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Free Balling 


I knew nothing about Free Balling. All I knew was Family Friendly Gaming was given multiple copies of Free Balling on the Wii U. We used one of the codes, and gave the others away on Facebook, and Twitter. Hope you were out there and got one of the codes. If not, it is a good reason to like and follow Family Friendly Gaming on Facebook and Twitter. Want to see what I look like? Then check out our Youtube channel.

The music in Free Balling is really frosty. I liked hearing it while I tried to figure out what to do in Free Balling. To me Free Balling is a physics sand box game. We draw lines and launch balls out of a start location. Then we hit the flag and watch the balls come out and go along whatever we created. It took me a few tries to even understand what I was supposed to do in Free Balling.

On the Nintendo page Free Balling is called a sandbox drawing game. This is a good accurate description of Free Balling. The more I played this digital downloadable only home console video game the more I understood it was about my creativity. I loved finding ways of creating infinite loops in Free Balling. What I mean by that is I could keep the balls going forever. They never fell off the screen.

The backgrounds in Free Balling look nice. The drawn lines look like kindergarten drawings to me. Maybe that was the art style Skunk Software was going for. We can draw in red and blue. So I guess the crips and the bloods are going to really like Free Balling on the Wii U. I am joking about that. Please do not freak out over a little joke. In this day and age some people get so freaked out over little jokes.

I enjoyed my time with Free Balling. The level of enjoyment of Free Balling depends on how creative you are. We have multiple people throwing out ideas here at Family Friendly Gaming. It was a fun cooperative experience. As I write this review Free Balling is selling for $9.99. I did notice that some members of Family Friendly Gaming were turned off by Free Balling because there was no direction on what to do.
- Teen Gamer


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Wii U
Publisher: Skunk Software
Developer: Skunk Software
Rating: '
E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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