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The App Army grab life by the paddles for Super Hyper Ball 2, a hybrid mash-up of Pinball, Breakout, and Pong.
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First impressions are a hectic game which cleverly combines the mechanics from Breakout and Pinball into one delightful package. There are plenty of power-ups and enemies that offer a decent challenge and vary gameplay.
There is plenty to do with various game modes and special balls to unlock. That's not all, there are also specific missions to do as well, leaving you with hours of fun.
Fun little pinball game with different game modes to keep you entertained for a while. The graphics are crisp and the controls are user-friendly making the experience enjoyable.
The only downside to it is the music, but that can be turned off. Overall, it's a great effort, just wish the music was better.
As a big fan of brick breakers and pinball games, I was incredibly disappointed in this. Just pick one or the other, because both are annoying and hard to play.
I want to commend the developer for trying something new but it's not a match made in heaven.
I'm a big fan of Arkanoid type games and pinball, so I knew I was going to like this. It starts off slow and they ease you into the different types of balls with different weights and speeds. This is a good mix of genres and they work well together.
Graphics and animations are good, the power ups and downs keep gameplay interesting. However, it's not all positive as the paddles feel a bit slow to respond but overall a really enjoyable mash-up.
I didn't know what to expect, but I was pleasantly surprised. The game eases you in nice and slowly and then brings in a good challenge. The graphics are bright and bold and the music isn't too bad.
The controls were difficult to use on my iPad but worked fine on my iPhone. I would recommend this and have no plans to stop playing.Tony Teulan
Nice revamp of a crowded genre with solid crisp controls, many things to do and balls to unlock. The power-ups and handicaps keep things unpredictable.
I'm not overly impressed with the pinball features but I could come to play this regularly.The App Army is Pocket Gamer's very own community of mobile game experts. Each week, we provide them with a bunch of free codes and early access to the hottest upcoming games so they can provide their thoughts in features like this. To join, simply follow this link to the page on Facebook and request access. We'll get you in right away!