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November 13, in the yeaer of our Lord 2017 -- Imagine Pong with 500 balls! You can rotate your bat giving you fine control over which way every ball bounces. There are different power-ups to collect including: Invisiball, Inversion and of course IMPOSSIBALL. Up to four players can play locally in three different game modes: IMPOSSIBALL, DODGEBALL and LONEBALL.

The game is being developed by Dark Duo Games and was released on steam on August 8th, 2017 for the regular price of $1.99. IMPOSSIBALL is a re-imagining of Atari's "Pong" with three different game modes that can be played in singles (1-2 players) or doubles (1-4 players). The game modes are: IMPOSSIBALL, DODGEBALL and LONEBALL.

IMPOSSIBALL is like Pong but with 500 balls instead of one. There are 10 different Power-Ups to collect (or avoid):

• Bigger - Increases your ship's size
• Fast Balls - Increases the speed of all balls
• Impossiball - Randomises the direction of the balls
• Inversion - Reverse's your opponent's controls
• Invisiball - All balls are invisible
• Magnet - Balls are attracted to your ship
• Shield - Your goal is protected
• Slow Down - Reduces your opponent's speed
• Smaller - Reduces the size of your opponent's ship
• Stop - Pauses the movement of all balls

(All power-ups are temporary except for Fast Balls.)

DODGEBALL
requires you to avoid getting hit by the orange balls as they get bigger and faster. The affect of some Power-Ups is slightly different in this game-mode, for example: BIGGER makes your opponent's ship bigger while SMALLER makes your ship smaller!

LONEBALL
LONEBALL is our love-letter to Atari's original game featuring one, lone ball drenched in a neon glow and all set to a chip-tune soundtrack!

All game-modes can be played in single player, or with 2 to 4 players as co-op or versus - using any combination of mouse, keyboard and up to four controllers.

No word on a physical copy of this game on this system at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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