The year 2045. A new Olympic game was introduced. The "Ball Shootout". This discipline was highly controversial because it is not without danger. In fact, there was probably a slight injuries, angry not to have managed level 8, he tossed his iPad out of the (unfortunately closed) window and was hit by flying shrapnels. However, the balls in this game only look like balls, but they are not. In fact, they are actually small bombs, fire-balls, fireworks, Electro-balls, time machines, strange balloons inflate themselves and many, many more .... Read more on www.pixelhof.com

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1 comment by pixelhof on Apr 14th, 2013


Check the HD Version on Youtube. Like it if you like it.

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pixelhof May 23 2013, 5:42am says:

Скоро! Новая игра Balls under Fire!

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Twitch-A-Twitch!
Twitch-A-Twitch! Apr 8 2013, 7:34pm says:

I don't really get the description. You say that the game is dangerous and you give an example of some guy throwing their iPad out a window, so I'm guessing that's supposed to be a joke, but then in the very next sentence you're suddenly talking about the game itself and that the balls are really bombs and stuff. So are those supposed to be dangerous to the player too or is that just like a non-sequitur? And we're still using the iPad in 2045?

Maybe I'm over analyzing your backstory a bit. It's just an excuse to shoot ballz I guess.

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pixelhof
pixelhof Apr 10 2013, 2:25pm replied:

Hi Twitch-A-Twitch
You are right, we are mixing reality and game. This seems to be sometimes the drawback being a game designer.

I don't know if we still have iPads in 2045, but this guy kept his iPad because Balls under Fire was still running on this device.

So, I guess your next question:
Why he only managed 8 levels from 2013 until 2045? The answer is: we really don't know. Seems this guy is not very clever. We have discussed this in our team and the conclusion is, it should be feasible to manage all 30 levels in 32 years. (this was supposed to be joke).

Seriously, You want to know more about the game, we think some videos explain more than 1000 words and we are working hard on the game videos.

We really appreciate your comments. You will get a copy for free and we hope you will write a review.

The Pixelhof Team

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Twitch-A-Twitch!
Twitch-A-Twitch! Apr 10 2013, 11:31pm replied:

Haha, wow that's very generous of you. I don't know if I could accept that, I think I'll end up throwing some money at your team anyway. I'll definitely write a review for you though!

Your artwork is looking great by the way, can't wait to play the game!

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BadXFox
BadXFox Apr 7 2013, 3:46pm says:

Heh...Balls under Fire....

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Lemoncreme
Lemoncreme Apr 1 2013, 1:52pm says:

Oooo.

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