Psychoballs 1.1.2 Psychoballs - THE addictive puzzle game! Sort different psychotic balls through mind-boggling pipe-systems. Discover the right strategy but don't lose your head: ONE mistake and your masterfully crafted plan goes to pieces.
Description: Fans of classical shooting games may rejoice. Absolute Blue is THE classical horizontal shoot'em up game of the new millenium. You have to fight your way through 60 sectors of 4 graphically different worlds with 3 levels each. You can improve your ship with many upgrades and power-ups to transform it into the devastating battle force necessary to confront the endless waves of heavily armored enemy fighters and creatures that will cross your path... State of the art Technically, Absolute Blue is state of the art. Experience marvelous rendered landscapes with up to 5 layers of parallax scrolling, full-screen explosions, gorgeous animations and a sophisticated particle system used for smoke, detonation and wheather effects that will stun not only die hard shooting fans but casual gamers around the globe alike. The gameplay sets new highlights You will face everything from high speed sectors, through changes in the scrolling direction to fighting the effects of gravity and wheather influencing the controls of your ship. The game is a true test for everyone's skills. How far can you go? Of course there's an adjustable difficulty as well as the obligatory on-line highscore hall of fame where the best players of the world will be able to present their achievements to everyone... until the next champion beats their score!
System Requirements: min. Pentium II, 500 MHz or better, min. 64 MB Ram, min. 100 MB free disk space, Windows 98, ME, 2000, NT oder XP,DirectX®7 or better, 3D Graphiccard with at least 32 MB Ram. We recommend a fast 3D Graphiccard and 128 MB RAM!
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