Basketball Battle

Basketball Battle

Basketball Battle is a great game for all basketball fans. Here you will have to defeat your opponent and become a champion – if you can!

The game features dynamic gameplay and tons of fun. You will play 1-vs-1 and the rules in the game are the same as in real basketball – dribble, shoot, score and win. You can do this with two fingers only – your left finger controls your player and moves him left and right, while your right finger makes the player jump and shoot. You have an energy bar as well so don’t run around like crazy or you will get tired too quickly. When you have to defend you can take the ball from your opponent or jump to prevent the ball from reaching your basket. This is it and we can tell you that the app is dynamic and fun!

Basketball Battle comes with 2D visuals only but they are very nicely drawn so we do not miss the often overrated 3D graphics. In addition the app comes with nice sound effects so all is good here.

Basketball Battle is a game that all basketball fans should have! The app is fun, dynamic and free and there’s nothing wrong with it so just get it and have fun!

Basketball Battle is here on Google Play.

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