By Lubos Kulisek
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Nukeball Bluetooth is the successor of original Nukeball game, which was featured in "What's Hot" section on the App Store in 2009.
Nukeball Bluetooth is very fast and addictive arcade game with dynamic action gameplay and awesome graphics and visual effects. Target of the game is to destroy your opponent using your shots or the nukeball. Both players are protected by a laser shield at the beginning of each match. Shield can be damaged only by the nukeball. Shoot the nukeball to change it's direction and destroy opponent's shield so he remains unprotected.
Nukeball Bluetooth game includes real-time bluetooth multiplayer mode, where both players compete each other in a real time using the bluetooth connection. Grab your friends and defeat them in the Nukeball match!
Single player mode contains three different difficulty levels and a very sophisticated scoring system. Share your score online and prove that you are the best Nukeballer ever!
* Real-time bluetooth multiplayer mode
* Three different AI levels for single player mode
* Sophisticated scoring system with online ranking
* Very fast and dynamic action gameplay
* Nice hand-drawn graphics
Bluetooth multiplayer functionality is not available on 1st generation iPhone and 1st generation iPod Touch.
NUKE THE DEVELOPER
TWO FINGERS!!!!!!!!!!! Let's See. Little Bitty Screen and why don't we make a game where it's necessary to move not one but two fingers over the playing area so we can see what's going on.
THAT SOUNDS LIKE A GREAT GAME.
Others that require you use two button controls don't have you swipe them across your vision.
How to Make This Better.
Amputate a finger. Fix the controls so no swiping across the screen.
This is slow and boring like the last guy writes. To keep the same basics but have the ball being shot possibly shoot out internal balls on multiple hits by one player as it travels to the others line. Break down the line but not all of it. Have only a small area go down so the player still has some protection. Allow the ball to travel inside the line and bounce to attack inside the line. Now the defender has a choice. To blow up parts of his defense line or have the inside bouncing ball find it's way out without getting hit by the ball or other players direct shots.
Or be able to drop back and defend that first ball through by setting up a small simple Maze Trap for that ball while a new one is released and plays like the first ball. The opponent tries to guide the ball trapped in the maze to be set free and again attack the guy with hole in his net.
Last be able to repair any hole the opponent shot open some how.
Dave Dude King.
Nukeball is a radioactive biohazard
This game is boring. The controls are impossible and there is no middle ground on the difficulty levels. Seems like accelerometer with a firing button on the bottom would have been more intuitive. There is no improvement from the previous installment as I understand from reviews of the original. I'm just glad I got this game free and didn't pay anything for this worthless piece of crap. I've played demos more exciting than this.
Great Bluetooth game