Ball Fall is a free online arcade game where you will be able to show how good you can control a falling ball. The ball is falling until it hits the ground. But the ground is moving towards the ceiling.
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Description: Ball Fall is a free online arcade game where you will be able to show how good you can control a falling ball. The ball is falling until it hits the ground. But the ground is moving towards the ceiling so you better find a hole in the ground to get on a bottom level. With each level the game gets faster and faster. Your fingers will sore and your nerves will suffer. But hey, free online arcade games are all about some tough action so stop bitching and play it now. It is free.
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