Spaceball: Revolution Image
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  • Summary: [PSP Minis] Spaceball: Revolution has cool, eye-catching 80’s retro graphics and a funky soundtrack to keep you in the winning zone. The goal is to finish the different levels of the game by copying the shapes that are shown at the back of the screen. In order to copy the shown image, energy balls thrown by the player will activate or deactivate squares of the grid upon contact. Spaceball: Revolution has been designed in a very wide range of players, adapting the gameplay accurately so you never get bored. It begins at a simple level and reaches up to 15 levels of increasing difficulty for the most competitive. Throughout the fifteen levels of the game, new obstacles appear including cubes, hoops, laser rays, asteroids, cylinders, pendulums and balls! Each obstacle has unique properties, like being static, mobile, invisible, destroyable and indestructible. The player has to remember every behaviour pattern to evade the obstacles on each throw, ensuring there is maximum time to replicate each shape! [Virtual Toys] Expand
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  1. Part of the problem is that it's nearly impossible to make any sort of properly rude image on the tiny grid. Believe me, I tried. For hours. [June 2010, p.113]