Rolling Along With FizzBall
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Mikhailtech recently posted a review of FizzBall, a colorful arcade action title from Grubby Games. In the game Professor Fizzwizzle must save his animal friends using his FizzBall invention. Mikhailtech praised the game for its colorful cuteness and enjoyable gameplay.
From the review:
You, professor Fizzwizzle (the hero from the first Grubby Games game, a mix of Einstein and Edison), discover that all people are gone from the islands. Now all the animals are starving, leaving only you to rescue them with your latest invention: the fizzball. Which brings us back to Breakout: Head over to the site below to read the rest of the review and check out a few screenshots.
Mikhailtech: FizzBall Review
With all the advantages of modern PC's. Bricks are replaced with animals, crates, pieces of fruit and indestructibles such as trees and rocks. The paddle is a railway car powered by rocket engines, and the ball is, well, a fizzball. It starts out small, so it can only absorb small things like apples and butterflies. But this also increases its size so you can break down crates and fences. As size of the ball increases it can absorb the larger animals such as sheep, pigs and panda bears .
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