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  • Summary: Invisiballs is a competitive local multiplayer game for 2 to 4 players. Played on a single, top-down, shared screen, everyone controls an invisible ball inside a maze and must capture a golden artifact to win the game. Designed entirely around a new type of gameplay set in a minimalistInvisiballs is a competitive local multiplayer game for 2 to 4 players. Played on a single, top-down, shared screen, everyone controls an invisible ball inside a maze and must capture a golden artifact to win the game. Designed entirely around a new type of gameplay set in a minimalist universe, Invisiballs is simple with a deep learning curve. Nervous and precise, Invisiballs is for players who love to play competitive games with their friends. Expand
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  1. 75
    A hide and seek for the digital age, Invisiballs delivers intense moments of fun but needs four for optimum play.
  2. May 18, 2018
    50
    Invisiballs provides us with a competitive party experience that uses HD Rumble to good effect, allowing players to battle it out using only vibrations and quick thinking. The concept is a solid one, and the presentation does the job nicely, but a saddening lack of content across the game’s modes leaves us feeling rather underwhelmed. With multiple updates planned for the near future this issue could soon start to be addressed so, unless you’re entirely sold on the concept alone, we’d recommend holding off until these new features have landed.
  3. Oct 10, 2018
    50
    Invisiballs can offer the opportunity for some clever tactical gameplay, but it's one of those games which is only as good as its players can produce.
  4. May 25, 2018
    50
    Invisiballs is an interesting and unique idea unfortunately held back by a general lack of depth, variety and content. While there’s certainly nothing quite like this on Nintendo Switch at the moment, Invisiballs feels like too basic a package to keep you hooked for much longer than a few sessions. Perhaps future updates will add some interesting new features.
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  1. May 31, 2018
    8
    Invisiballs is like a board game, you all see the same thing. But it takes advantage of the Switch controller vibrations to make you feelInvisiballs is like a board game, you all see the same thing. But it takes advantage of the Switch controller vibrations to make you feel different things and create a really fun experience. The concept is original and well executed: your non-gamer friends will easily understand the rules so that everyone can enjoy playing.
    Don't expect much content; like a board game, it's not about the content but about the concept. For this price, I highly recommend it if you have friends to play with.
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