Red Ball 4

Red Ball 4

There is one app on Google Play, called Red Ball 4 that has been making progress lately so we decided to take a look at it. What did we find – a game that is unbelievably addictive and nice!

Red Ball 4 takes you to a fantasy world of red balls that live happily and nicely until the day some villain comes along. Well, this guy decides to turn the red balls into red squares and he does it. So it is time for you to save the world once again!

Red Ball 4 is actually an arcade game where you have to take your red ball to the finish line. During the trip you will end up solving puzzles, collecting gold stars and fighting bad guys. One notable feature is that the levels are short and you won’t have to start all over anew if you fail. In addition controlling the character is also extremely easy – you have just three buttons to use. The first one will take you left, the second one will take you right, while the third button will make the red ball jump. That’s it! In addition the game offers really nice music that perfectly fits the game.

All in all Red Ball 4 is a great app. It will keep you occupied (or your kids for that matter) for a long time. The game does not have drawbacks and along with the gameplay this seems to be the reason why it is doing so well on Google Play.

You can take a look at this free Android app here on the popular Internet app store.

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