Ball Tower

Ball Tower

Ball Tower is one of those simple arcade games that can make you mad in a matter of seconds? Why, you ask? Well, the gameplay is tough.

The idea behind this app is to navigate a ball that is going down. Of course all this takes place in a virtual universe so there’s more space going downwards than you can ever imagine. The ball slides onto tiles so when you reach a turn you have to press a tile to make the ball turn. Each tile covered gives you a point but if you fail in navigating the ball it falls down into the endless space and the game ends. The toughness of the gameplay comes from the fact that you must be very quick and accurate if you want to make it. If you are not all the games that you will play will end in a matter of seconds and this will make you nuts. As a side note the game can connect to the Internet so that you can play with other people across the globe. In addition to this Ball Tower comes with 3D visuals that definitely add value to the game.

Ball Tower is a fun game but you must have the nerves to overcome all the failures that you will experience. This being said the game is not for people who get mad really quickly – if you are one of them then keep on looking for another game that will help you spend all the time that you have.

Ball Tower is here on Google Play.

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