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VolleyBomb Brings a New Twist on Volleyball
Well, it is that time of the year once again. No, I’m not talking about the Seasonal Holidays. I’m talking about the need to find a new way to spend some quality time with your mobile device. For this purpose, it is always a good idea to stock up on games of different kinds to keep you entertained, and XDA Forum Member Leonid64 has just that for all the people who are tired of Angry Birds, Temple Run, and the like.
Volleyball games are as uncommon as they come. There exist various explosion-based games, but the actual sport of volleyball is somewhat of a fresh concept for Android. The premise of the game is simple: You need to hit the ball up to a maximum of three times before throwing it to your opponent. A point is awarded if the ball touches your opponent’s floor. Having said that, as is customary with most Android apps, this has a bit of a twist. The ball is a bomb, with a fuse, which will blow up if you do not score quickly enough. The game has nice graphics, and the game play is smooth.
The game is completely free, so please take it for a spin and get back to the dev with any and all feedback that you may have. Suggestions are always welcome.
Volley Bomb – extreme volleyball with a bomb.
The game Volley Bomb is a variation on the subject of volleyball. From volleyball it is necessary what to play the main difference not a ball, and a bomb.
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