True to form, uVme have launched another, deceptively simple looking , but incredibly difficult on line ‘tea break’ game . We look at ways you can best master this game, and be ready for high ticket tournaments as they pop up…
Martian Ball is an interesting game that requires you to keep the ball in the air as long as possible by zapping it with a contraption called a bouncy. Even though the object of this game is very simple, like many of the games featured on uVme.com, it’s a game of skill that you have to develop by playing often.
To start the game off, you have to hit the ball and send it flying. You have control over how hard you want to hit the ball, so make sure you have enough force behind it so the ball will travel far before landing. Using the bouncy, your goal is to keep the ball in the air while it travels.
Staying underneath the ball at all times is one strategy that you can use to help the ball travel. The further it travels, the more points you can earn. Even though this game is timed, there is little you can do to increase the speed of the ball besides ensure that it doesn’t touch the ground.
Struggling to keep up with the ball or anticipating where it will land may backfire on you in the long run. As you play, you will notice that the ball usually lands in the same place each time. Positioning the bouncy under the ball increases your chances of hitting it when it reaches the ground.
In order to prevent the ball from landing, you have to click your mouse when the ball enters the realm of the bouncy. Always be prepared to click the mouse because you never know when the ball will fall. If you don’t click the mouse at the right time, then it may touch the ground and you will lose points.
Each time you successfully keep the ball in the air, you will receive points. The distance the ball travels also increases your points. By staying focused and ready when the ball drops from the sky, you can increase your score and advance to the next level.
The person who scores the most points will be declared the winner regardless of whether they advance to the next level or not.
As with all uVme on-line games, they look deceptively easy, but in reality are vey difficult to achieve high, tournament-beating scores. Our advice is – play for FREE before you venture out onto the Intergalactic Arena that is Martian Wars. If you don’t, you’ll be sorry.