mac (with certain browsers). In ‘One Player Mode’ you play against a computer-controlled opponent in Easy, Medium or Hard difficulty levels. In ‘Two Player Mode’, you play against a best friend or family member. All matches are 4 minutes long, and your job is to score more baskets than your opponent.
In One Player Mode, control your orange ghost character with the Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard. You must try to force the bouncy pink ball into your opponent’s chute / basket on the right hand side of the play area. Naturally, your computer opponent is trying to score into your chute on the left hand side of the game screen. In Two Player mode, the player defending the left hand chute uses the Arrow Keys while the player defending the right hand chute uses the WASD Keys.
Slither.io , reactions-based game: If you’re a fan of eccentric versions of classic game and sporting concepts, this should be right up your street. Featuring Pacman-style ghost characters as makeshift basketball stars, you are transported into a weird and wonderful world of fast-paced, rebounding and defense action where it’s almost impossible to predict where the ball will bounce next! Also, if you fancy a really competitive game against a friend or family member – try the cool 2 Player mode!
Strategy to win: Very good reaction skills, finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination are essential to your chances of success here. Figuring out the pattern of the bouncing ball in the confined play area is tricky, but good focus and concentration should help you to get used to the controls and wild ricocheting ball movement pretty quickly. Great discipline, determination and patience are required – Each match-up is 4 minutes long, so there’s plenty of time to overturn a deficit on the scoreboard.