100 Ballz

100 Ballz

100 Ballz is a fresh new addition to Google Play that will surely keep you entertained for a while. The game comes for free so you can download and play it anytime and it also has simple rules that will not take a long time to understand and master.

The player gets 100 yellow balls that he/she must pass through moving bottomless glasses. If a ball successfully goes through a glass you get points and with more and more points you will reach higher and higher levels. Once you advance a bit the glasses you get will become colored too and if a ball goes through a colored glass it will get the same color the glass has; this will also bring you more points. All balls that successfully go through a glass will get back to the same ball pool they come from so if you are good at this game you can play it for a really long time. Beware; it becomes more challenging once you get more points!

As you can see 100 Ballz offers interesting gameplay but do not expect fancy graphics in this game. This of course is not a drawback as the game is innovative, fun and free.

You can find 100 Balls here on Google Play! Happy playing!

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