Get Your Ball On With Blobby Volleyball
The number of quality Android games has slowly been increasing and here is a new one from developers and XDA members AppsOn.
Blobby Volleyball is a great volleyball game with dynamic gameplay and friendly controls.
Features of the game include:
- Versus Mode – three levels of difficulty bots.
- Angry Mode – try to score as many points as you can with angry bot without losing a point.
- Mirror Mode – try to score as many points as you can controlling two players at the same time.
- Multiplayer – play against other people using Bluetooth (WiFi coming soon).
- Achievements integrated with OpenFeint.
- Three types of control (slide, sensor, arrows).
For more information, head on over to the application thread. Blobby Volleyball is available to download free in the Market.
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