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Incrazyball

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Micro Application
Developer: Lexis Numérique

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'Incrazyball' Announced

by Rainier on May 17, 2005 @ 3:08 a.m. PDT

Incrazyball is a sort of Marble Madness in 3D, where you guide a ball through crazy tracks, much like Super Monkey Ball. Multiplayer and an editor will be included in the game so you can design your own tracks and share them with the rest of the community.

Solo & Multiplayer modes

In addition to its very easy rules and controls, InCrazyBall enables a rarely-seenbefore depth of gameplay thanks to its very powerful level editor. By collecting construction blocks in solo mode, you can create your own maps but you can also define your own rules: basketball, flipper, American football or whatever you want. Your imagination is your only limit.

Lexis Numérique, in partnership with Micro Application, who is publishing the game in France, will also shortly announce the launch of a worldwide dedicated community site that will host competitions on a regular base. This site will also enable community members to download official new maps and blocks and exchange their original maps and circuits.

Rolling at extreme speed won’t be enough. To survive and defeat your enemies, you will need to use all your weapons.

Within a team or against all others, shoot missiles at your enemies, transform them into ice cubes, leave mines behind you or select one of the many other weapons you may have: shock wave, shrinking or enlarging missiles and many other surprises. You may also run into your enemies and try to cause them severe damage or push them out of the tracks.

InCrazyBall is scheduled for fall 2005 release.

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