UltraBall
UltraBall
1.0

4.5

UltraBall free download for Mac

UltraBall1.0

17 March 2011

Fun break-out game.

Overview

Break out of the ordinary with UltraBall! The fun of a break-out game with all the action and excitement of classic pinball. Bounce off bumpers, rotate spinners, and earn multi-balls, while breaking every block in sight. Collect power-ups and rack up the high score in this addictive arcade thriller.

The ultimate arcade experience includes a wide array of block types including: Armored, Unbreakable and Switchable Blocks. Set against vibrant backgrounds, score big with combos and multiplier bonuses while busting the blocks on each level.

  • 3 Block shapes: Rectangular, Triangular and Hexagonal
  • Huge variety of power-ups
  • Pinball fun: Bumpers, Rollovers, Spinners, Warps, Ball-Locks & Switches

Note: The downloadable file is an installer that will install a game when opened.

What's new in UltraBall

Version 1.0:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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How would you rate UltraBall app?

2 Reviews of UltraBall

5
Mr-Blunt
17 March 2011
Version: 1.0

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Thank you for not making this a Crap Store only release. It is good to see we can choose a universal binary edition too. I enjoyed the game. It reminded me of Arkanoid with pinball objects adding a random twist to it. Good job!
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4
alas!
21 March 2011
Version: 1.0
A fun, fast paced arcade style game. My one criticism is that its point tally function is dog slow...it really detracts from the overall playing experience, at least it does for me. A well executed arcade game(which UltraBall is) should compute points in just a second or two. Still, at only $5 UltraBall is a bargain for such a well constructed game. And two thumbs up to the developer for keeping the game out of the MacCrapStore, yeah!
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Mr-Blunt
17 March 2011
Version: 1.0
Thank you for not making this a Crap Store only release. It is good to see we can choose a universal binary edition too. I enjoyed the game. It reminded me of Arkanoid with pinball objects adding a random twist to it. Good job!
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