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Ball in the Hole

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Price: $1

Rating: 3.33/5 (6 votes)


Ball in the Hole is an action/puzzle game where you have to balance and control balls by tilting your device. The main aim of the game is to assist the white ball to drop into the correct black hole to clear each level.

This is the full version of the game which consists of 6 stages (10 levels each) with a total of 60 levels of gameplay. As you progress in the game during every stage, an additionally type of ball (known as 'Action Ball') will be unlocked. Your objective is to make use of the new action ball to guide and assist the white ball to reach the destination black hole to clear the level.

Every new action ball has its own ability and it is up to you on how and when to use this ability in order to solve the puzzle in each level. There will be intuitive tutorials to guide you along during every first level of the stage to let you understand how each action ball works.

This is a fun and exciting game and you will be amazed by the gorgeous graphics, rich gameplay, immersive music and the insanely addictive quality of this game.

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