Did you enjoy pool, bowling, pinball and arcanoid? Play Trick Ball and have it all!
You strike the balls and marbles of all colors with your player's disk to match them and to remove them from the board. Great fun and action in more than 60 levels.
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:29
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Did you enjoy pool, bowling, pinball and arcanoid? Play Trick Ball and have it all!
You strike the balls and marbles of all colors with your player's disk to match them and to remove them from the board! Different levels have different physics - different tiles and backgrounds move the balls and marbles in special ways - make them speed up, slow down, explode. Each action you do costs you the points - such as move of your player's disk - or brings you the bonus points - such as destroying the ball or marble.
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