Beat Ball 2 is a Break-out / Arkanoid style game with improved graphics and sounds, advanced features and it comes with a level editor. Download and/or create levels, MediaPacks, VoicePacks and enjoy multiplayer functionality and Internet Highscores!
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: Beat Ball 2 is the long awaited sequel to the popular Break-out / Arkanoid style game Beat Ball. This time the game is packed with 108 original levels and supports virtually unlimited number of levels that you can download off the internet or create yourself in the included level editor. The game also has improved graphics, sounds, animated blocks and creatures roaming around the levels. Pickups will allow modifications to balls, paddles and game play. You can also create or new download MediaPacks adding custom graphics and sound effects to your levels, or why not create a VoicePack with your own voice making announcements during the game. Beat Ball 2 supports up to 4 players, save/resume functionality, custom music play lists for in-game music, internet global monthly and all-time scores and much much more. Download and give it a try, it is only 25mb =) Features + Advanced Break-Out style game + Play up to 4 players + Moving, falling and animated block features + Creatures affecting game play in different ways + Plenty of PickUps for modifications + High quality graphics and sound + Supports very high screen resolutions + Small download, only 15 MB + LevelSet Editor and MediaPack Editor + Downloadable LevelSets + Internet Global Highscores for All-Time and Monthly top scores + Utilizes 3D Graphics card for transparency and other effects + Includes exclusive music + Listen to any mp3 or ogg songs and .m3u playlists during gameplay + Replacable VoicePacks for alternative announcement voices + Save game and resume game functionality + 3 different levels difficulty
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